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Certificate
IOSH Working safely certificate or credit card-sized IOSH passport card
Duration
1 Day
Who is it for
Anyone needing a grounding of health and safety
Fitness
No specific fitness requirements
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IOSH Working Safely training course

IOSH Working Safely

IOSH have developed the IOSH Working Safely course because personnel working in any sector deserve to understand about health and safety.

The high-impact programme aims to boost business performance and staff motivation by focusing on best practice rather than legislation.

IOSH Working Safely is designed to be entertaining and inclusive which provides delegates with the knowledge and confidence to make a real different to their own wellbeing, as well as the wellbeing of others.


Course Overview

The IOSH Working Safely course is comprised of five modules which are delivered in one day.

Each module summarises the key health and safety elements which will be reinforced by a combination of clear case study examples and thought-provoking facts from recognisable scenarios.

Delegates will participate in informal and interactive quizzes and discussions before evaluating their knowledge with multi-format questions and hazard spotting exercises.


Course Objectives 

Delegates completing an IOSH Working Safely course will be able to;

  • Define hazards and risks
  • Identify common hazards
  • Improve overall safety and performance in the workplace
  • Demonstrate safety awareness and appreciation of safety measures

Course Content

An IOSH Working Safely course includes;

    1. Introducing working safely
    2. Defining hazard and risk
    3. Identifying common hazards
    4. Improving safety performance
    5. Protecting our environment


Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for an IOSH Working Safely course.


Not sure this is the right course for you? If you’re a manager or supervisor, why not take a look at our IOSH Managing Safely course >>