IOSH Working Safely

Cost: £185 + VAT

This training course can also be run in-house, please contact us for further information.

Course Overview:

This course will enable employees at all levels to ensure that their individual and collective actions contribute to health and safety in the workplace and that they understand their responsibilities.

Following the syllabus laid down by the Institution Of Occupational Safety and Health, the course covers hazard identification, accident reporting and workplace precautions.

Upon successful completion of a multiple choice written examination and practical workplace safety assessment delegates will be awarded an Institution of Occupational Safety and Health ‘Working Safely’ training certificate.

Who should attend?

The course is designed for employees from any organisation who may need to be more aware of the hazards of their workplace and of their work activities.

Course duration:

A one day non-residential training course.

Course topics include:

  • Introducing working safely
  • Defining hazard and risk
  • Identifying common hazards
  • Improving safety performance
  • Protecting the environment

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