Certificate in Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)
A Two-Day Course from The At Work Partnership
Date: Mon 24 Jan 2022 (virtual) plus Wed 26/1/22 (Birmingham) OR Thurs 27/1/22 (Bristol)
A two-day course designed to prepare students for the Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM) Certificate in Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome examination. This training for OH professionals examines the requirements for health surveillance for a workforce exposed to hand-transmitted vibration, and the diagnosis and management of an individual with HAVS. It will provide an in-depth understanding of HAVS, and of the OH role in managing issues related to hand transmitted vibration in the workplace.
The course is delivered both virtually and face-to-face over two days. Day One (Monday 24th January 2022) is held via Zoom. Day Two will be taught face-to-face, with the option of attending in either Birmingham (on Wednesday 26th January 2022) or Bristol (on Thursday 27th January 2022).
Course tutor: Dr Roger Cooke, consultant in occupational medicine, and a leading expert in hand–arm vibration syndrome.
What you will learn:
Attendees will understand all aspects of the syllabus for HAVS competence as defined by the FOM including:
• basic principles
• legal background
• workplace assessment
• health surveillance and clinical assessment
• occupational health action and advice
Receive printed documentation for future reference, plus all delegates will receive a FREE copy of Hand-arm vibration syndrome: a guide for occupational health practitioners by Dr. Roger Cooke.
EARLY BIRD RATE OFFER: Book and pay by 15th December and save up to £50 + VAT with our early bird rates.
To book online and for further information, please visit: https://ohaw.co/HAVS2DAY
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