Training course case studies

Managing Safely case studies

National Express UK Coach

"We realised there was no value in training by previous training providers and therefore wanted to engage our workforce with courses that would enhance knowledge and improve competence at all levels. So we selected IOSH as an international organisation and Managing Safely as an internationally recognised level of training."

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Briggs Equipment UK

"Having participated in several safety and health courses and seminars over my 35 years in the industry, this was the most precise, engaging and informative training course I’ve ever attended."

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Aluminium Bahrain (Alba)

"Managing Safely showed us the true capabilities of our supervisors and was indeed a useful tool to measure their progress which was done via careful assessment of the changes made in the supervisors area to improve OHS at their workplaces after the course.”

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Cheshire Fire Rescue Service

There are few professions where safety and health is taken more seriously than emergency services. So, when Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service in the UK needed to develop greater safety awareness in colleagues responsible for day-to-day management, they turned to our Managing Safely course.

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University of Huddersfield

"Unlike many other universities, specific professional health and safety advisers within our academic schools and support services is minimal. Managing Safely was therefore viewed as ideal to assist those with local health and safety coordination roles and management responsibilities. We wanted a flexible accredited resource that was of international renown and could be adapted to best suit our needs, especially in terms of scheduling."

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Hart District Council

The Council’s Safety Adviser recognised the contribution that managers and safety representatives could make in changing behaviour across the workforce. So they decided to source suitable training for these ‘key players’ and selected IOSH’s Managing Safely course. The Council choose IOSH because they wanted ownership of safety and health to be a driver for improvement and needed a comprehensive course that stimulated delegate participation with a common aim – to prevent accidents.

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Leading Safely case studies


"Leading Safely seemed like an obvious final step for all of us at senior level because it made us fully appreciate our responsibilities."

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"The benefits of the Leading Safely course were immediate. We quickly built up a list of leading safety indicators and each course participant demonstrated positive safety leadership. This has led to visible leadership being displayed by our most senior executives. So the overall result is a top-down improvement of the safety culture within our company."

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Working Safely case studies

DFDS Seaways PLC Immingham Docks

DFDS Seaways PLC Immingham Docks recognised that increasing overall safety and health knowledge would encourage employees to report near-misses and actual incidents more often. So they opted to run our Managing Safely course for decision-makers and Working Safely for front-line colleagues. This training was provided in-house to gain a better feel for locating potentially hazardous situations and ways to control them.

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HSS Hire Group

"We wanted to develop a safety-first culture to help drive this change and needed a training product that was industry-recognised with a strong brand – which is why we chose IOSH."

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Westway Services

Nearly 500 employees have been trained on Working Safely since 2013 and accident rates have reduced significantly from 612.05 per 100,000 employees to 345.67 per 100,000 employees. RIDDOR rates have reduced from 57.87 per 100,000 employees to 32.92 per 100,000 employees.

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Forterra Building Products

"The aim was to achieve a more focused approach to safety across the board. We wanted a training product that was well-regarded within the industry and which the staff could be proud of and Working Safely was the one for us. The course’s new, dynamic approach proved key, as did the fact that it is jargon-free"

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