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Easy way to remember NEBOSH IGC-1 (part-02)

Benchmarking Advantages of Benchmarking: Identifies key performance indicators. Ensures monitoring procedures are effective. Identifies strengths and weaknesses. Helps by learning lessons from others. When Benchmarking it is essential to: Choose a suitable similar organisation to benchmark. Ensure accuracy of data used. Both organisations use common definitions. Accessing data. Commitment to the process. Issues that could be used to benchmark Existence and quality of health and safety policy. Accident and near miss records. Staff roles and responsibilities. Documentation of health and safety plans. The quality of risk assessments. Type and quality of training provided. Level of monitoring i.e. proactive and reactive. Ineffective Health and Safety Policies No commitment or leadership. No annual objectives. Health and safety not given enough priority. Insufficient resources provided. Personnel do not understand the aims. Too much emphasis on employee res

Easy way to remember NEBOSH IGC-1 (part-01)

Welfare = Looking after the basic needs of people. Environment = The surroundings in which the organization operates including land, air, water, natural resources, fauna, flora and humans and their inter-relationships. Occupational Health = The protection of the bodies and minds of people from illness resulting from materials, processes or procedures used in the workplace. Exposure to hazardous chemicals Exposure to asbestos, dusts Repetitive strain injury Ill Health: Acute = Short-term exposure with immediate effect, usually reversible. Chronic = Long-term or repeated exposure with delayed effect, often irreversible. Safety = The protection of people from physical injury: Slips, trips, falls Falls from height Struck by vehicles Contact with electricity Accident = An unwanted, unforeseen, unplanned event which results in loss. Incident/Near miss = An unwanted, unforeseen, unplanned event with the potential to result in loss. Dangerous occurr

NEBOSH IGC-2 Exam Questions & Answers Part-2 (very very useful and simple )

    Element 5: Electrical safety 1. Identify the possible effects of electricity on the body. (page no: 5-2) § Electric shock – severe electric shock can cause involuntary muscle grip, heart fibrillation, respiratory failure and cardiac arrest. § Burns – burns can also result from an electric shock, at the point of contact and at the point that the current flows out of the body. There may also be internal burns along the current path. § Fire and explosion. § Arcing. § Secondary effects. 2. Outline four factors that may affect the severity of injury from contact with electricity (page no: 5-3) Several factors influence the severity of injury associated with receiving an electric shock: Voltage – as Ohm’s law shows there is a simple relationship between voltage and current, the higher the voltage, the greater the current. Duration – the length of time that a person is exposed to the flow of electricity is critical. For example, a current flow of 60 mA for 30 milliseco