OTHM – Level 6

OTHM Level 6 Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety

Course Info

A OTHM LEVEL 6 qualifications in Occupational Health and Safety are developed to provide learners who have, or are looking to develop into, a senior role in an organisation for managing health and safety policy and practice. Learners will gain the skills and knowledge to understand the legal and regulatory background to occupational health and safety policy, to be able to assess policies, as well as to recommend and implement policy changes. Learners will develop knowledge and skills relevant to putting policy into practice, utilising management systems, resources, risk and incident management, leadership, management and skills development.

Course Syllabus

  • Health and Safety Management Principles and Policy (8 credits)
  • Health and Safety Management Practice (10 credits)
  • Risk and Incident Management (8 credits)
  • Promoting a Positive Health and Safety Culture (6 credits)

OTHM is an awarding body regulated by Ofqual (Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) in England established on 2003. OTHM offers a wide range of Management and Leadership qualifications within a variety of professional contexts all of which are delivered through approved centres globally. Tens of thousands of learners have attained their qualifications and gained advance entry into UK Degree final year and Masters top-up programmes.

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