|Qualification||IOSH Managing Occupational Health & Wellbeing Certificate|
|Cost||£150 per person|
The role of 'manager' encompasses health and wellbeing like never before. In response to the new need, IOSH has put together a new course, Managing Occupational Health and Wellbeing.
There are obvious benefits for employers who have more rounded staff. But managers who attend will also become more aware of human factors in (and outside) the workplace.
An organisation that is healthy is more likely to be more productive. It gains the benefits of a flexible, dynamic workforce that remains competitive in today's challenging climate. Both employers and employees reap the rewards of a healthy workforce.
The IOSH Occupational Health and Wellbeing course explores that ethos. Moreover, it teaches delegates how to implement the theory to benefit from the outcomes in real time.
Next training date: Monday 10th February 2020, 9am-4pm, MOHS Workplace Health
Maximum 12 people; first come, first served. Please email email@example.com to book your place.
We can also delivery this course at a client's premises for up to 6 delegates for £800 +VAT; or for 10 delegates for £1,300 +VAT
This IOSH course is for managers and supervisors in any industry sector or organisation type.
It empowers leaders with knowledge to help improve health and wellbeing throughout their organisation. It also arms them with the tools to help them deliver results to a willing workforce.
Today, most companies address the safety risks within their organisation without a second thought. But they tend not to pay the same attention to the health and wellbeing of their workforce.
Labour Force Study Figures show that in 2017-18, 1.4 million UK workers suffered from a work-related ill health issue. 44% of those were assigned to stress, anxiety and depression. Over 71,000 workers suffered a RIDDOR reportable accident.
Delegates learn about health management and why it makes good business sense to manage occupational health and wellbeing in the workplace. They also learn what a 'health needs assessment' is and the key considerations they should take into account when carrying one out.
An introduction to the five health hazard categories. The course looks at the causes of work-related health hazards in each category and their impact. Through an interactive exercise, delegates carry out their own health risk assessment and compile an action plan to monitor health risks
An examination of the different types of non-work related conditions and how they can affect fitness for work. We discuss the importance of managing fluctuations in people's health and the benefits of getting people back to work.
Delegates learn what a 'wellbeing strategy' includes. Then we look at how introducing and promoting a wellbeing programme can influence and add value to an organisation.
This course gives delegates the skills and knowledge they need to keep their teams healthy at work. More importantly, it explains how they can implement what they learn and get the workforce on side through:
Successful delegates attain the IOSH Managing Occupational Health and Wellbeing certificate.
Based on the learning outcomes, delegates are assessed in two ways:
Next training date is Monday 10th February held at MOHS Workplace Health, further dates to be advised; please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more detailed information.