- Introducing Managing Safely
- Assessing Risks
- Controlling Risks
- Understanding Responsibilities
- Understanding Hazards
- Investigating Incidents
- Measuring Performance
Final Written Exam
3 Day Course
To ensure that safety requirements are appreciated by people employed as line managers and to enable them to review their own departmental systems for safety, introducing new controls or implementing changes as appropriate to make the department work more safely. Delegates will gain a better and more practical understanding of the Health and Safety legislation under pinning the day-to-day management of work related tasks.
Basic knowledge of Health and Safety recommended
This course is for anyone in an organisation (for example supervisors and line managers) who have to manage risk and resources and to give them the knowledge and skills they require to address risks and hazards In the workplace.
- The way we were in 1930s v 2010
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Safety Offences Act
- Health and Safety Act 1974
- Corporate Manslaughter
- Civil and Criminal Liability Cases
Short multiple choice assessment
3 hour Course
To provide a sound understanding of employer’s responsibilities, enabling improvements to business sustainability; as well as assisting in complying with current health and safety legislation.
Certificate of attendance
This course is intended for Directors and Senior Managers. There is a requirement on the employer by law to provide a safe place of work.
The course is compiled and delivered by our director, Steve Ruddick, and the aim of the course is to provide a sound understanding of employer’s responsibilities in relation to health and safety, enabling improvements to business sustainability as well as assisting in complying with current health and safety legislation.
Steve adapts each course to contain relevant information and examples from the specific industries of those attending the session and delivers the course is an informal/workshop style.