More about the course
Basic courses in the working environment provide an introduction to the most important topics within health, safety and the environment (HSE). The aim is to give the course participant knowledge and understanding of current requirements, and thus be able to contribute positively to the HSE work in their own company.
The course combines online teaching, project assignment and virtual classroom. The course covers the Working Environment Act's requirements for basic training for 40-hour "HSE for safety representatives and members of the working environment committee (AMU)."
This course is designed for 40 hours, and consists of articles, assignments and a final test before you receive a course certificate.
The course will give you insight and understanding of the systematic HSE work. The goal is to provide basic knowledge to safety representatives, participants in AMU and others who actively work with HSE in their own business.
Academic themes in the course
Introduction to the Working Environment Act (AML) and associated regulations
Systematic HSE work and internal control
Risk mapping and risk management
Safety representative, working environment committee (AMU) and occupational health service (BHT)
Sick leave work and IA
AKAN (drug and addiction)
Tips and advice when supervising
Test that requires passing
Price for member: 4600, -
Price for non-member: 5600, -