Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is Europe’s leading professional body for health and safety. The institution has over 34,000 members worldwide, including 13,000 Chartered Safety and Health Practitioners who have obtained IOSH Training.
The Institution was founded in 1945 and is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that sets professional standards, supports and develops members and provides authoritative advice and guidance on health and safety issues. IOSH is formally recognised by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) as an international non-governmental organisation.
IOSH training courses are mainly designed for support managers and safety specialists to get a range of approved qualifications for fulfilling their professional responsibilities.
At Cambridge Safety, we run the three-day Managing Safely® version 5.0 course at our training centre as an open course and for organisations as an in-house course.
Those health and safety practitioners who have passed the Nebosh Diploma or who have taken the NVQ4 in Occupational Safety and Health must participate in IOSH’s two schemes to enable them to progress from Graduate member to Chartered Member status, with the right to use the designatory letters ‘CMIOSH’.
To support those candidates wishing to progress to CMIOSH status, we offer a practical workshop on the IOSH Continuous Professional Development Scheme and the Individual Professional Development Programme.