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IOSH Managing Safely Training, Nottingham


Food Manufacturing Sector Health & Safety ‘Needs to Improve’

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is to review health and safety standards in food and drink manufacturing across the country with warnings that unannounced inspections will take place throughout 2018.

Food manufacturing businesses are being warned they must pay closer attention to how they manage workplace health risks or face serious penalties.

The HSE Head of Manufacturing Sector, John Rowe said “the HSE is calling on anyone working in the industry to take the time to refresh their knowledge of our advice and guidance…Food manufacturing companies should do the right thing by protecting workers’ health; everyone has the right to go home healthy from work.”



To help manufacturers to fully prepare, The Food & Drink Forum is working in partnership with Training 365 to offer IOSH Managing Safely training. This 3 day course, starting on Wednesday 11th April, will evaluate the learners understanding of basic health and safety, focusing on:

  • Risk Assessment
  • Risk Control
  • Health and Safety Legislation
  • Common Hazards
  • Investigating Accidents and Incidents
  • Measuring Performance

Every manager needs an understanding of their health and safety responsibilities, this training will allow you to embed health and safety throughout your organisation. ‘Managing Safely’ is unlike any other health and safety training, as it delivers practical step-by-step guidance with a business focus.

The training will be delivered by Food & Drink Forum members, Training 365, who have been awarded outstanding status by IOSH and are offering Food & Drink Forum members a discounted price of £395 to attend the training.


Dates of Training: 11th, 18th & 25th April 2018

Location: Southglade Food Park, Nottingham, NG5 9RG

Assessment: A multiple choice assessment will be undertaken at the end of the training as well as completion of a work-based risk assessment project to achieve the qualification


For further information please visit: or call Training 365 on 01282 872365 to reserve your place.


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