IOSH Managing Safely Training (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health certificated course) is designed for staff with management or supervisory responsibility for managing safely, ensuring best practice within the organisational framework and ensuring compliance with relevant legislation.
Our IOSH managing safely training providers encourage a proactive risk management-led approach to health and safety examining behaviours, providing skills-based training by using practical exercises wherever possible. The course concludes with a formal examination based on an assessment of skills and underpinning knowledge. Successful candidates are awarded the IOSH Managing Safely Training Course certificate.
IOSH Managing Safely Training is for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation. It’s designed to get managers up to speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle health and safety in their teams.
To provide the necessary core skills to enable managers to review organisational standards, critically examine systems of work and to develop a safety based work ethic.
We can offer IOSH training in Bath, Bristol, Somerset, Avon, BANES, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Swindon, Devon.
The daily knowledge assessment and guidance gained at each review will provide a basis for this.
Note: This course can be tailored to meet your exact needs. It can be provided locally in Bath, Bristol, the Southwest or anywhere in the UK or overseas. For further information or to obtain a quotation contact Line Business Services Ltd on 0117 986 2194.
IOSH Managing Safely Training encourages a proactive risk management-led approach to health and safety.
This Institution of Occupational Safety and Health certificated course is designed for staff with management or supervisory responsibility for managing safely, ensuring best practice within the organisational framework and ensuring compliance with relevant legislation.
Delegates need to have passed the full 4-day course and IOSH recommend that delegates refresh their knowledge every 3 years.
All levels of staff require a basic knowledge and understanding of health and safety legislation and current best practice.