The goal of health and safety officer training is to produce graduates who know how to keep people safe in the workplace.
Occupational health and safety officers are responsible for inspecting work sites and making sure regulations are followed.
They help develop health and safety procedures, deliver training, and follow up on claims and complaints.
A good training program will prepare you to handle all of those challenges.
But what can you expect in class? What will you actually learn?
In this post, we detail the top 5 core skills covered in a quality health and safety officer training program.