This is a three day non-residential training course, lunch included.
The course is being held on the 12th, 13th and 19th of November.
This course aims to ensure managers and supervisors understand their responsibilities for health and safety and how to administer these activities in accordance with the safety policy of the organisation and health and safety legislation.
Following the syllabus laid down by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, the course covers the broad spectrum of health and safety law, together with principles of accident prevention, occupational health and human factors.
Upon successful completion of a written examination and practical assessment delegates will be awarded an Institution of Occupational Safety and Health ‘Managing Safely’ training certificate.
Who should attend?
The course is designed for people in supervisory or management positions in all types of organisations, who need a basic understanding of health and safety at work.
Course topics include:
• Introducing managing safely
• Assessing risks
• Controlling risks
• Understanding individual responsibilities
• Identifying hazards
• Investigating accidents and incidents
• Measuring performance
• Protecting the environment