Safety plays a prominent role in the business operations and culture of companies. Often there is not enough in-house knowledge to meet all legal requirements and a specialist will have to be hired, or someone can be internally trained to become a Safety Expert (MVK).
An intermediate safety expert is able to advise the management in the safety and working conditions policy within the organization.
Aim of the training
The aim of the training is to provide knowledge and insight about safety and occupational health and safety aspects, as well as to train them in their application. This allows the trainee to translate these aspects into measures within the organization and to coordinate and perform the safety tasks.
After the training you will have a large amount of knowledge in the field of safety and working conditions policy. A number of skills have also been developed.
The skills are divided into five clusters. The clusters below relate to how a safety expert approaches his or her working environment and deals with work-related situations.
At the end of the training, a Safety Expert has the following skills:
Planning and organizing
The training is given in approximately 7 months for a maximum of 15 students and consists of 6 modules. For exact dates you can fill in and send the application form.
Each module consists of a part of self-study of about three weeks and a joint course part.
The study load is divided as follows:
self-study 360 hours;
joint course 128 hours;
study assignments 50 hours;
final assignment 150 hours.
In this training we work with different teaching methods such as practicals, assignments and working groups. This provides an opportunity for interaction between the teacher and the students, as well as the students themselves.
After successfully completing the training you will receive an official diploma and you can start as a certified Senior Safety Officer. This is confirmed with an SKO diploma.
The course consists of modules, see below.
The schedule immediately shows the planning of the entire course.
Legislation, duties and position of the Safety Expert
Welfare, Ergonomics and Organization
Working conditions management
The lessons of the course take place in the form of an afternoon / evening training, making it easier to combine with your work. It is a course with a duration of approximately 7 months. When registering, you will be checked whether you meet the prior education requirements.
Part of the preparation is an intake interview, with the aim of discussing what the course means for you and whether the plan to follow the secondary safety training is feasible for you. In this conversation we also ensure that you are well informed about everything that happens in the training so that you are not faced with surprises.
During participation is included:
Lesson day (s) in modern classroom with modern audio-visual equipment;