IOSH Leading Safely


IOSH Leading Safely

We usually recommend that a client starts off with this short course for the directors and board members to ensure that everyone has a clear understanding of their legal duties and responsibilities for the health & safety within the organisation. Aimed at CEOs, MDs, Senior Managers, Directors and Executives in companies, large or small. The course demonstrates how effective safety and health management will create real and lasting business benefits.

The recommended route is to do a 3-hour classroom session in your office followed by a short online module for your directors to take in their own time to gain the qualification. The course is also available as a 5 hour taught session if you have more time available.


Delegates attending the course will :

  • Recognise the importance and value of successful safety and health performance achieved through strategic safety and health management and its integration into business management systems
  • Understand the safety and health role and responsibilities of people in leadership positions Understand the consequences for leaders, and their organisations, of failing to manage safety and health effectively
  • Plan the overall direction for safety and health in an organisation by developing and implementing policy, with performance improvement as the objective
  • Understand the importance of adequately resourcing a safety and health management system. Understand the importance of monitoring and reviewing safety and health performance to determine the effectiveness of a safety and health management system

Assessment: There is no formal assessment for this course. Delegates are required to submit an action plan listing three key areas (total of nine priorities) that they pledge to improve within their business following the course.

Delegates completing the course will receive an IOSH accredited Leading Safety certificate

More Information


Delivered in partnership with IOSH accredited training partner – SA Training

Need our expert advice?

Contact us