IOSH Working Safely

At 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 to report accidents, incidents and near misses

Delegates can improve 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 what 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

Course Assessment

  • The Written Course Assessment has 10 multiple choice answer questions
  • The Practical Assessment has 3 sets of pictures each with 3 different hazards

The 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).

Furthermore, successful classroom delegates can apply for a CSCS Green Labourer card provided they have also passed the CITB Health, Safety and Environment Operatives test. They can also 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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Price: £165.00

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