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IOSH Managing Safely Course

Oak Tree H&S course training
IOSH Approved Training Provider

IOSH Managing Safely Course Overview

Managing Safely equips delegates with the skills to effectively manage health and safety issues within their teams. You will build understanding of the practical actions needed rather than focus on technical details or legislative requirements. This IOSH course will demonstrate your organisation’s commitment to providing a safe working environment and is suitable for any sector.

IOSH quality rating: outstanding 100%

What you’ll learn

IOSH Managing Safely will support you to apply core management principles within health and safety. It will equip delegates to professionally tackle issues in their own workplaces.

Key topics include:

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

Who should attend?

IOSH Managing Safely is designed for line managers and supervisors and will provide you with an introduction to safety and health in the workplace. It is perfect if you need to manage effectively in line with your organisation’s safety policy and best practice in safety and health legislation.

This course is enhanced by integrating game based learning to embed knowledge and drive behavioural change.

Course Duration

Three days and lunch is included. We have a range of locations and flexible delivery dates available.

Assessment

Our experienced, IOSH approved tutors will prepare you for a test at the end of the course. The assessment is 45 minutes and you will need to answer 30 multiple choice questions. You will also complete a work based health and safety risk assessment within two weeks of completing the course.

Once you have successfully completed the assessment you will receive an IOSH Managing Safely Certificate.

Locations

London | Bury St Edmunds | Peterborough | Live Online

Looking for in-house training?

Available Nationwide in the UK and internationally for your teams of managers. Please contact us to discuss your requirements. 

Course Objectives

Delegates who complete the course should have a good understanding of these areas of Health & Safety and be able to answer the questions below.

  • Introducing managing safely
    - Why is it important to manage safely
    - What is your role in influencing managing safely?
  • Assessing Risks
    - What is risk
    - What is a risk assessment
    - How are risk assessments carried out?
  • Controlling Risks
    - How do you reduce risk?
    - How do you decide which risk control to use?
  • Understanding Responsibilities
    - What does the law require you to do?
    - How does the law work?
    - What are the key parts of a health & Safety management system?
  • Understanding Hazards
    - What are common hazards?
    - What can you do about common hazards?
  • Investigating Incidents
    - Why investigate incidents?
    - How do incidents happen?
    - How do you carry out an incident investigation?
  • Measuring Performance
    - What is performance measurement about?
    - How do you measure health and safety performance?
    - What is auditing?

Lisa was first-class in presenting IOSH Managing Safely. She took the time to really understand the nature of the business and the tone of the delivery was in keeping with the seniority of the audience.

    

Simon ToselandNorse

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