The course is designed for managers and supervisors from any size company in any sector with responsibility for managing risk and resources. No previous qualifications or training is required.
IOSH: Managing Safely (Day Release) 27th October 2020 (Hemel Hempstead)
Dates of Course: Tues: 27th October, Mon: 02nd & 09th November 2020
12 Place(s) Available!
- Introduction to Managing Safely
- First Aid
- Risk Assessment
- Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations COSHH 2002
- Workplace Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations 1992
- Manual Handling
- Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
- Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992 (DSE)
- Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
- Noise at Work Regulations
- Personal Protective Equipment at Work
- Regulations 1992 (PPE)
- Effective Safety Management Systems
Assessment for this course consists of:
- A 1 hour closed book written assessment (part multiple choice, part written answer) on the last day of the course.
- A practical risk assessment project and management report carried out in the delegate’s workplace within 6 weeks of the course.
A score of 50% or more must be achieved for both written and practical assessments. An aggregate of 55% overall must be achieved to entitle the candidate to receive a Managing Safely certificate.
Delegates attending and successfully completing both the practical and written assessments will be awarded a certificate from IOSH.
Course delegates can re-sit assessments at the next possible opportunity if you have failed or been absent from the assessment with good reason. You are not automatically re-entered, so you must notify the course administrator of your intention to re-sit by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. If it is agreed, you will receive confirmation of the decision once your request has been considered.
There will be a fixed administration fee of £50 for each module to be re-attempted.
Any re-sits authorised will be in accordance the accrediting body scheme rules:
Delegates, who have attended all eight modules of the course will take the end-of-course assessments – (multi-format question paper and a risk assessment project). If they fail either of the assessments they can be given only one opportunity to re-sit either or both papers.