Quality Support in Safe Hands

7 Mar 2016

IOSH Managing Safely Course 
May 2016

Right Directions are running an IOSH Managing Safely Course in May at Hadleigh Pool & Leisure in conjunction with South Suffolk Leisure with places available to book.  
 
Managing Safely is designed for managers and supervisors. It's designed to get managers up-to-speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle safety and health in their teams. 
 
Course Dates & Location 
 
Hadleigh Pool & Leisure, South Suffolk 
 
Monday 23rd May, Wednesday 25th May, Thursday 26th May, Friday 27th May 2016 
 
Course Objectives 
 
Managing Safely gives delegates the knowledge and tools to tackle the safety and health issues they're responsible for. Importantly, it brings home just why safety and health is such an essential part of the job. 
 
Memorable and thought-provoking facts, figures and case studies help to deepen insights during the course. Each module is backed by crystal-clear examples and recognisable scenarios specific to the leisure industry. The course includes a workbook complete with checklists and other materials for delegates to use when they get back to work. 
 
Duration of the Course 
 
Managing Safely is a 4 day course plus a work based assessment which must be completed within 3 weeks of undertaking the course. The cost of the course is £395 per place. 
 
Qualification 
 
Delegates will receive a nationally recognised IOSH Manging Safely Certificate 
 
What will they learn? 
 
Managing safely improves safety awareness and is an industry recognised qualification. The Course comprises of the below modules: 
Assessing risks 
Controlling risks 
Understanding responsibilities 
Understanding hazards 
Investigating incidents 
Measuring performance 
Protecting our environment 
 
Assessment 
 
A multiple choice written examination will be undertaken at the end of Day 4 
Risk Assessment Workplace project 
 
For further information on alternative course dates and locations  
or to book your place now please contact Right Directions

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