The NEBOSH International Diploma is the qualification to aspire to if you are seeking a successful long-term career in health and safety. You will also become recognised as a professional in your field anywhere in the world. The NEBOSH International Diploma builds on the content covered in the NEBOSH International General Certificate.
On completion of each unit, delegates should be able to demonstrate their understanding of the domain knowledge covered through:
1. The application of knowledge to familiar and unfamiliar situations; and
2. The critical analysis and evaluation of information presented in both quantitative and qualitative forms
N.B. Each element will have additional specific learning outcomes.
Unit IA: Managing Health and Safety
IA1: Principles of health and safety management
IA2: Regulating health and safety
IA3: Loss causation and incident investigation
IA4: Measuring and reviewing health and safety performance
IA5: The assessment and evaluation of risk
IA6: Risk Control
IA7: Organisational factors
IA8: Human factors
IA9: The role of the health and safety practitioner
Unit IB: Hazardous Substances/ Agents
IB1: Managing occupational health
IB2: Identification, assessment and evaluation of hazardous substances
IB3: The control of hazardous substances
IB4: The monitoring and measuring of hazardous substances
IB5: Biological agents
IB6: Noise and vibration
IB8: Mental ill-health and dealing with violence and aggression at work
IB9: Musculoskeletal risks and controls
IB10: Work environment risks and controls
Unit IC: Workplace and Work Equipment Safety
IC1: Workplace welfare requirements and specific workplace issues
IC2: Fire and explosion
IC3: Workplace fire risk assessment
IC4: The storage, handling and processing of dangerous substances
IC5: Work equipment
IC6: Workplace machinery
IC7: Mobile, lifting, access and work at height equipment
IC8: Electrical safety
IC9: Construction and works of a temporary nature – hazards and controls
IC10: Workplace transport and managing work-related road risk
Unit DNI: Application of Health and Safety In the Workplace
Unit DNI consists of a written assignment set by NEBOSH (designed to demonstrate the application of the knowledge you have gained through units one to three of the course) and is approximately 8,000 words in length. Submission dates for Diploma assignments are in February, May, August and November each year.
Who Should Attend?
The NEBOSH International Diploma is the qualification for aspiring health and safety professionals building directly upon the foundation of knowledge provided by the NEBOSH International General Certificate. It is designed to provide students with the expertise – wherever in the world they may be working – required to undertake a career as a safety and health practitioner.
The NEBOSH International Diploma is split into 4 units which are assessed individually
The classroom course is 6 weeks long – 3 units of 10 days each
There are 3 half day exams
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