Health & Safety Training for Managers

An intensive one day session covering the main issues facing managers in relation to health & safety in the workplace.

Maximum of 12 delegates per course.

What are the benefits to the Organisation & the Individual?

To appreciate the benefits of health and safety and the role of the manager or supervisor in improving health and safety.


  • The importance of providing safe places of work and systems of work
  • Criminal and civil responsibilities for health and safety and an appreciation of the powers of Enforcing Authorities
  • What documentation and procedures are needed
  • Risk management principles
  • Risk assessment: what they are, why they are needed; types of assessment required and how to maintain them
  • The underlying causes of accidents and the important role management has to play in their prevention
  • The need for a positive health and safety culture and senior executives key role in achieving this
  • The role and functions of health and safety advisers
  • The role of training in improving health and safety
  • To be able to effectively plan and implement outcomes of risk assessments
  • To know what the managers and supervisors roles and responsibilities are
  • Why and how to investigate accidents and safety incidents
  • RIDDOR reporting
  • Welfare facilities
  • Work environment

Learning Outcomes

After the course delegates should:

  • be able to contribute to the review of their area’s procedures and safe systems of work
  • to monitor health and safety
  • understand the importance of training and health and safety culture

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  • Who we are

    The Company initially specialised in providing Health and Safety Consultancy and Occupational Health Services to the medical and healthcare sector. We have extended these services to include Ergonomics and Manual Handling Training and consultancy which are also available to the social care and health sector, commercial organisations, non medical educational institutions and small businesses.