Whenever and wherever is best for you...

This comprehensive 3-day course gives managers/supervisors etc. in any sector the skills they need to improve health and safety performance. Our face-to-face classroom course provides the best learning experience and is delivered by a Chartered Health & Safety Consultant with many years teaching experience.

Keeping the training on-site is convenient and cost-effective and enables the training to be kept more relevant to your business and its operations. You can also choose the dates when you would like the course to run.

The price for this course starts at £395 per person, with generous discounts available, depending on the size of the group. Please use the form to provide us with a few details and we'll send you a competitive quote today, or call us on 01565 650 549 for a chat about your requirements.



"...alert with regards to learner's needs,  making it fun, interesting and engaging, without making it look like a usual boring in-class training."

Diana Gabor
Logistics Graduate

"...approach to teaching, attention to all the delegates questions and any issues raised was a huge benefit in making the course easier to understand and enjoyable."

Gildas Griffiths Tech IOSH
NHS Manager

"...excellent delivery giving plenty of time to ask questions and learn at own pace. Valuable revision material. I would recommend to anyone looking for training."

Carrie-Ann Bell
Customer Success Manager at iCIMS

"... plenty of time to absorb information and ask questions. Excellent summary at the end of each topic making the process of learning and understanding very easy."

Cate Adamson


Why choose us...

Quality assured

We're accredited training providers for NEBOSH and IOSH and adhere to a strict Code of Conduct.

Your on-site course will be delivered by a Chartered Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).

Simple booking

We've made the booking process simple and straightforward.

All you do is complete a short form and you'll get an official quotation to review. Accepting the quotation is just a one click process.

We come to you

No need to spend hours trawling the internet trying to find a course near you - just get us to come to you!

Clients save time and money and course attendees spend less time travelling to and from a remote course venue.

Great value

We offer generous discounts , such as course price reductions for groups of five or more. 

Plus, if you find a lower price anywhere else, please let us know and we'll see if we can beat it!


Course Overview...

Module 1: Introducing Managing Safely

In this module we explore the issues and concepts that drive an organisation to manage health and safety. We also talk about some of the responsibilities of managers and how they differ from the concept of accountability.

Module 2: Assessing Risks

Risk assessments are a cornerstone of effective management of health and safety and in this module we get down to the nitty-gritty of exactly how to go about identifying hazards properly and then carefully evaluating the level of risk presented by each hazard to that key decisions can be made about whether the level of risk is tolerable or whether things need to be done to bring the level of risk down.

Module 3: Controlling Risks

Building on the work done in the risk assessment, this insightful module delves into how best to reduce and control risks. We answer questions like "how low does the level of risk need to be to achieve legal compliance?" and "what's the most effective and economical way of dealing with health and safety risks?"

Module 4: Understanding Responsibilities

Here's where we take a look at the often-misunderstood area of health and safety legislation. Don't worry, we make this topic interesting and easy-to-understand. Learners on our courses often mention how informative they find this area of the course. We also look at health and safety management systems that provide the infrastructure that managers will be working with.

Module 5: Understanding Hazards

What can cause harm in the workplace? How does the harm occur? What are the effects, both mental and physical, short term and long term? These are just a few of the issues that you'll be able to confidently manage after completing this module. We cover a wide range of the most common workplace hazards.

Module 6: Investigating Incidents

This enlightening module covers the essential skill of how to properly conduct an incident investigation and reveals the reasons why you could be setting the organisation up for future failures by only looking at the obvious and superficial. We teach you how to scratch away and the surface and take a deep dive to uncover the true causes of most incidents so you can stop prevent them from ever happening.

Module 7: Measuring Performance

The saying goes..."you cannot manage what you do not measure", and how very true it is. But a busy manager simply hasn't got the time to measure everything, so needs to use skill and insight in order to carefully select the right things to measure and which things they can safely disregard as unnecessary box-ticking.

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

    Definitions of the terms ‘hazard’, ‘hazardous event’ and ‘risk’

    Definition of the term ‘risk assessment’

    Definition of the terms ‘likelihood’ and ‘consequence’

    Risk assessment process and risk rating systems

    The benefits of carrying out risk assessment

Module 3: Controlling risks

    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

    Definition of the term ‘residual risk’

    Modules two and three include a practical activity to spot hazards, assess and control risk

Module 4: Understanding responsibilities

    An overview of what the law requires an organisation to do to protect the safety and health of workers and other persons under its control

    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:

    - mechanical

    - physical

    - chemical

    - environmental

    - biological

    - organisational

Common hazards in the workplace, their effects and symptoms and how to manage them. Hazards covered are:

    - aggression and violence

    - asbestos

    - bullying

    - chemicals

    - computer workstations

    - confined spaces

    - drugs and alcohol

    - electricity

    - fire

    - getting in and out

    - heights

    - housekeeping

    - lighting

    - manual handling

    - noise

    - plant and machinery

    - radiation

    - slips and trips

    - stress

    - temperature

    - vehicles and transport

    - vibration

    - any other relevant hazards

Module 6: Investigating incidents

    Definition of the terms ‘incident’, ‘accident’ and ‘near miss’

    Reasons to investigate incidents

    The benefits of incident investigation

    Definition 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

    The three essential principles for good safety and health 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