What is the IOSH Working Safely course?
IOSH Working Safely is a one-day course which covers the essentials of health and safety within a working environment. The course is designed to be a high-impact programme, delivered with an enjoyable, interactive and stimulating learning approach. Ultimately, IOSH Working Safely will give you a basic understanding of the principles of health and safety in the workplace.
What will I learn on the IOSH Working Safely course?
Health and safety is everyone’s responsibility. The IOSH Working Safely course will teach you that small changes in everyday behaviours can be crucial in keeping you and your colleagues safe, and how risks are assessed within the workplace. The course will cover key topics such as identifying common workplace hazards, assessing and controlling risks and understanding legal responsibilities. In addition, it also touches on how business performance and staff motivation can be improved through good health and safety practices as well as the relevant laws associated with health and safety.
Who should attend an IOSH Working Safely course?
This course is suitable for employees at all levels and in all industries. You do not need any prior knowledge or understanding of health and safety to attend this course, as IOSH Working Safely was developed to create a common understanding of health and safety among employees from entry-level positions to Managers and Supervisors. Whether you have an office-based role, factory, manufacturing plant, retail or any other work environment, this course will provide you with essential knowledge and skills to contribute to safer working.
IOSH Working Safely is a 1-day course
There are no formal entry requirements for this course, although you will need a good understanding of spoken and written English. You will not need any prior health and safety knowledge or qualifications for this course. If you have any worries or concerns please call or chat with us online.
The video below gives you an insight into the IOSH Working Safely course.