This companion to the bestselling Introduction to Health and Safety at Work will help you prepare for the written assessments on the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (2019 specification).
It provides complete coverage of the syllabus in bite-sized chunks and will help you learn and memorise the most important areas, with links provided back to the main Introduction to Health and Safety at Work text to help you consolidate your learning.
● Small and portable, making it ideal for use anywhere: at home, in the classroom or on the move
● Includes specimen questions and answers based on recent examination papers
● Everything you need for productive revision in one handy reference source
This revision guide is written by an experienced lecturer and former Vice Chairman of NEBOSH, who has spent many years helping students become accredited by NEBOSH.
Table of Contents
Unit NGC1 Management of Health and Safety 1.1 The moral, financial and legal reasons for health and safety management 1.2 Health and safety management systems and policy 1.3 Health and safety management of people and processes 1.4 Health and safety management of risk and controls 1.5 Health and safety monitoring and measurement Unit NGC2 Risk assessment 2.1 Physical and Psychological Health Hazards and Risk Control 2.2 Musculoskeletal health 2.3 Chemical and biological agents 2.4 General workplace issues 2.5 Work equipment 2.6 Fire 2.7 Electricity Useful Additional Construction Topics Specimen Answers to NEBOSH Examination Questions
Ed Ferrett is former Vice Chairman of NEBOSH (1999–2008) and a lecturer on NEBOSH courses with both public and private course providers. He is a Chartered Engineer, an external examiner for two universities and a Health and Safety Consultant.