IOSH Managing Safely

Course Location Nationwide
Cost £599
Type of course in situ
Online booking
Course provider Corporate Risk Systems Limited
Available dates for this course

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The IOSH Managing Safely Certificate is not as comprehensive as the NEBOSH National General Certificate but is extremely popular with Managers/Supervisors as it provides a basic understanding and awareness of Health & Safety Management Systems, Legislation, and Risk Assessment. The IOSH Managing Safely is for those required to manage safely and effectively in compliance with both their organisation's policy and best practice in Health and Safety. IOSH Managing Safely comprises seven core modules requiring a total direct input period of at least 24 hours plus assessment time. The delivery of IOSH Managing Safely can be spread over a convenient time span.

Overview
The IOSH Managing Safely course is for designed those required to manage safely and effectively in compliance with both their organisation’s policy and best practice in health and safety.

Aims
To ensure that safety requirements are appreciated by people employed as line managers, and to enable them to review their own departmental systems for safety, introducing new controls or implementing changes as appropriate to ensure safety in the workplace.

Duration
Four days

Who should attend the IOSH Managing Safely course?
Any person who has to manage risk and resources within their organisation.

Learning objectives
On successful completion of the IOSH Managing Safely course, delegates should be able to:
• explain ‘working safely’
• explain the component parts of a recognised safety management system such as HSG65,
BS 8800 and OHSAS 18001
• identify the data and techniques required to produce an adequate record of an incident and
demonstrate the procedure for an accident investigation, recognising the human factors involved
• describe statutory requirements for reporting and procedures for checking for non-reporting
• describe methods of basic trend and epidemiological analysis for reactive monitoring data
• define ‘hazard’ and ‘risk’, and describe the legal requirements for risk assessment
• demonstrate a practical understanding of a quantitative risk assessment technique and the data
required for records
• describe workplace precaution hierarchies
• prepare and use active monitoring checklists and implement schedules for active monitoring,
recording results and analysing records
• outline the main provisions of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 and the Management
of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
• outline relevant health and safety legislation, codes of practice, guidance notes and information
sources such as the Health and Safety Executive.

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