Posted 16 March 2016
The four day Managing Safely course is designed for anyone with responsibility for health and safety, such as managers and supervisors."
Harper Adams has been approved as an Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) training provider and is set to run its first course, Managing Safely, next month
Course manager Emma Osborne, Health and Safety Officer at Harper Adams University, said: “The four day Managing Safely course is designed for anyone with responsibility for health and safety, such as managers and supervisors.
“It aims to provide them with the knowledge and understanding of health and safety to enable them to manage key issues within their teams and organisations.
“Topics covered during the course include: assessing risks; gaining knowledge of the law and how the legal system works relating to health and safety; and investigating incidents in the workplace.
“Participants will complete two assessments which are designed to evaluate their understanding of basic health and safety.
“Those who successfully pass these assessments will receive a nationally recognised IOSH Managing Safely certificate.”
The total cost of the course is £475 per person.
The first course will run April 11 to 14, with additional dates for later in the year to be confirmed. For more information look at the website, contact Short Courses at SCCO@harper-adams.ac.uk or telephone on 01952 815324.