Project Description

IOSH Managing Safely (E-Learning)

Unit Standard: N/A

Course Type: Short Course (E-Learning)

Accredited: Yes

Accrediting Body: IOSH

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  • Credits: N/A
  • Duration: 16 – 32 Hours
  • Program Fee: R8450.00 (Per Learner)
  • NQF Level: N/A
  • Course Includes: 6 Months online access to all multimedia learning material & online tutor support
  • Learners: Per Learner Licence

Course Overview

The IOSH Managing Safely course is a fully accredited course and recognised as the same standard as classroom training.

The IOSH Managing Safely course will provide you with the practical knowledge and skills to effectively manage health and safety within your organisation, ensuring compliance with HSE legislation and a safe working environment for employees and stakeholders. It will demonstrate a commitment to good health and safety practice which is important for the reputation of organization’s.

(Course includes a 45 minute multiple choice test and practical workplace risk assessment assignment)

Who should attend this course?

The IOSH Managing Safely is a basic risk management health and safety certification for employees in a line management or supervisory role who need to get up to speed with their responsibilities for health and safety in a flexible and practical approach.

Why should you attend this course?

The IOSH Managing Safely course is an internationally recognised certification. It will enhance your career within health and safety and put you in good standing for further professional study.

What you will learn

  • Introducing Managing Safely: why is it important to manage safely and what are your responsibilities as a manager?
  • Investigating Accidents and Incidents Safely: how do accidents and incidents happen, how do you carry out an investigation, and why investigate accidents and incidents?
  • Human Factors: what are human factors and how does human failure contribute to the cause of accidents?

  • Assessing Risk: what is risk, what is a risk assessment, and how are risk assessments carried out?

  • Controlling Risk: how do you reduce risk, and how do you decide which risk control to use?

  • Understanding Managers Responsibilities: what does the law require managers to do, how does the law work, and what are the key parts of a health and safety management system?

  • Common Hazards: what are common hazards, and what can you do about common hazards?

  • Measuring Performance: what is performance measurement about, how do you measure health and safety performance, and what is auditing?

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