IOSH Leading Safely , Occupational health and safety.

  • Job Reference: 00006673-1
  • Date Posted: 26 April 2024
  • Employer: PCR Global
  • Location: Kingsbridge, Devon
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Training, Training > ELCAS Training Courses, Training > Free Training Courses, Training > Funding Training Courses, Education
  • Job Type: Contract, Permanent, Temporary

Job Description

Introduction

IOSH Leading Safely is a 5 hour workshop designed to give anyone with leadership responsibility the practical knowledge and the strategic solutions for sustainable business advantage through good safety and health practice.

Businesses are already realising the benefits from Leading Safely, using workable solutions and creating inclusive and well-managed organisational cultures with faster pay-back. Led from the top and incorporated into management systems, better safety and health practice can be a genuine investment for your organisation.

Based on student feedback, the stand-out feature of this IOSH Leading Safely Course is the tailored nature and link to enterprise risk management provided by the tutor, PCRs Head of Risk Management, Andy Protheroe.

Andy makes it easy for delegates to benchmark their current and future safety and health vision and priorities in line with global models of safety, and to recognise good practice gathered from leading organisations from around the world.

This course can be delivered privately and tailored to your organisation (recommended), or you can join one of our scheduled public courses to learn lessons from peers in other organisations.

This course is endorsed by Build UK and meets the CITB training standard set for construction directors

 

Course Objectives

Shaping your organisational safety and health objectives:

  1. Understand good practice from around the world

  2. Benchmark your performance against others

  3. Shape your safety and health vision and identify the steps you can take to achieve it.

  4. Reduced accident rates, absence and sick leave

  5. Increased productivity and profits

  6. Improved reputation among suppliers, clients and partners

  7. Reduced insurance premiums and legal costs

  8. Better business continuity.