IOSH Managing Safely Certificate (Code 1702IOSH)

7th - 10th February 2017

Location Central London
Contact Kay Bain
Tel 020 7248 5942
Details ‘‘A nationally recognised IOSH Managing Safely certificate for Facilities Management’’

For most FMs health and safety plays a pivotal role in day-to-day operations, and many employers now look for candidates with some sort of accreditation such as IOSH or NEBOSH training.

This course introduces practical controls to enable best practice in H&S for your organisation. Managing common hazards will help you to reduce sickness and absenteeism; improve the quality and productivity of your workforce and reduce costs such as healthcare, insurance premiums and compensation claims.

Accredited by the Institution of Occupational Health & Safety, the world's leading professional body for H&S practitioners.

• The H&S responsibilities of managers
• Assessing & controlling risks
• Identifying & managing common hazards
• Checking performance & learning from losses
• Protecting our environment

The nationally recognised IOSH ‘Managing Safely’ certificate is awarded to delegates upon successful completion of a written assessment (based on multiple-choice questions) and a work- based project after the course

IOSH Managing Safely Refresher - If you have already achieved an IOSH Managing Safely certificate within the last 3 years and would like a refresher, you can attend this one-day course and strengthen both your H&S and FM credentials. Your new certificate will be called IOSH Managing Safely in Practice and will be awarded upon successful completion of a written assessment based on multiple choice questions - for further information please email

For further information on content or fees & to book a place click the website link above, email or call 020 7248 5942

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