the heart of health and safety. Five years on – the experience of using the IOSH Workplace Hazard Awareness Course Jill Joyce BA Hons, MSc, DMS, CMIOSH, AFBPsS. about IOSH. established in 1945 Royal Charter in 2003, International NGO 2006 individual Chartered members 2005
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the heart ofhealth and safety
Five years on – the experience of using the IOSH Workplace Hazard Awareness Course
Jill Joyce BA Hons, MSc, DMS, CMIOSH, AFBPsS
about IOSH Workplace Hazard Awareness Course
67% presented it over 6-8 sessions
33% presented it over one or two days
Over 50% integrated it with their own course materials.
“Initially the aim was to deliver the full course but due to other influences time became short. I aimed the learning at increasing the students’ knowledge to workplace hazards and risk and by the use of Workplace BC 'Lost Youth' video, developed their perception to what they are likely to experience during their future employment”
Hazard spotting graphics
For the more able- tasks didn't stretch them enough.
Too much animated activity lost their interest.
Some found some of the injury images difficult.