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IOSH Managing Safely Courses 125 courses

What is the IOSH Managing Safely course

The IOSH Managing Safely course is a comprehensive health and safety training program designed for managers and supervisors in any industry. The course covers a range of topics that are essential for ensuring the safety and well-being of employees in the workplace.

How long is the course?

The IOSH Managing Safely course typically takes four days to complete.

Who is the course for?

The IOSH Managing Safely course is suitable for a wide range of managers and supervisors across different industries. Here is a list of examples of who would benefit from this course:

  • Managers and supervisors in construction and building industries
  • Managers and supervisors in manufacturing industries
  • Managers and supervisors in the transport and logistics sector
  • Managers and supervisors in the service sector (e.g. retail, hospitality, healthcare)
  • Managers and supervisors in the energy and utilities sector
  • Managers and supervisors in the public sector (e.g. government, education)
  • Managers and supervisors in the agricultural and farming sector
  • Managers and supervisors in the mining and quarrying sector
  • Managers and supervisors in the waste management sector.

This course is designed for anyone who has a supervisory or management role and is responsible for the health, safety and welfare of employees. The course is suitable for those who are new to health and safety management as well as those who have some experience in the field. 

What topics are covered in the IOSH Managing Safely course?

The IOSH Managing Safely course covers the following topics:

An introduction to health and safety management

The course begins with an introduction to health and safety management, including the reasons why it is important and the benefits that can be gained from effective health and safety management. The trainer will explain the key concepts and principles of health and safety management, such as risk assessment and control, and will provide an overview of the legal requirements that must be met by organisations.

Identifying hazards and assessing risks

This section of the course focuses on the process of identifying hazards and assessing the risks that they pose. Participants will learn how to identify different types of hazards and the methods that can be used to assess the risks that they pose. They will also learn about the different types of risk assessments that can be conducted and the information that should be collected during the assessment process.

Controlling hazards and managing risks

Once hazards and risks have been identified and assessed, the course will then cover the methods that can be used to control them and manage the risks that they pose. Participants will learn about the different types of control measures that can be used, such as engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment. They will also learn about the process of selecting and implementing appropriate control measures, and how to monitor the effectiveness of these measures over time.

Understanding legal requirements

In this section of the course, participants will learn about the legal requirements that organisations must meet with regards to health and safety. The trainer will cover the key legislation that applies to health and safety management, such as the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, and will explain the responsibilities of employers and employees under this legislation. Participants will also learn about the penalties that can be imposed for non-compliance with legal requirements.

Investigating incidents and accidents

The course will then cover the process of investigating incidents and accidents that occur in the workplace. Participants will learn about the types of incidents and accidents that should be investigated and the information that should be collected during an investigation. They will also learn about the steps that should be taken to prevent similar incidents and accidents from occurring in the future, and how to report incidents and accidents as per legal requirement.

Measuring performance and implementing continuous improvement

The final section of the course covers the process of measuring performance and implementing continuous improvement in health and safety management. Participants will learn about the methods that can be used to measure performance, such as safety audits and inspections, and will learn about the key performance indicators that should be used to evaluate the effectiveness of health and safety management. They will also learn about the process of implementing continuous improvement, including setting targets, monitoring progress, and making changes to improve overall performance.

How is the training delivered and assessed?

The IOSH Managing Safely course is usually delivered in a classroom setting, with an experienced trainer leading the sessions. The course includes a combination of lectures, group discussions, and practical exercises.
Assessment is through a written examination and a practical assessment which is carried out by the trainer during the course. The written examination consists of multiple-choice questions and is usually held on the last day of the course. Successful completion of both the written examination and the practical assessment is required to pass the course.
Upon completion of the course, participants will receive an IOSH Managing Safely certificate, which is valid for three years. To renew the certificate, participants can retake the course or complete an IOSH refresher course.

IOSH Managing Safely course: A Summary

In summary, IOSH Managing Safely is a comprehensive health and safety training program that is designed for managers and supervisors in any industry. The course takes four days to complete and covers a wide range of topics that are essential for ensuring the safety and well-being of employees in the workplace. The training is delivered in a classroom setting, and assessment is through a written examination and a practical assessment. Upon completion of the course, participants will receive an IOSH Managing Safely certificate, which is valid for three years.

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IOSH Managing Safely
Block (3 days)
01 Feb 2023
03 Feb 2023
£395.00 Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire REQUIRES POSTCODE Enquire
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Block (3 days)
01 Feb 2023
03 Feb 2023
£440.00 Walsall, West Midlands REQUIRES POSTCODE Enquire
IOSH Managing Safely
Online, Remote Learning (3 days)
03 Feb 2023
17 Feb 2023
£360.00 Your Remote Location, County N/a REQUIRES POSTCODE Book Now
IOSH Managing Safely
Block (3 days)
06 Feb 2023
08 Feb 2023
£389.00 Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire REQUIRES POSTCODE Book Now
IOSH Managing Safely
Block (3 days)
06 Feb 2023
08 Feb 2023
£440.00 Warrington, REQUIRES POSTCODE Book Now
IOSH Managing Safely
Online, Remote Learning (3 days)
06 Feb 2023
08 Feb 2023
£465.00 Your Remote Location, County N/a REQUIRES POSTCODE Book Now
IOSH Managing Safely
Block (3 days)
06 Feb 2023
08 Feb 2023
£495.00 Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire REQUIRES POSTCODE Book Now
IOSH Managing Safely
Block (3 days)
13 Feb 2023
15 Feb 2023
£365.00 Nottingham, Nottinghamshire REQUIRES POSTCODE Book Now
IOSH Managing Safely
Block (3 days)
20 Feb 2023
22 Feb 2023
£465.00 Birmingham, West Midlands REQUIRES POSTCODE Book Now
IOSH Managing Safely
Block (3 days)
22 Feb 2023
24 Feb 2023
£299.00 Your Remote Location, County N/a REQUIRES POSTCODE Book Now

All prices are inclusive of registration, materials, literature and certification (unless otherwise stated).

All prices are exclusive of VAT which will be added at the applicable rate when booking.