IOSH Managing Safely Refresher Video Conference

Course Information
  • 1 day
  • 12:1
  • Video Conference
  • £1155 per course plus £45 per person registration fee

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Course Information
  • 1 day
  • 12:1
  • Video Conference
  • £1155 per course plus £45 per person registration fee

  • Course Aim:


    The Managing Safely refresher course is for delegates who have already completed the full Managing safely course. For delegates to be eligible to take the Refresher course, they must do so within three years of completing their Managing safely course. Not only will delegates get to refresh their knowledge on the key parts of the full Managing safely course, there’s also a much greater emphasis on monitoring, auditing and reviewing, which is learned through two practical case studies. The course materials have been piloted too, to make sure they work in practice.

Further Information:


Thinking back
A personal reflection from delegates on what they took away from the full Managing safely course and a discussion on what each delegate wants to get from the Refresher course. Delegates will also revisit the key reasons for managing safely in an engaging and participative way.

Refreshing your knowledge
Through an interactive quiz and group discussion, delegates will refresh their knowledge of the key learning points from the full Managing safely course.

Building on what you know
Delegates will learn why leadership and management is important, their role in influencing managing safely, changes to legislation that affect them, how you can work with the Plan, Do, Check and Act model, and why effective communication is essential.

Putting managing safely into practice
Carrying out a site audit – this practical part of the course will see delegates working in pairs or small groups to review and comment on monitoring checklists based on the operations of a real business, to help them understand why monitoring and reporting are important parts of an organisation’s safety and health arrangements.

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