Training courses from IOSH
Training courses from IOSH are recognised worldwide. As they are delivered by our IOSH-approved licensed training providers you can be confident the course you receive is second to none.
For employers, it’s important to know you have someone in your organisation who can take responsibility for health and safety while your consultant may not be available. For employees, its refreshing to be able to talk to a colleague who understands the working environment as you do, should health and safety issues arise.
Experienced trainers at EP Risk Consultancy run the IOSH Managing Safely courses throughout the year at our health and safety training centre in the heart of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
The three-day IOSH Managing Safely course is designed for managers in all industries to get up to speed on the skills they need to deal with workplace safety and health issues. It touches on topics such as assessing and controlling risks, understanding hazards and investigation incidents among others to give managers the confidence and knowledge needed to make a difference.
IOSH Working Safely is aimed at individuals in any sector that need grounding in health and safety. The Working safely course helps to show how everyone can make a difference to their own wellbeing and others within their workplace.
It includes topics such as identifying common hazards, protecting the environment and improving safety performance. IOSH Working Safely is a one-day course that leads to a nationally recognised and respected certification. It is also recognised by CSCS as an equivalent to a level one award in health and safety in a construction environment.
Our training centre is designed to enable you to learn in a relaxed environment. If you would prefer, we can hold the training at your premises, all of which can be discussed while booking your course. The IOSH courses are still as popular as ever and, as they are all nationally recognised, they are a great way to develop your health and safety career within your organisation.