IOSH Working Safely Course

Working Safely from IOSHAt the end of the IOSH Working Safely course each delegate should be able to:

Understand the need for working safely and not to put others at risk
Define the terms hazard, risk and risk controls
Explain the importance of risk assessment
Appreciate the role of workplace precautions
Describe a health and safety management system
Identify lines of health and safety communication and safety signs and signals
Be aware of emergency and accident plans in their workplace
Know how and to whom to report accidents, incidents and near misses
Delegates can further their knowledge and qualifications by attending the IOSH Managing Safely course

Introducing the IOSH Working Safely programme:
Why it is important to work safely. Moral, legal and economic duties. Defining hazard and risk
Understanding what kind of things can cause you and others harm. What is risk? How risks can be controlled. How to decide what you can do about risks
Identifying common hazards. Understanding what the common types of hazards are, and hat can be done about them
Improving safety performance. Knowing how an organisation can improve on safety. Recognising an individual’s and an organisation’s responsibilities. Knowing how is safety measured

The Written Course Assessment – 10 Multiple answer questions
The Practical – 3 Sets of pictures each with 3 different hazards

Our Working Safely course is recognised by CSCS as an equivalent to a Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (face-to-face courses only). This means that delegates who successfully complete a classroom based Working Safely course can apply for a CSCS green Labourer card once they have also passed the CITB Health, Safety and Environment Operatives Test

Delegates who successfully complete our Working Safely course can choose to receive the IOSH certificate and/or an IOSH Safety Passport as proof of their qualification

 

 
Prices shown include IOSH fees and VAT

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  • Course Date: 13 December 2019
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