Addressing good health and safety should not be seen as a regulatory burden; because it offers significant opportunities. Benefits can include:
HSE statistics reveal the human and financial cost of failing to address health and safety:
Organisations can incur further costs. Such as uninsured losses and loss of reputation.
A one-day course basic introduction to health and safety. Furthermore, the course is aimed at those who work in the construction industry. The course, therefore, helps to give delegates the understanding of hazards on site. They will also learn how to keep themselves and others safe.
To book a CITB Health and Safety Awareness course click here.
A four-day course which highlights how to manage your colleague’s health and safety. The tutor teaches 8 modules in the course. The modules will teach you these skills. The course is also interactive and informative and aimed at managers in any industry.
To book an IOSH Managing Safely® course click here.
The half-day course covers the importance of occupational safety. It is also a low-level introduction to health and safety for those in any industry.
A one-day course aimed at directors from any industry. It teaches delegates how they can contribute to health and safety and the importance of it.
To book an IOSH Leading course click here.
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