This two day IOSH Principles of Safety Management course is bespoke to health and social care managers/supervisors. It integrates CQC Lines of Enquiry with HSE requirements and provides a benchmarked level of competence/knowledge that is externally verified.
The trainer is a Chartered Safety Practitioner with significant health and social care experience.
Topics we will cover over the two day IOSH Course to provide a recognised and accredited IOSH qualification for Managers
- Introduction & overview of health & safety management
- Health & safety law, including Corporate Manslaughter Act
- Linking H&S workplace legislation with the CQC domains to demonstrate compliance with both using an integrated approach
- Enforcement powers, and how to respond if an HSE /LA Inspector or CQC Inspector calls
- Hazard identification and management
- Accident minimisation, reporting, investigation and management
- Risk assessment / links with CQC
- Fire safety, legionella, contract management
- Key Policies and procedures required for safety management
- How a Plan, Do, Check, Act management approach can be integrated into your CQC system
- End of course multi-choice test, ongoing assessment during the course, and a risk assessment project.
Managers are under increasing pressure to manage their risks, demonstrate compliance with an ever-increasing burden of standards and to integrate their systems to gain maximum efficiency. Time is a major resource, and whilst attending a longer approved management course for health and safety is desirable, it is often not feasible.
This Zoom IOSH Principles of Safety Management in Healthcare course has been specifically designed to compress the key health and safety issues under UK law into the minimum time possible to enable managers to grasp the most critical features of risk and safety management. It also supports CQC compliance with Outcomes 10 and 11, and because it is approved by the UK’s leading health and safety professional body, it helps to provide assurance to stakeholders that managers are competent