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Editable PowerPoint Slides for Lecturers. By Phil Hughes MBE and Ed Ferrett. Introduction. Health & Safety Overview. Introduction to International Health and Safety at Work is basically designed to:. 1. cover the syllabus of the NEBOSH International General certificate in - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Editable PowerPoint Slides for Lecturers</p> <p> By Phil Hughes MBE and Ed Ferrett1</p> <p>Health &amp; Safety Overview</p> <p>Introduction2</p> <p>Introduction to International Health and Safety at Work is basically designed to:</p> <p> 1. cover the syllabus of the NEBOSH International General certificate in Occupational Health and Safety and other level 3 OSH awards</p> <p> 2. go beyond the NEBOSH syllabus in covering occupational road risks</p> <p> 3. provide a good basis in OSH for students who wish to progress to the NEBOSH Diploma or a University first or second degree</p> <p> 4. provide a text which more than covers the IOSH Managing Safely syllabus or other similar awards</p> <p> 5. show the reader how some major OSH frameworks cover the subject including the USA, Europe and the UK</p> <p> 6. give summaries of national OSH legislation from 21 countries particularly where there are the most candidates for the IGC courses</p> <p> 7. help students study, revise and sit the examinations</p> <p> 8. provide guidance to students who carry out the practical assessment</p> <p> 9. provide guidance for searching the internet and supplying a range of significant web sites</p> <p>10. provide a good updated reference text for managers with OSH responsibilities and OSH practitioners in industry and commerce3</p> <p>Health &amp; Safety overview and link to NEBOSH IGC syllabus</p> <p>4</p> <p>How to use this bookand what it does</p> <p>5</p> <p>How to use this bookand what it does</p> <p>6</p> <p>How to use this bookand what it does</p> <p>7</p> <p>How to use this bookand what it does8</p> <p>Health &amp; Safety Foundations</p> <p>Chapter19</p> <p>Chapter1After studying this chapter you should be able to:</p> <p>1. Outline the scope and nature of occupational health and safety2. Explain briefly the moral, social and economic reasons for maintaining and promoting good standards of health and safety in the workplace3. Outline the role of national governments and international bodies in formulating a framework for the regulation of health and safety4. Identify the nature and key sources of health and safety information5. Outline the key elements of a health and safety management system10</p> <p>Table 1.1 Numbers of global work-related adverse events</p> <p>11</p> <p>Table 1.2 Estimates of work related occupational accidents and diseases for several countries in 2001 </p> <p>12</p> <p>Table 1.3 Distribution of fatal occupational Injuries and incidence rates around the world (2001)</p> <p>13</p> <p>Table 1.4 Global estimates of work-related fatalities caused by occupational accidents and diseases for 2001</p> <p>14</p> <p>Table 1.5 Causes of global work-related fatalities</p> <p>15</p> <p>Figure 1.2 Economic reasons for goodhealth and safety managementIn 2000 the costs of occupational accidents in the EU was 55 billion ILO in 2000: annual deaths in EU 120,000 from work related disease &amp; 6000 from work related accidents... Prevention is paying not only in human terms but also in better performance by businesses and national economic strength. Together we can make sure that decent work is safe work....</p> <p>(Thaksin Shinawatra, former Prime Minister of Thailand)16</p> <p>Figure 1.3 Insured and uninsured costs17</p> <p>Figure 1. 4 Diagramatic view of reasonably practicableLevels of Duty</p> <p> Absolute</p> <p> Practicable</p> <p> Reasonably practicable18</p> <p>Worker rights and responsibilities</p> <p>Worker rights: 1998 ILO </p> <p>Declaration of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work</p> <p>1. Freedom of Association2. Forced labour3. Discrimination4. Child labour Responsibilities</p> <p>a) Take reasonable careb) Comply with instructionsc) Use safety devicesd) Report hazardse) Report accidents or injury to health 19</p> <p>Figure 1.6 Typical health and safety legal framework20</p> <p>Figure 1.8 Good Standards Prevent harm and save money</p> <p>21</p> <p>Table 1.6 Essential elements of any national occupational health and safety management system* Relevant occupational health and safety legislation * One or more authorities responsible for occupational health and safety * Regulatory compliance mechanisms, including systems of inspection* A national advisory body to advise on occupational health and safety issues* A national occupational health and safety information and advisory service* National occupational health services* An organization for the collection and analysis of data on occupational injuries and diseases * Provision of relevant insurance or social security schemes covering occupational injuries and diseases * Research budgets for occupational health and safety topics * Formal systems for the provision of occupational health and safety training</p> <p>22</p> <p>Figure 1.9 Key elements of HSG 6523</p> <p>Figure 1.10 Key elements of OHSAS 1800124</p> <p>Figure 1.11 Key elements of ILO-OSH 200125</p>


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