Posted on 21st March 2017
Sutton Winson Insurance Brokers and Risk Managers are holding a 4 day IOSH Managing Safely course on 22 & 23 May and 1 & 2 June in their Burgess Hill office for all the local businesses.
The course is designed for managers and supervisors to give them a robust understanding of their responsibilities for Health & Safety and culminates in an exam and special project with successful candidates gaining a nationally recognised qualification. The content is excellently produced, a mixture of animated presentations, DVD media, group discussions and quizzes/games in order to promote awareness, and support learning across seven modules.
Cost: £550 + VAT (per delegate)
Places are limited, don’t miss out and reserve a place(s) today. For more information and to book, please CLICK HERE.
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