NEBOSH International Diploma Syllabus
The NEBOSH International Diploma is the qualification to aspire to if you are seeking a successful long-term career in health and safety outside of the UK.
The course is split into 4 units comprising 3 taught units and a work-based assignment to complete which will demonstrate your application of the knowledge you have gained over the course of the previous units.
Overall Learning Outcomes
On completion of each unit, delegates should be able to demonstrate their understanding of the domain knowledge covered through:
- The application of knowledge to familiar and unfamiliar situations.
- The critical analysis and evalualation of information presented in both quantitative and qualitative forms.
N.B. Each element will have additional specific learning outcomes.
Full Course Syllabus
Unit IA: International Management of Health and Safety
- IA1 - Principles of health and safety management
- IA2 - Loss causation and incident investigation
- IA3 - Measuring and reviewing health and safety
- IA4 - Identifying hazards, assessing and evaluating
- IA5 - Risk control
- IA6 - Organisational factors
- IA7 - Human factors
- IA8 - Principles of health and safety law
- IA9 - Criminal law
- IA10 - Civil law
Unit IB: International Control of Hazardous Agents in the Workplace
- IB1 - Principles of toxicology and epidemiology
- IB2 - Hazardous substances and other chemicals
- IB3 - Hazardous substances and other chemicals
- IB4 - Controls and personal protective equipment
- IB5 - Monitoring and measuring
- IB6 - Biological agents
- IB7 - Physical agents noise and vibration
- IB8 - Physical agents radiation
- IB9 - Psychosocial agents
- IB10 - Musculoskeletal risks and controls
- IB11 - Work environment risks and controls
Unit IC: International Workplace and Work Equipment Safety
- IC1 - General workplace issues
- IC2 - Principles of fire and explosion
- IC3 - Workplace fire risk assessment
- IC4 - Storage, handling and processing of dangerous substances
- IC5 - Work equipment (general)
- IC6 - Work equipment (workplace machinery)
- IC7 - Work equipment (mobile, lifting and access)
- IC8 - Electrical safety and electricity at work
- IC9 - Construction hazards and controls
- IC10 - Workplace transport and driving for work
- IC11 - Pressure system hazards and controls
Unit ID: International Application of Health and Safety Theory and Practice
Unit ID consists of a written assignment set by NEBOSH (designed to demonstrate the application of the knowledge you have gained through units one to three of the course) and is approximately 8,000 words in length. Submission dates for Diploma assignments are in February, May, August and November each year.
All four units are mandatory and there are no optional units. Delegates can choose to take one, two, three or all four units at the same time or at different times.
Units one to three are assessed by one three-hour written question paper each with each paper covering the whole unit syllabus - with at least one question per unit element. Candidate scripts are marked by external examiners appointed by NEBOSH.
NEBOSH International Diploma Course: Futher Information
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