Virtual IOSH Working Safely Online Course

Due to extraordinary circumstances impacting the regular provision of health and safety training the IOSH Working Safely ‘Virtual Trainer’ course is designed to maintain a level of training in the industry for existing workers, ensuring a continued understanding of legislative changes and their impact on the workplace.

Using Video Technology

It is permitted to deliver the IOSH Working Safely course remotely via video technology solution. The training will follow the same curriculum as the classroom course and deliver the same standard of training meeting all examination body rules. Minimum delegate numbers for the course may be reduced for the period the emergency training provision is in place. To manage remote training effectively, the maximum number of delegates allowed may also be reduced.

 

IMPORTANT PLEASE NOTE!

Each virtual IOSH Working Safely course listed on our website includes a location including town/city, county and postcode, however it is important to note that all virtual courses can be attended from anywhere and therefore please ignore the location information. Location data is currently a system requirement to publish virtual courses on our website. If these courses continue beyond the current COVID-19 lockdown our systems will be developed further.

 

Virtual IOSH Working Safely Course

The IOSH Working Safely course is a basic introductory health and safety course, which will enable workers to ensure that their individual and collective actions contribute to safety in the workplace and that they understand their responsibilities. This nationally recognised qualification is 1-day in duration and is for all levels of personnel.

 

Benefits of the IOSH Training

Upon successful completion of the IOSH Working Safely training course delegates will be able to:

  • Identify the hazards and evaluate risks in the workplace
  • Use appropriate workplace precautions for specific risks or seek advice on workplace precautions
  • Assist managers in preparing written risk assessments
  • Follow their organisation’s health and safety policy
  • Co-operate and communicate on health and safety matters
  • Carry out work activities without risk to themselves or others
  • Report relevant accidents and incidents, monitor their own activities, and assist managers in active monitoring.

 

Important Update Regarding IOSH Certificates

IOSH have recently announced that they will not be providing a hardcopy certificate for classroom courses. Certificates will be issued in digital format only. If a hardcopy is required there will be an additional charge which will be at a discounted rate of £10 + VAT per certificate until 1st April 2021, the price will revert back to standard rate of £25 + VAT.