CIEH Level 2 Award Health and Safety in the Workplace

Cost: £60 per person (inclusive of materials, exam fees, lunch and refreshments)

One day course

18 November 2016

4 April 2017

Awarding Organisation: Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH)



The aim of this course is to provide essential knowledge and an understanding of health and safety for employees working in any sector of business at all levels from operative to supervisors. Good health and safety standards rely on employers and employees working together to reduce risks and prevent accidents and ill health arising from work activities. Everyone plays an important role in health and safety at your place of work. Successfully completing this course aims to enable you to carry out your job more safely and in a way that protects your health.                 


On completion of the six hours tuition, candidates will undertake a short multiple-choice examination paper (an hour is allowed for the examination).

Course Content:

  • Introduction

  • Health & Safety Law

  • Health

  • Safety

  • Welfare

  • The Workplace and Work Equipment

  • Risk Assessments

  • Manual Handling

  • Hazardous Substances

  • Ergonomics & Work Station Design

  • Working at Heights

  • Transport and Vehicles

  • Noise and Vibration.

NCFM enquiries and information:

+44 (0)1406 493000

National Centre for Food Manufacturing website

The National Centre for Food Manufacturing can offer a wide range of bespoke courses according to your training needs. To discuss your requirements, please contact Sharon Green, Head of Skills and Work Based learning: , or on +44 (0)1406 493000