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IOSH International Accredited Managing Safety

Course Overview

A basic qualification in safety and health for managers and supervisors in all organizations. The aim of the course is to “ensure that safety requirements are appreciated by people employed as line managers and enable them to review their own departmental systems for safety, introducing new controls or implementing changes as appropriate to make their workplace safer”.

Who this course is for

International Managing Safely is for non-health & safety expert personnel who have to manage risk & resources.

What will i gain from this course?

After successfully completing the course the manager will be better able to:

  • Apply basic management principles and practices to safety and health issues as part of a total management strategy.
  • Appreciate the main causes of accidents and be able to identify human factors in the causation of accidents.
  • Understand the implications of relevant specific and general legislation applying to health, safety and support guidance and standards.
  • Carry out effective safety tours and inspections which monitor standards and minimize risks.
  • Accept responsibility for and ensure the safety of others in particular the control of contractors.
  • Beware of significant health issues and appropriate means of avoiding occupational ill health.
  • An IOSH International Accredited Certificate


On successful completion of this four-days programme, after a short answer test and a practical assessment in the workplace, the delegate will receive an IOSH International Accredited Certificate.

Course Content & Scope

Element 1: The Day 1 elements include:

  • Registration, welcome and introductions.
  • Explanation of syllabus, outline of the examination written paper and practical risk assessment report.
  • Cost of accidents.
  • Legal systems & international standards.
  • Safety & Health management systems.
  • Health & Safety policy and consultation with workers.
  • Management of Health and Safety & Risk Assessments.

Element 2: On completion of this Day 2 element, candidates should be able to understand:

  • Safe systems.
  • Permits to work
  • Safety and Confined spaces
  • Safety monitoring
  • Workplace Health & Safety Welfare
  • Transport and safety signs
  • Control of hazardous substances

Element 3: On completion of this element on Day 3, candidates should be able to demonstrate understanding of:

  • Accident causation investigation, prevention & reporting.
  • First aid at work.
  • Noise and noise control.
  • Electrical safety.
  • Machinery safety.
  • Construction management safety.

Element 4: On completion of this last element, candidates should be able to:

  • Understand Manual Handling
  • Handle Fire prevention and precautions
  • Understand Human factors in accident prevention.
  • Pass a Written test