With an ever-evolving focus on safety, sustainability and worker welfare, organisations are now more under pressure to integrate service providers under the umbrella of their operations. As collective reporting of company health, safety and Environmental (HSE) performances is becoming expected throughout the industry, organizations often struggle to find the right balance between strict supervision or establishing a collective safety culture when it comes to service provider.
For those involved with the contracting elements of HSE, the IOSH Certified Contractor HSE Management course prepares the individual for every element of the process and fully equips them with the tools and knowhow to introduce the necessary expertise within their respective organisations.
This course can be delivered face-to-face or remotely – please contact us to discuss at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Who Should Attend?
This course is tailored to personnel with responsibilities to manage contractor HSE requirements within any stage of contract development, award or operations. The following groups would benefit the most:
- Health, Safety and Environmental Professionals (All Levels)
- Contract Specialists / Managers
- Project Specialists / Managers
- General and Operational Managers / Supervisors
- Quality Control Specialists / Managers and Auditors
- Planning and Operational Excellence professionals.
The IOSH Certified Contractor HSE Management course is made up of the following 6 main sessions:
- Session One: Introduction, cultural considerations and global best practices
- Session Two: Planning for HSE before Initiating a contract
- Session Three: HSE requirements when selecting a contractor
- Session Four: Managing HSE performance after contract award
- Session Five: Monitoring and Reviewing performance
- Session Six: Ensuring Excellence in Contractor HSE – Integration and Setting Achievable KPI’s
At the end of the course the delegates should be able to demonstrate:
- An understanding of the type of work cultures and how contractor HSE practices must be tailored to suit
- Health, safety and environmental requirements when writing contracts and developing tenders, as well as selecting and evaluating contractors
- Health and safety requirements in the process of planning, choosing a contractor, work on site and reviewing the work
- Basic HSE Requirements when monitoring contractor performance at a facility
- Ability to set Contractor HSE Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s), Reporting and Auditing requirements.
The IOSH Contractor HSE Managment certificate does not have an expiry date although IOSH recommends that candidates undergo a refresher course every three year.
What You Need
Delegates must have a strong command of the English language and have prior knowledge of basic health, safety and environmental practices at the workplace.