IOSH – Managing Safely

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September, 2019

About This Course

The Institution of Occupational safety and Health (IOSH) Working Safely training is intended to introduce learners the concepts of Safety Management Systems teaching de-facto best practices for managing occupational health & safety. This course is aimed at all persons aspiring for or already employed in managerial roles, including supervisors, team leaders, etc. aimed at developing competence in risk identification and management. Learners will gain better understanding of their responsibilities in health and safety and how best to manage overarching issues within their span of control.

What you will gain

  • Recognise the effects of poor health and safety management
  • Understand the benefits of systematic management
  • Recognise significant hazards 
  • Understand the principles of risk assessment
  • Explore options for the control of risks
  • Investigate accidents and incidents 
  • Measure health and safety performance in the workplace 
  • Recognise the need for environmental protection measure

What you will learn

  • Integrating health and safety with managers’ roles 
  • Costs associated with failure
  • H&S as a profit-centre
  • Legal controls and individual responsibilities 
  • Workplace hazards – physical and psychological
  • Principles of risk assessment 
  • Approaches to controlling risk – control hierarchy 
  • Accident/incident reporting and investigation 
  • Monitoring standards – proactive and reactive measures 
  • Waste and pollution – environmental impacts

Target Group

  • All persons aspiring for or already employed in managerial roles, including supervisors, team leaders

Meet the team

Gwamba Gerald
Haula Bayigga
Coordinator, School of Energy and Natural Resources
  • Duration:

3 Days

  • Mode of Delivery:

Online or Face to face

  • Cost:

UGX 1,199,000  which covers costs of training, international assessment, certification as well as post-training support

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