The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is a global organisation for health and safety professionals.
IOSH accredited courses are a great way to get an introduction to health and safety for workers (through the IOSH Working Safely course).
Or for Managers, Team Leaders and Supervisors to learn about how health and safety should be incorporated into their role (through the IOSH Managing Safely course).
You can find a bit more information below, or contact us and we can guide you through the options.
IOSH WORKING SAFELY
IOSH Working Safely provides basic training in health and safety for workers at all levels, in all industries. It also meets the UK government’s guidelines for introductory health and safety training. This broad entry-level course is suitable for employees across the organisation.
Appreciate the importance of risk management in the workplace
Be aware of workplace health and safety in line with UK legislation
Identify common hazards and risks
Know how to make a difference to the health, safety and wellbeing of themselves and others
FULL COURSE SYLLABUS
1: Introducing working safely
2: Defining hazard and risk
3: Identifying common hazards
4: Improving safety performance
FROM AS LITTLE AS £150 PER PERSON.
IOSH MANAGING SAFELY
IOSH Managing Safely is a basic risk management certificate in health and safety. It enables those who manage a team to meet their responsibilities for health and safety in the workplace.
On completion of the course, learners will be able to:
Understand your responsibilities for safety in the workplace.
Recognise common workplace hazards and implement appropriate control measures.
Estimate, evaluate and reduce risk by applying a hierarchy of risk control.
Undertake structured risk assessments and accident investigations.
Understand the requirements of HSE legislation.
Recognise different ways to measure and improve health and safety performance.
FULL COURSE SYLLABUS
1. Introducing Managing Safely
2. Investigating Accidents and Incidents
3. Human factors
4. Assessing Risk
5. Controlling Risk
6. Understanding Managers Responsibilities
7. Common hazards
8. Measuring performance
FROM AS LITTLE AS £300 PER PERSON.