- Genuine IOSH Managing Safely® Course approved by IOSH and delivered online by us
- All course fees are included – there are no hidden charges
- Most learners complete the course in 16-24 hours
- Works on PC, tablet or smartphone (with internet access)
- 100% online, including the final assessment
- To give managers and supervisors an understanding of everyone’s safety and health responsibilities in the workplace
- To enable managers and supervisors to recognise how they can influence, control and monitor risk to improve safety and health issues in the workplace
By the end of this course, learners will be able to:
- Describe the key reasons to manage safety and health in the workplace
- Define the key terms relating to safety and health
- Identify how the law can have an impact on safety and health in the workplace
- Describe how to assess, reduce and control risk in the workplace
- Identify workplace hazards and risks, their impact and how to manage them
- Identify how to evaluate and respond to an incident
- List the benefits and characteristics of an effective health and safety management system
- Describe the principles that underpin good safety and health performance
Module 1 – Introducing managing safely
- The three key moral, legal and financial reasons for managing safely
- Manager responsibility and accountability for safety and health in the workplace
Module 2 – Assessing risks
- The definitions of the terms hazard, hazardous event and risk
- The definition of the term risk assessment
- The definitions of the terms likelihood and consequence
- The risk assessment process and risk rating system
- The benefits of carrying out risk assessment
Module 3 – Controlling the risks
- The definition of the term ‘reasonably practicable’
- How to evaluate risk using a risk matrix and how to control those risks
- How to reduce risk by applying the ‘hierarchy of risk control’
- How implementing risk controls can impact the likelihood of an incident, consequence of an incident or both factors
- The definition of the term ‘residual risk’
Module 4 – Understanding responsibilities
- What the law requires an organisation to do to protect the safety and health of workers and other persons under its control
- The definition of the term ‘reasonably foreseeable’
- The three knowledge tests to help determine ‘reasonably foreseeable’ risks: common, industry and expert knowledge
- The difference between criminal law and civil law in relation to safety and health
- The possible outcomes of not working within the law
- Where to find help and guidance for working within the law
- The key parts, and the elements of each part, of a health and safety management system
- The key benefits of introducing a health and safety management system
- Why leadership is an essential part of a health and safety management system
Module 5 – Understanding hazards
- The six main hazard categories and how hazards can fall into more than one group
- Common hazards in the workplace, their effects and symptoms and how to manage them including:
- Access and egress
- Aggression and violence
- Chemicals and harmful substances
- Computer workstations
- Confined spaces
- Drugs and alcohol
- Housekeeping and welfare
- Infection prevention and control
- Manual handling
- Plant and machinery
- Slips and trips
- Vehicles and transport safety
Module 6 – Investigating incidents
- The definitions of the terms incident, accident and near miss
- The reasons to investigate incidents
- The benefits of incident investigation
- The definitions of the terms immediate, underlying and root causes in relation to incidents
- The actions to be taken following an incident
- Incident reporting
- The stages of a structured approach to incident investigation
Module 7 – Measuring performance
- What types of information performance indicators can give to help improve safety and health in the workplace
- The characteristics of good key performance indicators
- The differences between proactive and reactive performance indicators
- What is meant by auditing
- The two types of auditing: internal and external
- Types of evidence used in an audit
To complete this course, learners must pass the IOSH Managing Safely® Exam and Project. The cost of both the exam and project are already included in the cost of the course.
The IOSH Managing Safely® Exam demonstrates the student’s understanding of the information contained within the course. The exam is taken online, so there is no need to attend a training centre. The exam consists of multiple choice questions and must be completed within 45 minutes. Students will need to achieve at least 36 points from a possible 60 to pass the exam. Students can have two attempts at the exam. A student will have to resit the whole course if they do not achieve the required marks on the second attempt.
The IOSH Managing Safely® Project demonstrates the student’s ability to conduct a risk assessment. The assessment can be conducted at the workplace, or anywhere with which the student is familiar. The project is completed online and must be emailed to the HSQE tutors for assessment. Draft copies of the project can be sent to the tutor before formal assessment. The project template consists of three pages:
- Page 1 is for administrative details and allows you to describe the scope that your risk assessment applies to
- Page 2 is for your risk assessment, based on a format explained in the course
- Page 3 is guidance on how to complete your project
Students need to achieve at least 23 points from a possible 38 points to pass the project.
Purchasing your course(s)
You can purchase your course(s) online using a debit/credit card. To purchase online, simply select how many users you want the course(s) for, then click on the ‘Add to basket’ button on this page.
You can purchase your course(s) over the phone using a debit/credit card. To pay over the phone, please call 0333 733 1111 between 0900 and 1700 hours Monday to Friday to talk to one of our Support Team.
Please contact us at [email protected] if you would rather pay by BACS transfer. You will need to provide in the email your name, postal address, email address, what course(s) you require and the quantity of courses that you require. We will issue you with an invoice and contact details.
Receiving login details (online and phone purchases)
You will be sent an email from [email protected] once you have made you purchase online or over the phone. Please check your email SPAM / JUNK folder if you do not receive the email as it may get blocked by your email firewall. If you have not received it within one hour, and it is not in your SPAM / JUNK folder, you can email [email protected] for a duplicate copy to be sent to you.
If you are a returning customer or have purchased multiple courses, the email will contain details of how to access your Training Coordinators Dashboard. If you are a new user that has purchased a single course, the email will contain details of how to go straight to your course. You should add [email protected] to your email safe-senders list to prevent future emails from us also being blocked.
Enrolling multiple learners onto courses
If you are a returning customer or have purchased multiple courses, you will be able to enrol your learners onto their courses using the Training Coordinators Dashboard that we provide you with. You will be sent individual login details for each learner that you enrol. These details will also be sent in an email from [email protected] . You will need to pass the login details onto the learner.
The course materials will work on any internet-enabled device running an up-to-date internet browser. Each student will have 190 days from the date of enrolment to log on and complete their course. The course does not need to be completed in one sitting. Students can log out and return any time up until the course is completed or until the 190-day access expires. The course cannot be accessed after the 190 day expiry.
Suitable internet browsers
Both our courses and the dashboard will work on any modern web browser, for example Chrome, Edge, Firefox and Safari. You should ensure that they are fully updated. Internet Explorer should not be used because it is no longer supported by Microsoft and so may be unstable.
The certificate will be issued by IOSH on successful completion of the course and end of course assessment. We will post the certificate on to the learner by first class signed-for delivery as soon as we receive it from IOSH.
Courses not allocated to students will expire after 12 months from purchase.
Courses allocated to students will expire on completion of the course or after 190 days from the original enrolment (whichever is sooner).