IOSH Managing Safely - Essential Training for School Management Teams

To be completed by: Fri 26 Jan 2018

Time: -Fri 26 Jan 2018 | Venue:

Do you have a senior manager who is suitably qualified to lead on health and safety? The Safety Team and the Health and Safety Executive strongly recommend that each school has at least one member of staff who has completed 'IOSH Managing Safely' (or equivalent) - 70% of Bradford schools now do!

IOSH Managing Safely Training

The Health and Safety Executive has strongly recommended that at least one member of a school management team undertakes appropriate health and safety training. 'IOSH Managing Safely' meets this requirement and will equip school managers with the minimum basic knowledge needed to deal with health and safety issues effectively on a day to day basis. The Occupational Safety team always strongly recommends that a senior member of staff completes this course (if they haven't already) during our routine visits.

We have had (almost) exclusively positive feedback with comments along the lines of 'what an eye opener' and 'I never realised the importance of health and safety before'. The course aims to bust myths, but also arms you with the tools to approach health and safety in a balanced and proportionate manner.

Please note that the course is aimed at staff in a managerial role - 'working safely' is more appropriate for many site staff.

The course is delivered in a classroom environment (2 days one week, 2 days the next).

A new set of dates is now available, as follows:

29, 30 Jan & 5,6 February 2018 @City Hall, Hall Ings, Bradford, BD1 1HY West Yorkshire - 9.30am - 5.00pm

To book places please go to the workforce development BSO page  here

An E-learning version of IOSH Managing Safely is also currently available, if you are interested in this method of study please email or call 01274 431007 for further information.


Published: 16/01/2018
Audience: Head Teachers, Business Managers, other members of management teams with health and safety responsib
Contact: Adam Varley

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