InternationalNebosh IG training Course in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi, Peshawar, Lahoreand Pakistan
A Brief on NEBOSH Course
The courses under The National Examination Board inOccupation Safety and Health (NEBOSH) are targeted at varied individualsbelonging to different industrial surroundings. In India, NEBOSH certificationhas become much popular, and almost all industries are preferring theirpersonnel to have NEBOSH qualifications to manage workplace hazards and relatedhealth risks. Choosing a NEBOSH requires one to understand how the chosencourse could benefit and add value to the person; moreover, the industry ofinterest should be kept in mind while picking a course as this could beutilized on the professional front.
The first NEBOSH Associate leveland Member level examinations took place in June 1980. Candidates sat fivepapers; Law; Behavioral Science; Techniques of Safety Management; OccupationalHealth & Hygiene and General Science.
By October 1981 membership of theNEBOSH board had grown and included representatives from IOSH, UK governmentdepartments, various teaching establishments. Recognition of NEBOSHqualifications also began to grow around this time. In June 1982, 140 peopleregistered for their NEBOSH Ordinary level certificate and 84 for the Higherlevel certificate. By 1986, NEBOSH had increased the number of annualexamination sessions from two to three.
In February 1987 NEBOSHintroduced a new qualification structure, which included a certificate and adiploma. In 1988 the diploma level qualification was changed to feature four3-hour exams and completion of a case study. Candidates scoring over 75%achieved a distinction.
In the early 1990s, NEBOSH beganto formally separate itself from IOSH. In March 1992, NEBOSH incorporated as alimited company with Companies House. In April 1992, NEBOSH registered as acharity with the Charity Commission and appointed its first chiefexecutive, Martin Shuttle worth, two months later.
In December 1992 the NEBOSHSpecialist Environmental Diploma was launched, followed shortly by the NEBOSHConstruction Certificate. In June 1997 NEBOSH introduced a "creditmark" to demonstrate a high score in an exam – sitting just below a"distinction." The two-part diploma was introduced in June 1998.
NEBOSH Course Details:
NEBOSH stands for The NationalExamination Board in Occupational Safety and Health. NEBOSH is an independentexamination board based out of the UK, delivering vocational qualificationsaround the globe in the field of health, safety, and environmental practice andmanagement. The National Examination Board in Occupation Safety and Health wasfounded in the year 1979. It has received ‘charitable status’ and offers a widerange of qualifications of various levels; introductory to professional. NEBOSHattracts over 50,000 candidates annually and is offered by over 600-courseproviders based in 40 countries worldwide. In 2014/15, nearly 180,000 NEBOSHtook assessments in 132 countries. NEBOSH qualifications are recognized by importantmembership bodies including the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health(CIEH), Institution of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA),International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM), and Institutionof Occupational Safety and Health.
What kinds of people take the NEBOSH International GeneralCertificate?
Managers, supervisors and employees throughout the worldtake the NEBOSH International General Certificate because it gives them theskills and know-how to fulfill their health and safety responsibilities in anycountry and in any kind of organization.
The NEBOSH International General Certificate is alsosuitable for those embarking on a career in health and safety.
Graduates from any branch with some working some working experienceis desirable. From our records candidates from the following braches took thiscertification and working in various organizations in Pakistan and abroad.
International General Certificate Course – Syllabus 2020
IG 1: Management of International Health and Safety
Element 1: Why we should manage workplace health andsafety
Element 2: How health and safety management systemswork and what they look like
Element 3: Managing risk – understanding people andprocesses
Element 4: Health and safety monitoring and measuring
IG 2: Practical Assessment – Risk Assessment
Element 5: Physical and psychological health
Element 6: Musculoskeletal health
Element 7: Chemical and biological agents
Element 8: General workplace issues
Element 9: Work equipment
Element 10: Fire
Element 11: Electricity