IOSH Managing Safely
What is special about this course?
Accredited by the Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH), this is a 4-day interactive course which covers the basics of health & safety management in the workplace.
There are no formal academic entry requirements but Managing Safely is for managers and supervisors in any sector and any organisation.
Managing Safely covers 8 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
How will I study my course?
- Short course
How long will my course last?
This 4 day course is classroom based. A multi-choice assessment and risk assessment project needs to be completed and successful delegates are awarded an IOSH Managing Safely certificate.
Where can I study my course?
- Fort William
A Fee Waiver or funding of up to £200 could be available to help with payment of course fees, depending on your personal circumstances.
This support will be available for people who are 16 or over, living in Scotland and either in low paid work or actively seeking work. To be eligible, you must have income of £22,000 a year or less, or be on certain benefits.
You will also not be undertaking any secondary, further or higher education, SDS funded training or participating on the Community Jobs Scotland programme.
Please contact your local college centre for more information about eligibility, or call us on 01397 874000.
What can I do on completion of my course?
This course will boost your CV and make you a more effective manager.
Is there more information available online?
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