IOSH Managing Safely
Open Course - Virtual Delivery
6th, 13th & 20th June 2023
We know it's not always easy to get on training courses if you are only looking to train one or two people, so we run a number of scheduled open courses throughout the year.
Don't miss out on securing a place on June's Virtual IOSH Managing Safely Course - just 5 spaces left!
IOSH Managing Safely®️ Course
Learn how to assess the effectiveness and performance of your organisation’s existing health and safety systems.
Our accredited 3-day course, IOSH Managing Safely®️ equips you with the necessary knowledge to identify, evaluate and control workplace risks and hazards. It demonstrates a firm commitment to maintaining a safe and healthy workplace.
As a globally chartered body, IOSH offers internationally recognised qualifications designed to promote high health and safety standards in workplaces worldwide.
Who should attend?
IOSH Managing Safely course is ideal for those who may or may not have direct responsibility for health and safety, or those working in a low-risk industry.
Did you know if you employ over 5 people you need to have a written health and safety policy?
The course looks at health and safety practices and procedures and is ideal for anyone who wants to ensure the safety of themselves and their colleagues in the workplace.
This course is designed for those working in any sector, from health and social care, and retail, to construction and manufacturing businesses.
A maximum of 12 places are available on this course, so make sure you don't miss out.
What will I learn?
Learn how to:
Identify your responsibilities and accountabilities.
Know when to act and when not to act.
Understand if an issue needs your attention, or if you need to escalate to Senior Management.
Introduction to Managing Safely Assessing Risks
Introduction to Managing Safely
What Clients Say
" Course was really useful and will be beneficial moving forward with my career. The balance of the course was extremely good and would highly recommend this course to anyone."