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IOSH Managing Safely



This training program is designed to equip managers and supervisors with the essential knowledge and skills to effectively manage health and safety in the workplace. It empowers leaders to promote a culture of safety within their organizations.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Implement workplace precaution hierarchies.

  • Identify the data and techniques required to produce an adequate record of an incident.

  • Prepare and use active monitoring checklists.

  • Explain the parts of a recognized Safety Management System.

  • Implement environmentally friendly systems.

  • Understand, assess and control risks, responsibilities.

  • Investigate accidents and incidents, measure performance.

  • Protect the environment.

Targeted Audience:

  • HSE personnel.

  • Office Managers.

  • Managers of the production process.

  • Engineers in maintenance.

  • Team Leaders.

  • Supervisors.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1:


  • Overview of health and safety management.

  • Legal responsibilities of employers and employees.

  • Importance of creating a safety culture within an organization.

  • Understanding common workplace hazards.

  • Introduction to risk assessment and control measures.

Unit 2:

Assessing Risks:

  • Identifying hazards in the workplace.

  • Understanding the principles of risk assessment.

  • Techniques for evaluating and prioritizing risks.

  • Implementing control measures to mitigate risks.

  • Monitoring and reviewing risk control measures.

Unit 3:

Controlling Risks:

  • Overview of different types of control measures (e.g., engineering, administrative, PPE).

  • Developing and implementing effective control strategies.

  • Importance of communication in ensuring the effectiveness of control measures.

  • Responding to incidents and emergencies.

  • Reviewing and updating control measures as necessary.

Unit 4:

Understanding Responsibilities:

  • Roles and responsibilities of employers, managers, and employees in maintaining safety.

  • Legal requirements for reporting incidents and accidents.

  • Importance of effective communication and consultation in health and safety management.

  • Strategies for promoting employee involvement and engagement.

  • Establishing accountability and performance indicators for health and safety.

Unit 5:

Investigating Incidents:

  • Overview of incident investigation procedures.

  • Importance of conducting thorough investigations.

  • Techniques for gathering evidence and interviewing witnesses.

  • Analyzing root causes of incidents and identifying contributing factors.

  • Developing corrective actions and implementing preventative measures to avoid similar incidents in the future.

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