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Leading Health and Safety at Work

Over many years Salvus has developed a range of programmes aimed at the Senior Executive. With Corporate responsibility high on the agenda in Occupational Health & Safety is but one of the risks the modern day Senior Executive has to manage, if they are to be successful in business and commerce.

Leading H&S at Work

The programmes, ‘pending IOSH approval’ that are delivered by the Salvus team are based up formative guidance from the HSE, IOD amongst others with the 1 day programme covering:

  • The  Principles of Risk Management
  • Corporate Governance
  • Leading  H&S at Work
  • What the law requires
  • Senior Executive’s Responsibilities
  • Effective Management Systems
  • A Competent workforce

A Delegate package including formative guidance is also provided to delegates to assist in on going management, goal setting and delivering H&S at Work.


Safety for Senior Fire Service Executives

For over 20 years Salvus has been delivering it’s Senior Fire Service Executive POGroupFullOutsideSign2programmes, initially on behalf of HMI Fire Services, then to the Scottish Office and on to the Brigade Command, Divisional Command, Areas managers programmes on behalf of the Fire Service College.

Over recent years the programmes have also been undertaken ‘ in Brigade’ and tailored to specific Fire & Rescue Services  & Fire Authorities, with ‘members’ also attending to obtain an insight into strategic level management of H&S.

The extended programme includes

Module 1 –  an overview and introduction to the course programme

Module 2  – Principles of Risk Management

  • Risk Management – A Systematic Approach
  • Reasons for managing occupational health & safety
  • Accident Causation
  • Corporate Governance and the requirements for annual reporting
  • Risk Management, a Fire Service prospective

Module 3 – Health & Safety Law and the Senior Executive

  • Civil & Criminal Liabilities
  • Personal Liabilities
  • Corporate Manslaughter
  • Enforcement and Penalties
  • Enforcers, a guide to liaison

Module 4 – Legislation update

  • Key legislation that affects the fire service
  • The future face of legislation

Module 5 – Management Systems

  • The requirements of an effective safety management system
  • Strategic implementation
  • Integration and culture

Module 6 – Monitoring – a guide continual improvement

  • Re-active  monitoring;  Managing investigations
  • Active systems;  Auditing systems and standards

Module 7 – Training strategies

  • Competency management
  • Strategic implementation
  • Training the trainer

The programme which is ‘pending IOSH approval’ ,  includes a wide range of interactive syndicate exercises allowing delegates to assess their strategic decision making, planning and implementation process management skills.

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