Health and safety training to enable Line Managers and key employees to have sufficient knowledge to monitor and review health and safety within the workplace.
Who is the IOSH Managing Safely course for?
► Line Managers and key individuals responsible for workplace safety
► Any individual involved in the management or planning, organising, monitoring, controlling and administering departmental safety procedures
Skills the IOSH Managing Safely course gives you:
► Understand the fundamentals of industry recognised health and safety management processes; e.g. BS880, OHSAH 18001 and others
► Able to contribute basic principles to health and safety measures, as part of an organisational strategy
► Demonstrate understanding of quantitive risk assessment processes
► Implement health and safety review of their own departmental systems
► Understand terms such as ‘hazard’ and ‘risk’
► Prepare basic risk assessments and method statements
► Investigate the causes of incidents and accidents causing injury
What does the IOSH Managing Safely course cover?
► Introduction and Overview
► Risk Assessment
► Risk Control
► Health and Safety Responsibilities
► Common Workplace Hazards
► Investigating Accidents and Incidents
► Measuring Performance
► Environmental Protection
How long does the IOSH Managing Safely course last?
► 3 Days – Trainer Led Learning
RISK Guaranteed Pass Scheme for your IOSH Managing Safely course
Because we are a direct training provider and not a broker, we can provide you with a Guaranteed Pass Scheme for your IOSH Managing Safely course.
Support and resources provided for your IOSH Managing Safely course
► Learning Support Materials
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