IOSH Managing Safely 3-day training course.
Gain your IOSH Certificate with FD People.
Next dates are 10th, 17th & 24th May 2023.
Are you confident in your H&S knowledge? Know exactly how to complete a Risk Assessment?
If not, this course is perfect for you! Every business these days must have a basic understanding of H&S, and yet it’s a role managers are often asked to undertake without any training.
That’s why we are delivering the IOSH (Institute of Occupational Health and Safety) Managing Safely course – the perfect entry level H&S training for managers of any level and from any industry sector.
Delivered over 3 days from our Glasgow office with the option to participate online, it’s an efficient and effective way to provide managers with the ability to gain their IOSH certificate, enabling them to:
- Understand the structure and requirements of health and safety law
- Assess and control risks and hazards
- Understand their health and safety responsibilities and the responsibilities of others
- Effectively carry out accident and incident investigations
- Evaluate and measure health and safety performance
Attendees can expect:
- Memorable and thought-provoking learning with an experienced health and safety practitioner
- Course modules that are backed by clear examples and recognisable scenarios
- Summaries to reinforce key points
- Checklists and materials for subsequent use
- Informal and inter-active quizzes and discussions
- Evaluation of learning through a multi-format questions paper and risk assessment project
Our Managing Safely training course will be delivered face to face from our Glasgow office providing a valuable opportunity to network and share health and safety challenges and concerns. And as it’s designed and quality controlled by IOSH, it also provides a great CPD opportunity for anyone.
Course fee, including all course materials is £350 per delegate (10% discount available for existing French Duncan clients and members of Glasgow, Forth Valley and Midlothian & East Lothian Chambers of Commerce).
We run our IOSH certified course throughout the year, with the option to either attend in person at our Glasgow office in Finnieston, or to take part online.
Please see the next dates below:
- 10th, 17th and 24th May 2023
If you can’t make this date but would like to attend another time, please get in touch to let us know.
Delegates are awarded a pass certificate on completion of the course if they achieve a PASS on the course assessment exam on the last day and successfully complete a risk assessment project within two weeks of the course.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the Chartered body and largest membership organisation for safety and health professionals. Their training products and other IOSH approved courses provide valuable knowledge, skills and qualifications for members and their colleagues.
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