Embark CDM Services
Approved IOSH Training Providers
Embark's IOSH accredited Managing Safely course gives managers and supervisors the knowledge and skills they need to manage health and safety within their teams.
Upon successful completion of the course and assessment, students are awarded a Managing Safely certificate from the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) – the world’s largest health and safety membership organisation.
With all training delivered by time served Health & Safety professionals, you are learning management techniques from real life situations and experiences.
• Introducing Managing Safely
• Assessing risks
• Controlling risks
• Understanding your responsibilities
• Identifying hazards
• Investigating accidents and incidents
• Measuring performance
Course Duration: 3 days
Assessment: Written exam and practical assessment.
Maximum Delegates: 12
WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE
THE COURSE TO BE DELIVERED?
We can visit your workplace and deliver the course on dates of your choice.
This is an effective way of training a group of people as it saves on travel costs and allows students to keep in touch with work.
The three-day course can be delivered as a single block or, if you prefer, on separate days. The exam is sat at the end of the course and the work-based risk assessment task is submitted within two weeks.
The three-day course is delivered in a well-equipped training centre.
Students are challenged to set up a new business and put in place the measures required to ensure the health, safety and welfare of employees and others. Students are immersed in a realistic workplace scenario and are faced with a series of team challenges.
The student-centred nature of the exercise allows learners to draw on existing knowledge and instincts. The tutor acts as facilitator and adviser, rather than ‘lecturer’.
This innovative approach not only prepares students for their IOSH Managing Safely assessment, but equips them to play an active role in managing health and safety in their own workplaces.
The examination is sat at the end of the course and the work-based risk assessment task is submitted within two weeks of taking the exam.