IOSH Managing Safely

What’s It About?

This comprehensive IOSH Managing Safely course is designed to educate your employees on their health, safety and environmental responsibilities.

The knowledge and understanding they will gain will enable them to effectively manage health and safety within your workplace. The information they learn will give them the confidence they need to be able to introduce new controls and implement changes. This proactive approach will help to eliminate or reduce risks.

Who Should Attend?

This course is perfect for business owners, directors, managers, supervisors, heads of department and team leaders from any type of business sector.  It is ideal for anyone with responsibility for teams  of employees and require an in-depth knowledge of managing health and safety in the workplace.

Why’s It Important?

Under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, you have a legal duty to put in place suitable arrangements to manage health and safety within your workplace.

You need to ensure your managers and supervisors are competent and possess the skills, knowledge and experience they need to carry out their duties effectively.

They need a more advanced level of training which highlights the specific responsibilities associated with supervising and managing health and safety management systems.

What Will You Gain?

By attending this IOSH Managing Safely course, your employees will gain a thorough understanding of health and safety.  They will know how to implement and promote a good health and safety culture within your business.

On returning to the workplace, they will have the confidence to manage their health and safety responsibilities effectively and ensure that all policies and procedures are carried out correctly, including first aid provision, fire safety precautions and emergency procedures.

They will be able to help staff to understand and develop their own health and safety roles and responsibilities and ensure improvement strategies are implemented.  In addition, they will be able to undertake effective risk assessments and ensure that the relevant control measures are in place, adhered to and monitored.