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The Importance of Managing Safely

Managing Safely is designed for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation worldwide.

Managing Safely covers…

  • Assessing risks

  • Controlling risks

  • Understanding responsibilities

  • Understanding hazards

  • Investigating incidents

  • Measuring performance

They won’t suddenly become safety experts – but they’ll get up-to-speed on the practical actions they need to take, and gain the knowledge and tools to tackle the safety and health issues they’re responsible for. Importantly, Managing Safely makes a powerful case for safety and health being an integral part of day-to-day management and business.

What does your business get?

  • Peace of mind from training that’s designed and quality-controlled by the Chartered body for safety and health professionals, IOSH

  • Flexibility: the programme can be delivered flexibly so that it suits your business

  • Efficient and effective learning: health, safety and environmental basics are covered in a single programme

  • Globally-recognised, respected and certificated training for your managers and supervisors

What results can I expect?

  • Greater productivity, from fewer hours lost due to sickness and accidents

  • Improved company-wide safety awareness culture and appreciation of safety measures

  • Active staff involvement to improve the workplace

  • Enhanced reputation within your supply chain

A one-day Managing Safely Refresher course is available to delegates who have already completed the full Managing Safely course.

Every manager needs an understanding of their safety and health responsibilities.

If you require IOSH Managing Safely Training for yourself, or your employees, don't hesitate to get in contact. We run courses every month, with our next beginning on the 10th July.

01782 438813

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