Programme Brief

The Fundamentals of Health, Safety and Environment (FHSE) can be pursued as a standalone short course for persons interested in gaining a basic understanding of health and safety, or as a bridging programme to the BSc (Hons) Occupational Safety Health and Environment or the MSc Safety, Health and Environment/Occupational Hygiene from the University of Greenwich.

Learning Outcomes include the following:

  • Understand the importance of ensuring good occupational health, safety and welfare.
  • Appreciate the mechanisms associated with accidents and ill-health in the workplace.
  • Be able to identify hazards in the workplace and undertake a simple risk assessment.
  • Be familiar with some of the more common health, safety and hygiene issues associated with the workplace.
  • Appreciate and understand the application of the control measures available for workplace health, safety and hygiene risks.

 

Next cycle starts: September 4, 2023
Registration Deadline: September 1, 2023

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FHSE as a Standalone Short Course

FHSE can also be pursued as a short course for persons interested in gaining a basic understanding of health and safety. 

Highlights at a glance -

  • Completely online 
  • 3 months duration
  • No exams. Assignment-based assessments

FHSE as a Bridging Programme

Thinking about switching to a career in Health and Safety. Do you possess one of the following?

  • A Bachelor's Degree
  • An Associate Degree
  • A Higher National Diploma
  • An Advanced Diploma

If you possess one of the above in a non HSE field of study, you may be eligible for the BSc (Hons) Occupational Safety Health and Environment or to the MSc Safety, Health and Environment/Occupational Hygiene after completing the Fundamentals of Health, Safety and Environment (FHSE) offered through our online learning environment. 

Email us at UOG-CF@sbcs.edu.tt to confirm your eligibility or call us directly at 663-7227 ext. 1253/4 or 769-5477

 


  • This qualification can be earned in three (3) months.

As a Standalone course:

There are no pre-requisites for this course. Anyone with an interest in Health & Safety can pursue it as a professional development qualification.

 

As a Bridging Programme to progress to the University of Greenwich’s bachelors or masters programme.:

Individuals possessing any qualification listed below, or other qualifications at a similar level, can be assessed by the University of Greenwich for entry on to their Bachelors or Masters programme.

  • Pearson’s Higher National Diploma in Business or Engineering
  • City and Guilds Advanced Technician Diploma
  • An Associate Degree or Advanced Diploma in good standing
  • A Bachelor’s Degree  in good standing
    • Bachelor’s/Associate Degree – must be accompanied by a transcript

Step 1  – Confirm your eligibility. Forward soft copies of the following to uog-cf@sbcs.edu.tt

  • Original certificates or official transcripts and completion letter from the awarding educational institution
  • National ID or Passport

You must confirm of your eligibility before you apply.

Step 2 – Complete your registration form here.

Step 3 – Make payment. Payment options can be found here:  https://www.sbcs.edu.tt/covid-19/online-payments/.
* We also accept online credit card payments via WiPay. If you would like to make your payment via credit card please email us at uog-cf@sbcs.edu.tt indicating such and a payment link will be provided.

Step 4 – To complete your registration after making your payment please send payment confirmation using this form: https://www.sbcs.edu.tt/online-payment-update-notification/

 

Kindly email the Center for University of Greenwich Programmes at uog-cf@sbcs.edu.tt 

Contact your course administrator directly 

Keston Chandler – Senior Course Administrator
(M) 769-5477
(O) 663-7227 ext.1254 

Email: uog-cf@sbcs.edu.tt for more details.

At the end of the course, the student will:

  • understand the importance of ensuring good occupational health, safety and welfare
  • appreciate the mechanisms associated with accidents and ill-health in the workplace
  • be able to identify hazards in the workplace and undertake a simple risk assessment
  • be familiar with some of the more common health, safety and hygiene issues associated with the workplace
  • appreciate and understand the application of the control measures available for workplace health, safety and hygiene risks