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AOSH UK Level 2 Award in Health & Safety at Workplace2021-09-21T21:05:56+00:00

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AOSH UK Level 2 Award in Health & Safety at Workplace

This qualification is intended for anyone in a work environment and ensures that all employees are aware of their own safety and the safety of others that might be affected by their work.

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This qualification is intended for anyone in a work environment and ensures that all employees are aware of their own safety and the safety of others that might be affected by their work; furthermore, this qualification will assist those who require a better understanding of health and safety within the workplace.

How long will it take?

To complete this qualification, learners should expect to undertake 10 hours of learning or 2 half-day training sessions (10 hours).

Course overview

Learners will build an understanding of key terms and definitions of role & responsibility for health, safety and welfare in workplace.  Understand how risk assessments contribute to health & safety. Understand how Identify & controls the risk from common workplace hazards.

Certificate validity

The Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace is valid for a period of three years.

Where can this course taken?

Through any AOSH UK approved training centre (ATC)


This qualification is assessed by Multi Choice Questions (MCQ). To Awarded this qualification the Learner must achieve a percentage pass in the MCQ.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What are Health and Safety Regulations?2021-09-21T19:54:37+00:00

Health and Safety Regulations are made under the Health and Safety at Work Act, usually to regulate specific hazards, such as lead, asbestos, pressure equipment, hazardous substances, noise, etc.

What is a ‘Workplace Risk Assessment’?2021-09-21T19:54:37+00:00

Workplace risk assessment is a logical analysis of the hazards present in your work and the safeguards adopted to control the risk, to make sure that no harm can arise.

Generally, risk assessments must be written down if you employ five or more people.

What accidents must I report?2021-09-21T19:54:37+00:00

1. Any accident resulting in more than three days off work.

2. Any dangerous incident, whether it involves injury or not (collapse of scaffold, contact with overhead lines, failure of lifting gear, etc).

Do I really need a written Health and Safety Policy ?2021-09-21T19:54:37+00:00

By law, any person, business or undertaking that employs five or more people must have a written Health and Safety Policy.

What should be included in a Health & Safety Policy?2021-09-21T19:54:37+00:00

1. A statement of aims, to the effect that your business will meet established health and safety standards.

2. A description of how the business is organised, and who has responsibility for different aspects of health and safety.

3. A description of the procedures and arrangements to ensure that work is conducted safely and without risk to health.

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