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IOSH – Managing Safely


Duration : 4 Days | Mode : Online/Classroom

IOSH Managing Safely is unlike any other safety and health course. Why? Because it delivers practical step-by-step guidance with a sharp business focus that’s hands-on and jargon-free. The innovative format and content is engaging and inspiring – critical to embedding safety and health throughout your entire organization.


Provides the knowledge and tools required to manage safely or as 2nd or 3rd party auditors

Peace of mind from training that’s designed and quality-controlled by Institution of Occupational Safety and Health UK. . Flexibility of delivery that suits to all

Internationally recognized and respected HSE certification.

Efficient and effective learning – health, safety and environmental basics covered in a single program.

All candidates will get IOSH MS text book for future reference.

Foundation to achieve all international HSE certifications.

Easy assessment, only 30 objective type questions (Multiple choice).


Module 1 – Introducing Managing Safely

Why is it important to manage safely?

What are your responsibilities as a Manager/HSE?

Module 2 – Assessing Risks

What is Risk?.

What is risk Assessment?

How are risk assessments carried out?

Module 3 – Controlling Risks

How do you reduce Risk?

How do decide which risk control to use?

Module 4 – Understanding your responsibilities

What does the law require you to do?

How does the law work?

What are the key parts of health and safety management system?

Module 5 – Identifying Hazards

What are common hazards?

What can you do about common hazards?

Module 6 – Investigating Accidents and Incidents

Why investigate accidents and incidents?

How do accidents and incidents happen?

How do you carry out an investigation?

Module 7 – Measuring Performance

What’s performance measurement about?

How do you measure health and safety performance?

What is auditing?