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National Certificate: Occupational health, safety and environment.

National Qualifications Fremework Level 2

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Course Detail

This Qualification is to equip learners working in any type of workplace with a broad
understanding and knowledge of Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental
(HSE) concepts and practices with sufficient detail to enable them to function in a
safe and healthy way and to deal with health and safety problems and issues. It will
also contribute to the further development of learners within this environment by
providing articulation, recognition and mobility within this dynamic and changing

Dr Raymond Le Fleur

Raymond Le Fleur

BTech Fire Technology (Cum Laude)

Course Content

11 sections • 28 lecture • 19h 33m total length

In this Learning Guide, you will cover the content and skills you need to master the following learning outcomes:

  1. Use and analyse computational tools and strategies, and make estimates and approximations
  2. Demonstrate understanding of numbers and relationships among numbers and number systems, and represent numbers in different ways. 

The following learning outcomes are covered in this learning programme:

  1. Identifying hazards
  2. Evaluating hazards
  3. Controlling hazards
  4. Explaining and using relevant legislation and regulations
  5. Gathering and organising occupational health, safety and environmental information from the workplace
  6. Carrying out occupational health and safety training 

The following learning outcomes are covered in this module. At the end of this module, the learner will be able to:

  1. Explain the framework of health, safety and environmental legislation at the workplace. 
  2. Explain the requirements of health, safety and environmental policies, procedures and codes of practice. 
  3. Summarize the Health and safety Act
  4. Explain the health and safety duties of workers
  5. Explain the rights of the workers
  6. Explain the health and safety duties of employers

The following learning outcomes are covered in this module:

1. Explaining the principles of advanced first aid in emergencies.
2. Demonstrating an advanced level of preparedness to deal with sudden illness or emergency.
3. Assessing and managing an emergency scene/disaster.
4. Describing the anatomy and explaining the physiology of the human body systems in terms of injury or sudden illness.
5. Applying primary first aid for all age groups according to accepted current first aid protocols.
6. Explaining and managing shock.

The learner is expected to:

1. Explaining the safety, health and environmental requirements applicable in a specific workplace.
2. Monitoring workplace compliance to safety, health and environmental requirements against specified requirements.
3. Evaluating performance of workplace safety activities required by safety, health and environmental management programmes.
4. Remedying workplace non-compliance to and non-performance of safety, health and environmental requirements and programmes.

Module outcomes:

  1. Define community
  2. Describe elements that form a community
  3. List faculties found in communities
  4. Define health
  5. Describe a healthy community
  6. Define personal hygiene
  7. Define primary health care
  8. Discus the alma ata declaration
  9. Identify the health needs of a community
  10. Differentiate between the curative, preventative, promotive, developmental and rehabilitative health
  11. Explain how germs are spread
  12. Explain how to keep our bodies clean
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