IOSH Working Safely Course
IOSH Working Safely is a one day course for staff from any sector with no supervisory or managerial responsibility. The course provides a grounding in the essentials of health and safety so that delegates gain an understanding of why they must “work safely”
The IOSH Working Safely training course is for staff at any level of the organisation, in any sector. The course focuses on why health and safety is important, and how delegates can make a real difference to the safety culture of the organisation.
IOSH Working Safely will give delegates an understanding of what they need to know to help them handle health and safety in their day to day working environment. The course covers all the main health and safety issues, and also includes a session on the environment.
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IOSH Working 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.
One day and lunch is included. We have a range of locations and flexible delivery dates available.
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 Working Safely Certificate or an IOSH Passport.
Working safely is designed to give the delegate an understanding of what they need to know to help them handle health and safety in their day to day working environment. The course covers all the main health and safety issues, and also includes a session on the environment.
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.