IOSH Managing Safely
Who is the course suitable for?
The IOSH Managing Safely course is designed to give managers, supervisors and heads of department the knowledge and understanding to ensure their workforce operate safely in various work environments.
What is covered in the course?
The IOSH Managing Safely course is considered as an industry standard for all managers who are responsible for the safety of other staff members. The course covers everything from risk assessments to incident investigation and will give you the knowledge required to comply with your health and safety obligations to both your staff and the law.
After successfully completing the course, delegates will be able to:
- Understand the fundamentals of industry recognised health and safety management processes; e.g. BS880, OHSAH 18001 and others.
- Contribute basic principles to health and safety measures, as part of an organisational strategy.
- Demonstrate understanding of quantitative 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.
The assessment consists of a 25 question, multiple-choice examination and a work-based risk assessment project.
No, audio translation is available on request.
All materials are provided on the day.
If you wish to gain more knowledge and understanding of workplace health and safety or begin a career as a Health and Safety advisor, we advise you complete the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety course.
- Duration of the IOSH Managing Safely Course: 4 days
- Course frequency: This course starts on a regular basis, view our upcoming courses below
- Locations: Glacier Buildings, Brunswick Dock, Liverpool
- Cost: £399 +VAT
- Certificate: IOSH will send your certificates. Please keep in mind it may take up to 6 weeks for delivery upon successful completion of the course.