IOSH Managing Safely Course

4 day training course ideal for new managers and supervisors wanting to ensure their management skills are in line with health and safety regulations.

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IOSH Managing Safely – Course Details

Choose this course if you’re a manager or supervisor responsible for others in the workplace!

Qualification: Certificate in IOSH Managing Safely

Course Length: 3 days

Suitability: Recommended for existing or newly qualified managers looking for an accredited health and safety qualification

Assessments: 25 question, multiple format assessment paper + risk-assessment project

IOSH Managing Safely – Course Description

Specifically designed for managers, this training course is a practical, business-focused training programme designed to give you an understanding of health and safety in the workplace.

Flexible and jargon-free, this training course is focused greatly on business and management, helping you to understand all relevant requirements and how to apply them in daily working practice.

Unlike other courses, this training package includes detailed case studies, crystal-clear examples, recognisable scenarios and is delivered in an interesting, interactive way. It’s not just reading off slides – IOSH’s Managing Safely programme is designed to ensure that health and safety is interesting and you can fully understand its importance in management.

During the course, you’ll cover the following topics:

  • Assessing risks
  • Controlling risks
  • Understanding responsibilities
  • Understanding hazards
  • Investigating incidents
  • Measuring performance
  • Protecting our environment

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