IOSH Working Safely

Working Safely is an accredited Level 1 course for everyone at work, in any country. It provides a grounding in the essentials of health and safety at work over 1 day. It is also a ‘100%’ match for the HSE’s passport syllabus for site access.

Course Overview

  • Course Details         

  • Instructor Led Training
  • Duration: 1 day
  • Workshop size: 25 participants
  • Delivery: Classroom or Online
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Course Objectives

The course content covers:
  • An outline of occupational safety and health
  • Defining hazard and risk
  • Identifying common hazards
  • Improving safety performance 

Training Techniques 

A variety of training techniques will be used including:
  • Experiential learning
  • Case studies
  • Group learning and discussion
  • Individual challenges
  • Training videos  

Overview

Here is what we will cover in
this course

Module 1 - Introducing Working Safely

• A look at global statistics regrading health and safety at work

Module 2 – Defining hazard and risk

• Identifying hazards
• Identifying people at risk
• Risk estimation and evaluation
• Active completion of risk assessment – during module
• Hazard spotting – three workplace scenarios

Module 3 – Identifying hazards

• Common hazards

• How those hazards affect us

• How to control those hazards


Module 4 – Improving safety 

• H&S management systems
• Human behaviour
• Accident / near-miss investigation
• Communication and consultation
• Emergency procedures and first aid

Multiple choice / Hazard spotting Assessment

ABOUT THE ACCREDITATION

IOSH Accreditation

IOSH stands for The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health - a leading health and safety membership organisation and Chartered body. IOSH lead the way when it comes to health and safety practices in the workplace.
Patrick Jones - Course author