Coppolo & Coyde - IOSH Directing Safely

Coppolo & Coyde - IOSH Directing Safely : Wednesday 21 June

The IOSH Directing Safely course aims to provide directors/owners of small and medium sized enterprises with an understanding of the moral, legal and business case for proactive health and safety management and give guidance on effective risk management.

Following the successful completion of this course directors/owners will be able to review their own policies and strategies and, where necessary, introduce changes to make their organisation operate more safely.  

Designed for:

Anyone can enrol on the IOSH Directing Safely programme but it is specifically designed for directors/owners of small and medium sized enterprises to attend.

Key Topics: 

Module 1 - Why direct safely
Module 2 - Planning health and safety
Module 3 - Delivering health and safety
Module 4 - Monitoring health and safety
Module 5 - Reviewing health and safety

Course Assessment:  There is a multiple choice assessment at course end 
Duration: 1 Day
Course Verifier: Institute of Occupational Safety and Health

For full details and how to book your place, please click here.

Course Info: for further info/course dates/fees please email

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