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IOSH Managing Safely in Social Housing

RRC are the UK’s largest provider of health and safety training qualifications. Our in-house course development team have been working closely with our course writers who are experts in their field. Together they have produced this new IOSH Managing Safely in Social Housing course. The course is based on the existing IOSH Managing Safely program, and is designed for those who manage others, and who manage risks and resources in the social housing sector.  

There are more than 150,000 people working in the UK Social Housing sector (CIH). With this number of people in the industry, it is a great opportunity to tailor one of our most popular health and safety courses to meet the more specific needs of those working within social housing.

The course has two main learning aims:

  1. To give managers and supervisors an understanding of everyone’s safety and health responsibilities in the social housing sector.
  2. To enable managers and supervisors to recognise how they can influence, control and monitor risk improving safety and health issues in the social housing sector.

There are no prerequisites for the course so it really is suitable for anyone in a management role in the social housing sector.

Gary Fallaize, RRC Managing Director commented: “IOSH Managing Safely is a very popular course and it is fantastic to be able to bring a more tailored version of the course to the market for those in the Social Housing sector.”

For more information, or to book your course today contact RRC on +44 (0)20 8944 3100 or info@rrc.co.uk or visit www.rrc.co.uk 

 

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  • I would like to know mor

    Permalink Submitted by Steve Murray on 8 November 2019 - 04:08 pm

    I would like to know more about the IOSH Managing Safely in Social Housing course please.
    Can you advise if it is a class based course or can it be undertaken by distance learning or e-learning? What is the cost of this course and how long does it take? Is there a written examination or is it an assessment based result?
    Thank you in anticipation.

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