IOSH

IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) was founded in February 1945 as an independent, non-profit organization in the UK.

WHY GO FOR IOSH?

IOSH was founded with an aim to bring down the number of fatalities and reduce LTIs (Lost Time Incident)as a due result of hazardous workplace environment. IOSH enables managers and delegates to review the working environment of their organization, identify and manage risks effectively and stipulate proper health and safety measures in place.

WHAT DOES IOSH DO?

IOSH provides health and safety training to personnel who are accountable for the health and safety of their teams and other employees of the organization. In association with national and international organizations, the challenge is to dedicatedly work towards educating managers to raise awareness on the specific risks at the workplace and identify/ implement appropriate precautions. Certified members are assisted in managing their resources, getting involved in the preparation of their risk assessments and holding events to advertise their cause. As of today, IOSH has over 40,000 members in 85 countries supporting the cause.

WHY CHOOSE HIMALAYAN SAFETY SOLUTION FOR TAKING THIS COURSE?

The experienced tutors and skilled expertise of GWG in every IOSH module, together with their commitment to making IOSH guidelines reach all verticals, helps individuals gain a better insight and skills pertaining to IOSH standards, as compared to other institutions.

WHAT ARE THE VARIOUS MODULES UNDER IOSH?

The modules under the IOSH certificate include the following sub-divisional courses

  • IOSH Managing Safely
  • IOSH Working Safely
WHAT ARE IOSH HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING COURSES?

IOSH health and safety training courses are for professionals of all the sectors of industry at all the levels within an organization. The IOSH modules are designed to provide professionals all the information they need to ensure a healthy and safe working environment in their organization. According to current statistics, a workforce of around 100,000 acquires an IOSH health and safety training qualification every year.