IOSH Managing Safely Course

IOSH Managing Safely 3 day course. £420.00 per delegate (plus VAT)

13th, 16th & 20 May 2019

The IOSH Managing Safely course aims to ensure that health and safety requirements are appreciated by people like line managers, etc. This will enable them to understand and participate in the effective management of health and safety in their area of responsibility.

Who Should Attend
IOSH Managing Safely is suitable for line managers, supervisors’, representatives of employee safety and small business owner across all industries and organisations. It provides a good overview of the legal obligations in the UK and gives a broad understanding of current health and safety requirements and principles.

Benefits of Managing Safely
By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:
• Understand their responsibilities
• Recognise hazards and assess risks in their workplace
• Use appropriate ways to control the risks
• Ensure adequate health and safety training is provided
• Understand how to investigate an accident / incident and to take action

Course Programme

Module 1 – Introducing managing safely
Module 2 – Assessing risks
Module 3 – Controlling risks
Module 4 – Understanding responsibilities
Module 5 – Understanding hazards
Module 6 – Investigating incidents
Module 7 – Measuring performance
Certification

An IOSH Managing safely certificate is awarded to all those who attend the course and successfully complete both the written and practical assessments.

Understanding of the course material is evaluated by means of a written assessment paper consisting of 30 multi-format questions and a practical assessment.

Held in our Leighton Buzzard training room.

Contact Bob for more details or book your place enquiries@hascat.co.uk

Business Networking Event 2019

HASCAT Safety is please to be one of the main sponsors again for the Leighton-Linslade Business Network Event. The 7th annual Business Networking Event returns to the Leighton Buzzard Golf Club on Wednesday 24th April (6pm – 8.30pm). This year’s theme is social media and how this can enhance the way your business operates.

The networking evening is a great way to meet local business people and find potential clients and suppliers. We are a great believer that networking helps prompt your business. We have gained many clients due to the power of networking.

Results are not always instant. We’ve just signed up a new client who recently call us due to them meeting us at the Business Networking Event 2 years ago.

The event is free to attend so why not come along and meet us plus many more local business people. Please use the link below to register for the event.

https://leighton-linslade-businessnetworking2019.eventbrite.co.uk/

Business Networking Event 2019

IOSH Managing Safely Training

Start the New Year with a better understanding of the requirements of health & safety for managers, business owners and supervisors. 

IOSH Managing Safely 3 day course. £450.00 per delegate (plus VAT)

11th, 17th 7 18th January 2019

The IOSH Managing Safely course aims to ensure that health and safety requirements are appreciated by people like line managers, etc. This will enable them to understand and participate in the effective management of health and safety in their area of responsibility.

Who Should Attend
IOSH Managing Safely is suitable for line managers, supervisors’, representatives of employee safety and small business owner across all industries and organisations. It provides a good overview of the legal obligations in the UK and gives a broad understanding of current health and safety requirements and principles.

Benefits of Managing Safely
By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:
• Understand their responsibilities
• Recognise hazards and assess risks in their workplace
• Use appropriate ways to control the risks
• Ensure adequate health and safety training is provided
• Understand how to investigate an accident / incident and to take action

Course Programme

Module 1 – Introducing managing safely
Module 2 – Assessing risks
Module 3 – Controlling risks
Module 4 – Understanding responsibilities
Module 5 – Understanding hazards
Module 6 – Investigating incidents
Module 7 – Measuring performance
Certification

An IOSH Managing safely certificate is awarded to all those who attend the course and successfully complete both the written and practical assessments.

Understanding of the course material is evaluated by means of a written assessment paper consisting of 30 multi-format questions and a practical assessment.

Held in our Leighton Buzzard training room.

Contact Bob for more details or book your place enquiries@hascat.co.uk

Testimonial

HASCAT Safety has and will continue to represent the complete package for Elma in training & clear unambiguous advice. Bob’s no-nonsense approach enhances our understanding of H & S requirements and provides improved frameworks for excellence in assuring integrity of fit for purpose HS&E processes for both our employees and customers alike.

 Richard Sheehan – Quality Manager – Elma Electronic UK Ltd

IOSH Managing Safely

4th, 6th and 7th June 2018

IOSH Managing Safely 3 day course. £450.00 per delegate (plus VAT)

The IOSH Managing Safely course aims to ensure that health and safety requirements are appreciated by people like line managers, etc. This will enable them to understand and participate in the effective management of health and safety in their area of responsibility.

Who Should Attend
IOSH Managing Safely is suitable for line managers, supervisors’, representatives of employee safety and small business owner across all industries and organisations. It provides a good overview of the legal obligations in the UK and gives a broad understanding of current health and safety requirements and principles.

Benefits of Managing Safely
By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:
• Understand their responsibilities
• Recognise hazards and assess risks in their workplace
• Use appropriate ways to control the risks
• Ensure adequate health and safety training is provided
• Understand how to investigate an accident / incident and to take action

Course Programme

Module 1 – Introducing managing safely
Module 2 – Assessing risks
Module 3 – Controlling risks
Module 4 – Understanding responsibilities
Module 5 – Understanding hazards
Module 6 – Investigating incidents
Module 7 – Measuring performance
Certification

An IOSH Managing safely certificate is awarded to all those who attend the course and successfully complete both the written and practical assessments.

Understanding of the course material is evaluated by means of a written assessment paper consisting of 30 multi-format questions and a practical assessment.

