IOSH Managing Safely

The IOSH Managing Safely course gives staff at management and supervisor level the knowledge to fulfil their responsibilities in handling resources and risk. You'll find a practical programme, full of step-by-step guidance and a sharp business focus. The high innovative format & content engages and inspires, which is critical to getting safety and health ingrained across the whole organisation.

Course Overview

Course Content

• Introducing Managing Safely

• Assessing Risks

• Controlling Risks

• Understanding your Responsibilities

• Identifying Hazards

• Investigating Accidents and Incidents

• Measuring Performance

• Protecting our Environment
Duration
3 days
575.00

Available Dates

start date:
20/09/2021 (9:00 am)
available spaces:
8
location:
Unit 2, Airton Road Business Park, Tallaght, Dublin 24, D24XA62, Ireland
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Who is this course for
Supervisors, Managers and Site Foremen
Course Aim
This course gives staff at management and supervisor level the knowledge to fulfil their responsibilities in handling resources and risk.
Course Objectives
On successful completion of the course delegates should:
• Understand their responsibilities
• Have the practical ability to manage health and safety issues in the workplace
• Be able to implement risk assessment and control strategies
• Have an understanding of health, safety and environmental management systems and their business benefits
• Have a basic understanding of common hazards including; fire, electricity, working at height, stress, noise, vibration, chemicals and workplace transport
Course Requirements
Good Understanding of English
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