IOSH Managing Safely (Classroom)

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What is IOSH Managing Safely?

This classroom IOSH Managing safely course leads to a market leading certificate, that will provide you with practical skills and knowledge to managing health and safety within your team. It is a basic risk management course which offers an understanding of the practical actions needed to support your team and maintain your organisation’s reputation.

What's Included in the IOSH Managing Safely Course?

This classroom IOSH Managing Safely course has been successfully completed by 1000’s of people. IOSH Managing Safely certification enables you to understand concepts in effective risk management and then confidently use them in the workplace.

Delivery Method

Traditional Classroom

Key Facts

  • Duration: 3 days to complete
  • Exams Short multiple choice test and practical risk assessment

Content

Module 1 - Introducing Managing Safely

  • The three key reasons - moral, legal and financial for managing safety
  • Manager responsibility and accountability for safety and health in the workplace

Module 2 - Assessing Risk

  • Definitions of the terms hazard-hazardous event-risk
  • Definition of the term risk assessment
  • Definition of the terms likelihood and consequence
  • Risk assessment process and the risk rating systems
  • The benefits of carrying out risk assessment

Module 3 - Controlling Risks

  • Definition of the term reasonably practicable
  • How to evaluate risk using a risk matrix and how to control those risks
  • How to reduce risk by applying the hierarchy of risk control
  • How implementing risk controls impact incident and consequences of incident
  • Definition of the term residual risk
  • Modules 2 and Module 3 include a practical activity to spot hazards, assess and control risk.

Module 4 - Understanding Responsibilities

  • An overview of what the law requires an organisation to do to protect H&S of workers and other people under its control
  • Definition of the term reasonably foreseeable
  • The three knowledge tests to help determine reasonably foreseeable risks: common, industry and expert knowledge
  • The difference between criminal law and civil law in relation to health and safety
  • The possible outcomes of not working inside the law
  • Where to find legal guidance
  • Key elements of a health and safety management system
  • Why leadership is an essential part of a health and safety management system

Module 5 - Common Hazards

  • The six main hazard categories and how hazards can fall into more than one category
  • Common hazards in the workplace, their effects and symptoms and how to manage them

Module 6 - Investigating accidents and incidents

  • Definition of the terms incident-accident-near miss.
  • Reasons to investigate incidents
  • The benefits of incident investigation
  • Definition of the terms immediate-underlying-root causes
  • The actions to be taken following and incident
  • Incident reporting
  • The stages of a structured approach to incident investigation

Module 7 - Measuring Performance

  • What types of information performance indicators can help to improve safety and health in the workplace
  • The Characteristics of good key performance indicators
  • The difference between proactive and reactive performance indictors
  • What is meant by auditing
  • The two types of auditing: internal and external
  • Types of evidence used in an audit

Bonus Module - Human Factors

  • Organisation factors including safety culture and managers
  • Individual factors, attitude, personality, abilities, training and
  • development, motivation and perception of risk
  • Human failure
  • Job factors
  • Violations

Exam Overview

You will be required to undertake a 45-minute multiple choice test, comprised of 30 questions. A score of at least 36 out of 60 is required to pass.

You will also need to conduct and submit a skill-based workplace risk assessment within two weeks of completing your course material.

You must pass both units to achieve your full IOSH Managing Safely.

Entry Requirements

The IOSH Managing Safely is open to everyone and does not require any prior qualifications or prerequisites.

While the course is aimed at those in managerial and supervisory positions, experience in these fields is not necessarily required to take the course. This means applicants do not require any knowledge of health and safety prior to taking the course.

Further Studying

FAQ

Does the IOSH Managing Safely certificate expire?

No, the certificate doesn’t expire, however IOSH do recommend that you attend a IOSH Managing Safely Refresher e-learning course every three years.

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