IOSH Managing Safety training

Dates available on reqeust
Chester Zoo
Managers & supervisors who have H&S responsibilities

The course is delivered over four days at the Chester Zoo site by the Zoo’s in-house Health and Safety team using real life zoo examples to aid learning. They have a 100% pass rate.

Course detail
. Assessing risks
. Controlling risks
. Understanding responsibilities
. Understanding hazards
. Investigating incidents
. Measuring performance
. Protecting our environment

. A 25 question, multiple format assessment paper
. A risk assessment based project
. When you pass, you’ll be awarded an IOSH Managing safely certificate
Further information on the course including testimonials can be found here

Special discounted rates for BIAZA members can be arranged. Pease contact Lorraine Shuker on [email protected] for prices, course dates and further details.

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