iosh; nebosh; health and safety
1 day (Mon)
PC Code

It is essential that everyone, in all work places, understand the importance of Health and Safety. Our fun and engaging one day course is for people who work in any type of organisation and require key knowledge of health and safety information. The Working Safely course is recognised by CSCS as equivalent to a Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment.

What will I learn?

The qualification consists of four modules which cover:
• The importance of working safely
• Defining hazard and risk
• Identifying common hazards
• Improving safety performance

How will I be taught?

Interactive learning through games, quizzes, clear examples, and scenarios to reinforce central points. These are based on what people need to know in practice, and not off-putting legal language.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed at the end of the course using a multi format question paper and three hazard spotting exercises.

What can I do next?

IOSH Managing Safely for additional Health and Safety training, or enrol in the NEBOSH Certificate course for a Health and Safety qualification.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements. Working Safely is for people at any level, in any sector worldwide, who need a grounding in the essentials of safety and health. It gives everyone at work an understanding of why they must ‘work safely’- and does it an enjoyable way.

If the start date for your course has already passed we may still be able to accommodate you.

Any questions? Just ask!

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