IOSH Managing Safely

The course is designed for managers and supervisors with responsibility for people or processes and will provide a basic, but broad and sound understanding of current health and safety requirements and principles.

Type of Course: Health Safety and Environment
Course Reference: HTPP-037

Course duration: Three day course (provided in block or one day per week or two days together followed up in two weeks by final day)
Hosting Mode: Live online or face-to-face

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This assessed course will cover the application of recognised management principles in health and safety and will equip delegates to tackle issues in their own workplaces. Key topics include:

This course is enhanced by integrating game-based learning to embed knowledge and drive behavioural change.

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Delegates who complete the course should have a good understanding of these areas of Health & Safety and be able to answer the questions below:

Introducing managing safely:

Assessing Risks:

Controlling Risks:

Understanding Responsibilities:

Understanding Hazards:

Investigating Incidents:

Measuring Performance:

This course is followed by an end of course assessment and work-based risk assessment assignment for marking, to secure pass and receive IOSH certification.

Course Fee

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