ISOH managing safety courses

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ISOH managing safety courses

Aug 2017 11 13:22

Post by batleyg01 » Fri, 11th Aug 2017, 1:22pm

Post by batleyg01 by batleyg01 Aug 2017 11 13:22

Just wondered it any one had done the ISOH course and have a eg of the risk assessment that was done thanks Gary

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Re: ISOH managing safety courses

Aug 2017 11 14:23

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Post by jcc90 by jcc90 Aug 2017 11 14:23

yeah its easy mate, just have to do a very basic risk assessment on something you do in your everyday work routine

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Aug 2017 11 22:06

Post by Danm6 » Fri, 11th Aug 2017, 10:06pm

Post by Danm6 by Danm6 Aug 2017 11 22:06

Hi batleyg01. Nothing to worry about. As jcc90 says you do a R.A on something from your work. On my IOSH course they provided you with Risk assesment templates and even practiced doing them.

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Aug 2017 18 08:25

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Post by batleyg01 by batleyg01 Aug 2017 18 08:25

Thank you all for your comments all done now and got a Pass thanks again [Like.png]

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Aug 2017 18 09:20

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Thank you all for your comments all done now and got a Pass thanks again [Like.png]
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Aug 2017 31 09:11

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Thank you [Waving.png]

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Sep 2017 01 10:15

Post by JohnE875 » Fri, 1st Sep 2017, 10:15am

Post by JohnE875 by JohnE875 Sep 2017 01 10:15

Well done, you will find it a useful course to have under your belt.
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