IOSH Leading Safely

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  • 1 day
  • 12:1
  • Warrington, Stafford, Client's Site or Video Conference
  • £2048 per course

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Course Information
  • 1 day
  • 12:1
  • Warrington, Stafford, Client's Site or Video Conference
  • £2048 per course

  • Course Aim:


    Designed for those with leadership responsibilities including Directors, CEO’s & Senior Management. As a senior executive, your time is precious. That’s why we've designed our Leading Safely course in conjunction with business leaders to cover only what you need, in as short a time as possible. Whatever the size of your organisation, the course will show you how investing in safety and health can reap valuable business benefits.

Further Information:


  • Recognising the value of strategic safety and health and its integration into business management systems and performance
  • Understanding your safety and health responsibilities
  • Appreciating the consequences of poor safety and health
  • Planning the overall directing for safety and health in your organisation
  • Understanding the importance of resourcing your safety and health management system
  • Knowing why you should monitor and review your safety and health performance
  • Initial diagnostic questionnaire on your safety and health leadership behaviours.
  • Personalised report based on your responses, including recommendations on actions to take and improvements to make.
  • Case study review, tailored to your industry - how things can go wrong, then ‘getting it right’, including a follow-on scenario based around putting improvements in place using Plan-Do-Check-Act HSMS and integration into business systems.
  • Assessment is completion of a personal commitment– a set of actions to take following the recommendations in you report and other learning.

 

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