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IOSH MANAGING SAFELY
BLOCK COURSE DATES 2013:
8th-11th April 2013
PLACES AVAILABLE PLEASE RING
COST: £440 + VAT PER PERSON INCLUSIVE OF WORKBOOK & CERTIFICATE
Module 1 – Introducing managing safely
Module 2 – Assessing risks
Module 3 – Controlling risks
Module 4 – Understanding your responsibilities
Module 5 – Identifying hazards
Module 6 – Investigating accidents and incidents
Module 7 – Measuring performance
Module 8 – Protecting our environment
Section 1 – Syllabus
Managing safely has been designed to give managers an
understanding of how to deal with health and safety
issues in the workplace, and make them aware of their
Total course time of 24 hours, including assessments –
usually delivered over four or five days.
Who should attend?
Managers and supervisors in any sector, from any
organisation, who have to manage risk and resources.
On successful completion of the course, you should make
sure that delegates understand the answers to the
• why is it important to manage safely?
• what are their responsibilities as a manager?
• what is risk?
• what is a risk assessment?
• how are risk assessments carried out?
• how do you reduce risks and which risk control
methods do you use?
• what does the law require a manager to do?
• how does the law work?
• what are the key parts of a health and safety
• what are common hazards?
• what can be done about common hazards?
• how do accidents and incidents happen?
• why do accidents and incidents need investigating?
• how do you carry out an accident investigation?
• what’s performance measurement about?
• how do you measure health and safety performance?
• what is auditing?
• what is the impact of industry on the environment?
• how can pollution and waste be controlled?
• what are the main elements of an environmental