The Institute of Occupation Safety and Health (IOSH) have developed training courses to improve workplace safety by providing workers with the knowledge required to ensure that their actions contribute to health and safety and that individual responsibilities are clearly understood. This course is suitable for people of all levels who work in all sectors. The right training is essential to getting health and safety at work right.
The aim of IOSH training is to ensure that employers and employees have a basic understanding of general health and safety requirements and to encourage safe working practices and habits.
We have public courses running at a number of our centres UK wide. Alternatively if you have a group of delegates we can send a trainer to your site to train your delegates. If you require further information on this then please contact us for a quote.
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This course has been developed to give delegates an insight into health and safety practices, learning about their legal responsibilities to themselves, their employer and others, according to current legislation.
During the course delegates will learn the following:
- Introducing Managing Safely
- Assessing Risks
- Controlling Risks
- Understanding your Responsibilites
- Identifying Hazards
- Investigation Accidents & Incidents
- Measuring Performance
- Protecting our Environment
At the end of the course delegates are required to sit an assessment and complete a small project; both contribute towards the final pass mark.
The flexible new high impact programme covers all the main health and safety issues, and includes a session tackling the environment too.
Who Should Attend?
Managing Safety is a course for managers and supervisors in any sector and any organisation. It is designed to give managers all they need to know to help them handle health and safety in their teams.
This course when run in Essex will be two days per week over two consecutive weeks.