Directors Role for Health and Safety
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Directors’ Role for Health and Safety
The Directors’ Role for Health and Safety is part of our IOSH course structure. It focuses on the implications of non-compliance. Health and safety compliance is crucial. With this course you will learn to promote a culture of safety at the workplace.
The Directors’ Role for Health and Safety is specifically aimed at company directors. As a company director your responsibilities include health and safety within your company. You and members of management have a responsibility to adhere to legislation.
This course will encourage you to learn about your legal responsibilities. It will show how your decisions can impact your company’s health and safety standards.
You will also take part in open discussions during this course. This course is recognized by the United Kingdom Contractors. It allows directors to meet the required standards for UK sites.
When you take part in this course you will learn the following:
- The cost and implications of boardroom decisions
- Your legal responsibilities to ensure health and safety
- The importance of risk assessment
- How to appoint help with health and safety
- Basic tools available for improving a culture of health and safety
The course is aimed at company directors. You must have a very good written and spoken command of English.
IOSH Training Courses offer a range of staff and management training for a wide range of industries. We are the premium provider of health and safety advice for the workplace.
When you’ve successfully completed the course you will receive your certification. For information about Directors’ Role for Health and Safety, please phone us at 01189 541 700.