The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) pride theselves on being the leading body for health and safety professionals, with over 38,000 individual members. As an independent and not-for-profit organisation, they aim to regulate and steer the profession, maintaining standards and providing impartial, authoritative guidance on health and safety issues.
Only health and safety training providers such as ourselves that have been accredited by IOSH are allowed to offer IOSH qualifications. This ensures that quality standards are met and that the health and safety training itself sufficiently covers the prescribed IOSH course syllabus.
What Do IOSH Do?
Some of IOSH's many roles include:
- Regulating the health and safety profession by ensuring that all IOSH members and IOSH accredited training providers conform to a certain level and professional standard
- Advising and lobbying government on health and safety issues
- Providing guidance and advice on a range of health and safety issues, including free guides and a free helpline for health and safety, environmental and employment law
IOSH Managing Safely
The IOSH Managing Safely course is designed for managers and supervisors of organisations in virtually all industry sectors, in order to give them all they need to know in order to effectively manage health and safety.IOSH Managing Safely
IOSH Managing Safely Refresher
The 1-day IOSH Managing Safely Refresher course is available to those who have obtained the full IOSH Managing Safely qualification within the last three years and who wish to update and refresh their knowledge with the latest health and safety issues and best practice.IOSH Managing Safely Refresher
IOSH Safety for Executives and Directors
As of August 2016, The IOSH Safety for Executives and Directors course replaces the IOSH Directing Safely and IOSH Safety for Senior Executives courses.IOSH Safety for Executives and Directors
IOSH Working Safely
The IOSH Working Safely course is intended for all employees who are not in a management or supervisory role, and will assist workers in complying with the requirements of health and safety in the workplace.IOSH Working Safely