IOSH Working Safely Training:  

 

 

Synopsis:

IOSH’s Working safely training course is designed for people at any level in any sector, and meets the government’s guidelines for introductory health and safety training. It’s a 100% match to the Health and Safety Executive’s ‘Passport’ syllabus. Full of step-by-step guidance you’ll find that the highly innovative format and content inspires delegates – critical to getting essential health and safety messages across.

Pre-Requisites:

No pre course work is required for this IOSH Working Safely course and is suitable for managers and supervisors in any sector and any organisation who is required to manage risk and resources within their organisation.

Course Outline:

Working safely is a one day training course offering jargon-free health and safety basics. The high quality animated graphics and presentation materials make it fun and engaging. You’ll find everything you need in the pack including a board game and quizzes.

Course Content

This course follows the content of the IOSH syllabus:

  • Introduction to working safely
  • Defining hazard and risk
  • Identifying common hazards
  • Improving safety performance
  • Protecting our environment

Learning Outlines:

On successful completion of the course, delegates should be able to:

  • Work Safely
  • Define hazard and risks
  • Identify common hazards
  • Improve safety performance
  • Protect our environment

For delegates who attend the course and successfully complete the written and practical assessments, there is a choice of accreditation, either an IOSH Working Safely certificate or an IOSH passport card.

Duration:

1 Day

No of Delegates – The Total Number of delegates that can sit this is course is a maximum of 12 to uphold the quality of our training and to ensure the course is properly embedded to achieve the companies/individual goals.

Prices – £849 (ex VAT)  Per day for up to 12 delegates trained onsite

(An additional charge for travel will be applied at 40p per mile from Sequence HQ to your premises)