Every working environment is dangerous and hazardous if your health and safety policy isn’t well communicated or upheld.
You legally need safe working practices. But it’s more than that – your people do their best and most productive work when they’re safe and well, and a risk-free environment protects your business interests too.
Show your senior executive team, your supervisors and even entry-level staff what it is to work safely with an internationally recognised and highly respected qualification. Meet the IOSH Managing Safely, a course which is:
IOSH Managing Safely is designed for HR managers, quality check managers, MDs and team leaders and supervisors who are responsible for health and safety. Even better, you don’t need any prior qualifications to do the course, and all ability levels are welcome.
The IOSH Managing Safely syllabus is grounded in real-world safer working. You’ll see practical improvements that benefit you, your colleagues, and wider business from the very first module.
The Managing Safely course consists of seven modules that cover assessing and controlling risk, understanding responsibilities, identifying hazards, how to investigate accidents and incidents, plus how to measure the impact of the safety measures you put in place.
Watch the video to find out why the IOSH Managing Safely syllabus is relevant and critical for every workplace to have in its working memory.
IOSH guarantees that when you complete the course, you’ll have achieved eight learning outcomes. By the end of the course you’ll be able to:
IOSH Managing Safely is assessed in 2 parts:
Multiple-choice examination, in which candidates must demonstrate what they have learnt.
Practical assessment, in which participants must show how to apply the knowledge they have gained throughout the course to real-life situations.
An IOSH Managing Safely certificate will be awarded upon successful completion of both parts of the assessment.
Once you’ve achieved the level 2 IOSH Managing Safely certificate, the next step is a level 3 health and safety course, like the NEBOSH General Certificate.
This course is available on our open programme, with a calendar virtual and classroom events. You can book a places for yourself, for an employee or for a group of staff.
This course can be delivered exclusively for your organisation, in any location or virtually through Microsoft Teams or Zoom. Read more on our in-house training services.
Level 2, equivalent to a GCSE qualification.
The IOSH Managing Safely is an entry-level health and safety course. You don’t need any prior experience or qualifications to sign up, but IOSH recommends you have a good understanding of English.
Three full study days, plus two weeks following course completion to submit your risk assessment project.
A total of 22 guided learning hours consisting of:
The guided learning hours can be delivered flexibly, but can not be delivered in less than three days. The IOSH assessment is to be completed once the full course has been completed.
No prior experience or preparation is required prior to attending the IOSH training course. However, it’s great to start thinking about health and safety in your organisation and the things you see around you. Take a look at your health and safety policy and maybe your risk assessments. This will all be helpful in bringing context to your learning and getting an early view of workplace hazards.
On completion of the IOSH course, you’ll be able to:
The cost of the course depends on how you want to learn:
Your IOSH registration and certification are included in the IOSH course cost, as well as all of your course materials.
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