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IOSH Managing Safely Course (UK)

IOSH MS V4.0 Latest Version 

IOSH Managing Safely Course is designed for beginners and give the knowledge and tools to tackle the health and safety issues they’re responsible for. Importantly – IOSH Managing Safely Course brings home why health and safety is such an essential part of their job.



Eight interactive modules:

1.  Introducing managing safely
2. Assessing risks
3. Controlling risks
4. Understanding your responsibilities
5. Identifying hazards
6. Investigating accidents and incidents
7. Measuring performance
8. Protecting our environment

End of  Course assessments:

A 22 question, multiple-format assessment  paper
A risk assessment based project

he Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) training course is the UK’s most popular and accessible course for anyone requiring Health and Safety Training. This course is intended for those in supervisory and managerial positions in all types of organisations. This course will provide you with the knowledge to manage safely and effectively in
compliance with both your organisation’s policy and best practice in Health and Safety.

Apply basic management principles and practices to safety and health issues as part of a total management strategy.
Set achievable safety and health objectives and plan and implement courses of action to achieve those objectives.
Recognize safety and health hazards present in the workplace. Carry out and record basic assessments of the risks
associated with workplace hazards, and recommend suitable control measures.
Take account of risks arising from ergonomic factors.
Ensure that adequate information, training and supervision are provided for employees.
Investigate an accident or incident involving injury or damage to determine the causes and take appropriate
actions. The IOSH Managing safely course has 8 modules, which include:
· Introducing managing safely · Investigating accidents and
· Method statements incidents
· Controlling Risks · Measuring performance
· Understanding your responsibilities · Protecting our environment
· Identifying hazards