International Safety Passport
The International Safety Passport course has been developed to provide learners with the basic safety knowledge. Designed to reflect the needs of today’s employers giving learners everything they need to know and do to make their workplace safer.
- Understanding of the International legal Framework
- Principles of behavioural based safety
- HSE inspections
- How to identify, reduce and control the key hazards in different types of workplaces
- Trains learners how to effectively complete risk assessments and develop an action plan
With an in-depth focus on the subjects that matter, the International Safety Passport covers the core skills you need wherever in the world you work. It covers the following:
- Recognise the general International Health and Safety legal framework
- Identify the impact of accidents
- Identify the aims and different types of HSE inspections
- Recognise the principles of behavioural-based safety
- Identify a range of work hazards and related control measures
- Be able to write a basic Risk Assessment and provide suitable control measures
- Successful learners are awarded an NOCN International Safety Passport and/or certificate.
Who is this course designed for?
International Safety Passport is ideal for individuals at any level of an organisation. The course can supplement workplace inductions and be used in any sector worldwide. It gives everyone in the workplace an understanding of the general knowledge required to work in a safe environment.
There are three forms of assessment:
- 2 written examinations
- A practical risk assessment
All assessments are pre-approved by NOCN.
16 Hours– 2 Days
NOCN Approved Centres in the GCC Region – BD 30*
NOCN Approved Centres outside the GCC Region - £60
Centres in the GCC region – BD 18*
Centres outside the GCC region - £35
Replacement Card Fees
Centres in the GCC region – BD 13*
Centres outside the GCC region - £25
(* BD = Bahraini Dinar: Training Centres in the GCC region will be invoiced in Bahrani Dinar, via the NOCN Bahrain Regional Office.)