Course of the Month: Supervising Safety in Extractives & Processing Industries
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A supervisor is first and foremost an overseer whose primary responsibility is to ensure that assigned production is completed by a group of employees, whilst maintaining acceptable levels of quality, cost and safety.
If you’re a supervisor and you fail to take action or delay in taking action when something isn’t quite in order, not only are you condoning the unsafe activity, but you’re also encouraging it.
To be a successful safety supervisor, you must be clear about the role that you play by being a leader in regards to safety. It is essential that you are aware of the legal framework in which safety operates.
Remember, a supervisor can assign responsibility, but can’t give away accountability… the supervisor is ultimately accountable.
However, the role of a supervisor is far too complex to be summed up in a few sentences!
If you’re still reading this, there is a likelihood that this course may apply or you, either that or you’re just passing the time at work…
Either way, MP Skills is here to bring a thought-provoking course to the table!
Forget the turkey, MP Skills is offering a course to provide you with an increased awareness of general health and safety management, whilst building your confidence to communicate effectively with others on safety issues.
Gone are the days of ‘death by PowerPoint’, and in are the days of interactive training, including multiple opportunities for networking with individuals within the same industry. Now, this does sound like one cracker of a course!
This course would be suitable for operatives, supervisors and managers, and individuals with a need to understand how accidents are caused and how they can be prevented. The course would be highly beneficial to those who need working knowledge of relevant legislation, including the Quarry Regulations 1999.
Based in a training room, your Christmas has certainly come early, as the day is packed with a number of interactive activities, combined with a number of blended learning techniques. It tackles a number of core communication skills which will help an individual become more confident and effective in the workplace.
Our courses aim to tackle safety training in a new and innovative style, finished with a multiple-choice assessment. Successful completion of the course leads to an MP Skills Certificate of Achievement.
So scrap the generic presents, and get yourself or an employee the gift of becoming more competent in a supervisor role, by clicking here to view public dates for this course.
To find out more about this or any of our courses, simply give MP Skills a call on 0115 983 57 55.