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IOSH Managing SafelyIOSH Leading Safely
Who is it for?

The IOSH Managing Safely Course is intended for those in supervisory and managerial positions in all types of organisations, particularly those who manage risk and are not health and safety professionals.

Leading Safely gives anyone with leadership responsibility the practical knowledge and the strategic solutions for sustainable business advantage through good safety and health practice.

What does this course cover?

Introducing Managing safely, Assessing Risk, Controlling Risk, Understanding Your, Responsibilities, Identifying Hazards, Investigating Accidents and Incidents, Measuring Performance and Protecting Our Environment

-safety and health and what it means for different leadership roles
- the responsibilities and behaviours of a leader what effective safety and health leadership looks like
- how leaders can make improvements
- the benefits of effective safety and health leadership.

How long is this course?

4 days

6 hours long - so it won't cut into your busy week too long!

How is this course assessed?

On the final day delegates are evaluated by means of a written examination paper which will take 1 hour to complete. This is followed by a post course workplace project which is completed over 2 weeks.

Learners use the diagnostic tool, accessed via a mobile app, to identify their current safety and health position against a set of critical questions. The tool recommends the actions they
should take. At the end of the course they make a commitment to a personal action plan to improve their own and their organisations’ safety and health management.

What qualification will this course give?

After the successful completion of the programme delegates are awarded an Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) certificate.

An app to access their diagnostic tool/action planner. Plus access to a safety leadership
community, with news from IOSH, and up-to-date discussions on themes in safety leadership, from trainers and delegates.

IOSH Managing Safely

Who is it for?

The IOSH Managing Safely Course is intended for those in supervisory and managerial positions in all types of organisations, particularly those who manage risk and are not health and safety professionals.

What does this course cover?

Introducing Managing safely, Assessing Risk, Controlling Risk, Understanding Your, Responsibilities, Identifying Hazards, Investigating Accidents and Incidents, Measuring Performance and Protecting Our Environment

How long is this course?

4 days

How is this course assessed?

On the final day delegates are evaluated by means of a written examination paper which will take 1 hour to complete. This is followed by a post course workplace project which is completed over 2 weeks.

What qualification will this course give?

After the successful completion of the programme delegates are awarded an Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) certificate.

IOSH Leading Safely

Who is it for?

Leading Safely gives anyone with leadership responsibility the practical knowledge and the strategic solutions for sustainable business advantage through good safety and health practice.

What does this course cover?

-safety and health and what it means for different leadership roles
- the responsibilities and behaviours of a leader what effective safety and health leadership looks like
- how leaders can make improvements
- the benefits of effective safety and health leadership.

How long is this course?

6 hours long - so it won't cut into your busy week too long!

How is this course assessed?

Learners use the diagnostic tool, accessed via a mobile app, to identify their current safety and health position against a set of critical questions. The tool recommends the actions they
should take. At the end of the course they make a commitment to a personal action plan to improve their own and their organisations’ safety and health management.

What qualification will this course give?

An app to access their diagnostic tool/action planner. Plus access to a safety leadership
community, with news from IOSH, and up-to-date discussions on themes in safety leadership, from trainers and delegates.