IOSH Managing Safely Certificate

Do you need to get your organisation’s line-managers, team leaders, and supervisors better equipped to manage the health and safety risks of their activities?

Do you need help persuading them of the value of managing more safely, both to the organisation and to themselves?

Do you need a classroom course and a trainer who will support your attempts to:

  • Influence your managers’ behaviours for the better.
  • Improve your health and safety culture.
  • Help your managers take ownership of the health and safety impact of their day to day decisions?

If so, the East Riding College IOSH Managing Safely classroom course is for you!

The course is designed as an introduction to health and safety in the workplace for managers. It concentrates on training the manager to apply sound management principles to health and safety issues as part of the overall management strategy.

If you only have one person, or just a small number of people who require training, we hold regular sessions at our St James Centre in Hull, just off the A63. Ample parking is available, and we are a short walk from the train station.

For larger groups of 5 or more staff, consider a group booking for which discounts are available and alternative dates can be arranged to suit you. We can deliver the training at your premises nationwide if that is your preference

To find out more or to enrol and pay online, go to our main health and safety courses page.

This course is available on 10 November, Course Code K0007JXFPA,  12 January 2021, Course Code K0007JXFPB, 23 February, Course Code K0007JXFPC, 13 April, Course Code K0007JXFPD or 8 June, Course Code K0007JXFPE, all at the Hull campus.

What will I study?

The programme is structured in seven modules. Modules contain presentations, group exercises, and group discussions. The training programme can be spread over a variety of periods to suit individual needs.

The main modules are:

  • Introducing managing safely 
  • Assessing risks
  • Controlling risks
  • Understanding your responsibilities
  • Identifying hazards
  • Investigating accidents and incidents
  • Measuring performance

How will I be assessed?

Assessment takes two forms: An end of course multi-format assessment lasting 45 minutes, and the submission of a risk assessment project within two weeks of the end of the course. 

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for the course. 

What next?

 Students from the course may progress to the NEBOSH General Certificate in Health and Safety

Additional information

For start dates and fees, consult the part-time course guides online or you can request a prospectus by post.

 

For start dates and fees, consult the relevant course guides below or you can request a prospectus by post.

Higher Education Apprenticeship Guide 2019 Full-time Course Guide 2020 Part-Time Autumn Course Guide