IOSH Managing Safely
4 Day IOSH health and safety course. For Supervisors and Managers.
On-Site or In-HouseYou can come us for this training or we can come to you. Anywhere in the UK.
Experienced TrainersAll of our trainers are very experienced and qualified in the subject but also training.
4 Day full IOSH Managing Safely Course
Next Swindon Dates
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IOSH Managing Safely Course is flexible for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation. It brings managers up to speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle health and safety in their teams.
Every manager should have an understanding of their responsibilities when it comes to health and safety
This course is aimed at line managers and supervisors. It will give them an appreciation of health and safety requirements and enable them to review departmental systems for safety, introducing new controls or implementing changes as appropriate to make the department work more safely.
Day One – Module 1 & Module 2
- Introducing managing safely
The Importance of managing safely
Key reasons to manage safely
The responsibilities as a manager
Effective health & safety management
What is risk?
What is a risk assessment?
How are risk assessments carried out?
Day Two – Module 3 & Module 4
- Controlling risk
How to reduce risk?
How to decide which control to use?
Hierarchy of risk control
Understanding your 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?
Day Three – Module 5 & Module 6
- Identifying hazards
What are common hazards?
What can you do about common hazards?
Investigating accidents and incidents
Why investigate accidents and incidents?
How do accidents and incidents happen?
How do you carry out an investigation?
Day Four – Module 7 & Module 8
- Measuring performance
What’s performance measurement about?
How do you measure health and safety performance?
What is auditing?
What is the impact of industry on the environment?
How can you control pollution and waste?
What are the main elements of an environmental management system?
From £525 +VAT (includes cost of publications, certification and lunch/refreshments)