IOSH Training in Health & Safety
IOSH training courses are recognised globally for the high calibre.
When it comes to health and safety training, only advice from qualified, experienced and skilled professionals will do!
That’s why one of IOSH’s main roles is to maintain high standards; as the voice of the profession or lobbying governments on policy and law. IOSH approve qualifications for its members and provide guidance, research & development for IOSH resources and in addition, run courses, seminars and events to help IOSH members in their work.
Because health and safety isn’t just down to the experts, IOSH works with a range of organisations to raise awareness – and standards and develop training for schools and businesses, run campaigns that are relevant to millions of working people.
Who are IOSH?
If you’re unfamiliar with IOSH the first question you may ask might be: Who are IOSH?
Simply put, IOSH is an acronym for The “Institute of Occupational Safety and Health”.
In terms of health and safety practice – IOSH is the Chartered body for health and safety professionals. You can find out more information on the official website www.iosh.com.
The Institute of Occupational Safety & Health
IOSH is the world’s biggest professional health and safety membership organisation, with over 43,000 members worldwide. Known as the voice of the health and safety profession, campaigning on issues that affect millions of working people.
The institute is committed to cutting down the number of people who die or are made ill by what they do for an occupation. Across the world, two million people die every year as a result of health and safety failures. In the European Union alone, someone dies every three and a half minutes.
IOSH – What’s the story?
Founded in 1945, IOSH is a registered charity.
IOSH is a world leader for International Safety training courses.
SHEilds encourage anyone that is new to a health & safety role, to hold an IOSH Managing Safely certificate and at minimum an IOSH Working Safely certificate.
Interesting facts about IOSH
The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health has a colourful history, below are some interesting IOSH facts.
IOSH International Membership
Primarily IOSH is a UK-based organisation, although IOSH has an ever-expanding international membership, now in over 100 other countries. IOSH approve courses at 35 UK universities and 22 Universities internationally.
IOSH a branch of RoSPA
In 1945 the institution of IOSH was formed from a branched division of RoSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) and has over 500 members.
IOSH Provide Chartered Status to Individuals
IOSH achieved Chartered status in 2003 and now has the right to award individual Chartered status to members ever since 2005.
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