THE INSTITUE OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (IOSH) - WORKING SAFELY
IOSH are the chartered professional body for health & safety, their philosophy is to uphold and champion the very best health & safety practice in the workplace.
Coast Risk Management Ltd. are proud to be an accredited training centre with IOSH.
This 1-day course is designed for any worker in any industry as it meets the government's guidelines for introductory health and safety training.
Working Safely is for people at any level, in any sector worldwide, who need a grounding in the essentials of safety and health. It gives everyone at work an understanding of why they must ‘work safely’ – and does it in an enjoyable way.
The course aims to equip employees with important health and safety information they need to know, helping to encourage and make a real difference in providing a safe working environment.
Working Safely will meet your requirement for essential health and safety training and on successful completion of the course you will be issued with an IOSH certificate or a 'safety passport' card.
IOSH Working Safely is recognised by the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) as equivalent to a Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment so helps when applying for a CSCS card to work on a UK construction site.
The course is designed over 5 areas of study:
- Module 1: Introducing Working Safely
- Module 2: Defining Hazard and Risk
- Module 3: Identifying Common Hazards
- Module 4: Improving Safety Performance
- Module 5: Protecting our Environment
To help prepare candidates for end-of-course examinations, interactive assignments, quizzes and refreshing core information methods are used.
In order to successfully complete the course and gain IOSH certification, delegates must complete an examination to assess their learning and demonstrate the application of gained knowledge.
If you require more information on IOSH WS or to discuss your requirements in more detail, please call: 01723 381900, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, use ‘Request Callback' to the right, or click the online enquiry button below.