Do you employ people who are responsible for health and safety within your business, and / or are you responsible for health and safety ?
If so are you or they adequately trained? The Health & Safety At Work Act 1974 Section 2 (c) quotes “the provision of such information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety at work of his employees ”
We are running an IOSH Managing Safely Course from our Stafford Offices 30, 31st March, 7 & 8th April 2015.(4 day course)
This course goes some way to help you understand your legal, moral and financial obligations in respect to UK Health and Safety.
The course is NOT death by Power Point. It is interactive, and aims to build participants knowledge of health and safety and uses examples and scenarios of actual events to help people understand how the law applies, how and where risk assessments are necessary and how to write risk assessments. If an accident happens, how to prepare to carry out an investigation and the steps to be taken including (where necessary reporting under RIDDOR regulations) etc. The course also covers health and safety monitoring both reactive and proactive, as well as explaining your responsibilities .
Upon successful completion of the course you will receive an IOSH Managing Safely certificate which is recognised throughout businesses in the UK as you having a good basic understanding of health and safety requirements.
Course costs £480 + VAT per person and includes comprehensive course notes, light lunch and refreshments, and associated exam and certificate fees.
Places are limited so book early. A 5% discount will be applied to all bookings made and paid for by 28 February 2015.