There is a reason why the IOSH Managing Safely course has proven so popular with team leaders, supervisors and managers alike… it makes better figureheads of them all.
Career development usually goes hand-in-hand with increased responsibility. Climbing the career development ladder means often facing bigger demands at each stage. This hypothetical ascent is true of driven bankers, retailers, marketeers and labourers. In fact, it is a maxim that underpins almost all workplaces.
The number one question on most people’s minds when looking for staff training is - how much is it going to cost? It is no different with the IOSH Managing Safely course.
If you are taking the IOSH Managing Safely course and you need to find out more about the assessment, this post will let you know how to complete the second part of the assessment – the project. So once you have read this you will be in a perfect place to know how to successfully complete your risk assessment project in your workplace.
If you are thinking about doing a short health and safety course for team leaders such as IOSH Managing Safely but you are worried about how hard it will be to pass, read this post to reassure you that you can do it!
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health may not exactly roll off the tongue, but it plays a crucial role in protecting workers all over the world. IOSH - as it is more commonly referred to - is a membership organisation with a difference, one leading the way when it comes to health and safety practices in the workplace.
You will spend approximately 1,800 hours at work every single year. That’s a large proportion of your life so choosing a career that’s right for you is crucial if you want to enjoy that 1,800 hours.
Being a manager or supervisor isn’t just about being ‘important’ or ‘in charge’, it is also about taking responsibility for those around you. Responsibility is a trait that all successful managers must have and something employees look for in their leaders.
If you have never studied online before, you will probably be wondering what it’s like. How do I learn? What do I do if I’m stuck? How can I get feedback on my progress? These are all valid questions and ones that many online learners have asked at the beginning of their online learning journey.
According to ILO (International Labour Organisation) estimates, in the region of 2.3 million workers each year die from an occupational injury or illnesses, (this equates to over 6,300 workers dying each day across the world) despite a rising global recognition of the importance of good health and safety practices in the workplace.