Introduction

The Health and Safety Training Implementation Committee (HSTIC), currently chaired by the Deputy Director – Organisational Development and Inclusion, consists of Health and Safety professionals from the various faculties within the College. Its purpose is to identify and prioritise training needs at Imperial and provide a forum where new training initiatives can be discussed, considered and responded to. Please let us know if you use any safety training materials and would like them to be shared with a broader audience or if you would like training materials produced. HSTIC ensures that courses and materials are of the highest quality and meet the requirements of College policy and relevant legislation.

The Health and Safety Training Implementation Committee (HSTIC) will review and implement the Health and Safety Training Strategic Plan. To make decisions on development needs, priority and responsibility for delivery and record and collate information regarding health and safety training.

This Committee will play a key role in ensuring the College complies with its legal responsibilities and its moral duties as identified within College policy and practice. 

The committee will meet at least once a term.

Members:

Terms of Reference

The Committee shall comprise:

  • Chair – Deputy Director - Organisational Development and Inclusion
  • Director of Safety
  • Director of Occupational Health
  • Head of Fire Safety
  • People and Organisational Development Consultant (Safety)
  • Learning and Development Operations Manager

And representatives from:

Area representedRole of representative
Campus Services Health & Safety Compliance Manager
Estates Division TBC
Faculty of Engineering Faculty Safety Advisor
Faculty of Natural Sciences Head of Health and Safety
Faculty of Medicine Faculty Safety Adviser
Imperial Business School Strategic Projects, Planning and Safety Manager
Joint Trade Unions    Unite, Unison, UCU

The Committee will direct the provision of Health and Safety training by:

  1. Annual review and update of the Health and Safety Strategic Plan.
  2. Identifying and prioritising training needs, including gaps identified through audits.
  3. Allocating responsibility between central (LDC) provision and local delivery.
  4. Quality Assurance of Health and Safety training to ensure standards are maintained.
  5. Agreeing an annual training programme

It will support the development of Health and Safety awareness by:

  1. Regularly reporting to Health and Safety Consultative and Environment Committees.
  2. Producing and circulating reports on training provision, uptake and impact.
  3. Providing a forum where new training initiatives can be discussed, considered and responded to.