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HSL Training in Glasgow

We are now offering a range of our training courses in Glasgow, a list of courses currently planned is shown below. We can also offer in house training for your company so please contact us if you have an individual or bespoke training need. For further information call us on +44 (0)1298 218806 or email training@hsl.gsi.gov.uk

Behaviour Change - Improving Health and Safety Performance

This course, delivered by HSL psychologists, will provide you with an understanding as to why workers take risks, covering the many factors that influence behaviour. It will also highlight the strengths and weaknesses of traditional behaviour modification strategies for correcting 'unsafe' behaviour, highlighting why such approaches may have limited impact.  The course builds on behaviour modification approaches, adopting a five step, holistic approach to behaviour change and concludes with strategies to help reduce the likelihood of risk taking behaviour.

Human Factors in Accident and Incident Investigation

As many as 90% of accidents involve human factors causes. This course is designed to give you an impartial and pragmatic understanding of some of the techniques available for investigating human factors issues. Effective investigation of the human factors within accidents and incidents is essential when wanting to improve performance, personal safety, management systems and loss control. You will be given the tools to find ways of having effective accident investigation within your organisation.

COSHH - Practical Assessment and Control

This two day course gives detailed and practical training on carrying out COSHH assessments and, crucially, putting the assessment into practice to control substances hazardous to health.
Many people tasked with COSHH assessments are unsure what is required or where to get information.  Once the initial assessment is complete, they are often uncertain on how to approach control, and how to judge when control is adequate.  This course aims to give that knowledge and those skills.

If not stated above venues are to be announced.

For further details, costs and booking please click on the link to the course page above.

 

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