Diploma Unit A Revision Guide (2015 Specification)

  • NEBOSH

This Essential Revision Guide provides a concise overview of the NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety – Unit A Managing Health and Safety.

Designed as an accompaniment to our full textbook, this guide provides key points from the NEBOSH National Diploma 2015 syllabus in a concise format. The guide provides a great way to revise and confirm understanding in a handheld, easily portable format.

  • A summary of the learning outcomes is given for each element.
  • Important diagrams are included throughout.
  • There is a final section to advise on the preparation for the examination which includes guidance related to the NEBOSH command words, exam technique and a useful revision checklist.

Using other textbooks or studying with a different course provider? These revision guides will still be a great tool as they follow the NEBOSH syllabus.

UNIT C – Workplace and Work Equipment

  • Workplace welfare requirements and specific workplace issues.
  • Fire and explosion.
  • Workplace fire risk assessment.
  • The storage, handling and processing of dangerous substances.
  • Work equipment.
  • Workplace machinery.
  • Mobile, lifting, access and work at height equipment
  • Electrical Safety.
  • Construction and works of a temporary nature – hazards and controls.
  • Workplace transport and managing work-related road risk.
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