Held in our Leighton Buzzard training room.

Contact Bob for more details or book your place enquiries@hascat.co.uk

Leighton-Linslade Business Networking Event 2018

HASCAT Safety are pleased to announce that we are a sponsor of the annual Business Networking Event 2018 for the second year running.

This free annual event is now in its 6th year and is organised by Leighton-Linslade Town Council in conjunction with Central Beds Council, FSB and LB Connect Business Networking Group.

The event is very popular with local businesses coming along to network, to build their contact base, find new clients and suppliers.

As a founder member of LB Connect we know the value that good business networking brings for a company. We are happy to support this event to provide an opportunity for local businesses to network.

The event is also sponsored by another LB Connect member Bee Local Magazine.

This year’s event is on Monday 23rd April at Leighton Buzzard Golf Club, Plantation Road, Leighton Buzzard. Beds. LU7 3JF.

The event starts at 5:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

To book your place go to the Leighton-Linslade Town Council website

https://www.leightonlinslade-tc.gov.uk/your-community/business/

10 Years Voluntary work rewarded

Sue & I were over at Keech Hospice Care doing our voluntary work delivering health & safety training. When there we were pleased to be presented with our 10 years service awards. Sue also got a lovely bunch of flowers. We both look forward to continuing the work.

We both enjoy volunteering and the staff at Keech are always very friendly and appreciate what the volunteers do for them.

Have you ever thought about doing some voluntary work? Why not contact a local charity near you and find out more.

HASCAT reaches SME Bedfordshire Business Awards final!

Sue and I are pleased that HASCAT Safety has been successful in reaching the finals of the SME Bedfordshire Business Awards in the Community Business of the Year category.

This is for our voluntary work we do to help support local charity. HASCAT Safety have been supporting Keech Hospice Care for 10 years by providing free health and safety training and help with other safety matters. In addition we help sell their raffle tickets and collect items from family and friends for their shops.

Sue and I find helping very rewarding and encourage businesses, no matter what size, to get involved in a charity near them. Helping charity is not just about raising money, time and skills are also important. So why not ask yourself what skill/ability can you offer to help your local charity?

We will find out if we are successful at the awards dinner on 12th July at the Bedford Corn Exchange but just reaching the final is great.

HASCAT sponsors the 5th annual Business Networking Event

Join us in the largest Business Networking Event in Leighton-Linslade

Join HASCAT Safety for the 5th Annual Spring Networking Event which will take place on Wednesday 26th April at Leighton Buzzard Golf Club from 5.30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

HASCAT Safety is pleased to be a sponsor of this year’s event along with fellow LB Connect members Bee Local Magazine and Graham Hunt & Co.

This is Leighton-Linslade Town Council’s 5th year of hosting one of the largest business events in the Town, working in partnership with Central Bedfordshire Council, LB Connect and Federation of Small Business (FSB) who have all helped this event grow from strength to strength, with over 150 local businesses attending last year.

This event is open to all local businesses from new start-ups, small to medium businesses and larger established and blue chip companies within the area. This is a free opportunity offering all local business people a platform to meet likeminded people, networking groups and to find out about the support and resources available to them.

This year promises to deliver even more networking opportunities with the introduction of Blendology, a new networking app that allows you to exchange contacts digitally with just a tap of a badge. There will be a prize for the best networker on the night.

There is also an opportunity to meet business experts who can offer advice on financial, legal, marketing and other general business advice.

  • Promote your business and build connections
  • Find out about local business support
  • Encourage business growth in the town
  • Develop links in the community
  • Share information
  • Build supplier bases
  • Discuss business support opportunities with council representatives and other organisations.

Free canapés and refreshments will be provided with access to a bar service and free parking.

To register your free place at the event or to find out more information visit: www.leightonlinslade-tc.gov.uk/your-community/business/ or call 01525 631928

IOSH Managing Safely Refresher added to our course list

HASCAT Safety are pleased to add IOSH Managing Safely to their catalogue of health & safety training courses.

Who is the Managing Safely Refresher for?

Managing Safely refresher is a 1 day course for delegates who have already completed the full Managing Safely course. For delegates to be eligible to take the Refresher course, they must do so within 3 years of completing their full Managing Safely course.

Delegates will get to refresh their knowledge on the key parts of the full Managing Safely course and there’s a much greater emphasis on monitoring, auditing and reviewing, developed through two practical case studies.

Managing Safely Refresher covers:

  • A personal reflection from delegates on what they took away from the full Managing Safely course and a discussion on what each delegate wants to get from the Refresher course.
  • Delegates will refresh their knowledge of the key learning points from the full Managing Safely course.
  • Delegates will learn why leadership and management are important
    • their role in influencing managing safely
    • changes to legislation that affect them
    • how you can work with the Plan, Do, Check and Act model (HSE Managing for Health & Safety HSG65)
    • why effective communication is essential.
  • Putting managing safely into practice. The first practical part of the course delegates will work in pairs or small groups to review and comment on monitoring checklists based on the operations of a real business, to help them understand why monitoring and reporting are important parts of an organisation’s safety and health arrangements.
  • The second part of the practical element, which builds on the first module and focuses on the Plan, Do, Check and Act model – looking specifically at what controls need to be put in place, how to get key players on board, keeping staff up to date with developments, checking progress and identifying any issues, and assessing the overall success of your plan and the lessons learned.
  • Upon completion of an assessment successful delegates are awarded an IOSH Managing Safely certificate.