IOSH Managing safely
* NIST Gulf is an accredited centre of IOSH & all our Tutor are the members of IOSH.
* NIST Gulf assist Individuals to become a member of IOSH.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the Chartered body for health and safety professionals. With more than 37,000 individual members, IOSH was founded in 1945 and is a registered charity.
IOSH Managing safely
Introducing Managing safely
Understanding your responsibilities
Investigating accidents and incidents
Protecting our environment
Managing safely: in brief
A three/four day course covering health and safety management basics
High quality animated graphics
Sophisticated, fun presentation
Content based on what delegates need to know in practice
Clear scenarios managers can relate to
A range of ready-to-use training tools, including a board game, DVDs and quizzes
Become a member
If you want a career in health and safety there's no better place to be than IOSH for employer and peer recognition. IOSH in industry pedigree is second to none and our comprehensive approach to career development ensures that IOSH members are the most trusted and sought after people in the profession.
What happens when you first join IOSH?
You'll join as an Affiliate Member. If you want to work as a health and safety professional, IOSH will review your qualifications and experience to find out which membership category is right for you.
IOSH has five membership categories:
Everyone joins as an Affiliate Member. Once we've accepted your application and payment, you'll get immediate access to all our membership benefits and services for one year.
Technician Member (Tech IOSH)
This category recognises the qualifications and competence needed by professionals working in a range of operational health and safety roles. To become a Technician, you must have a suitable level of experience in a health and safety role, as well as an accredited qualification. To maintain your status and keep your skills, knowledge and experience up to date, you'll join our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme. Check the list of accredited courses we accept for Technician membership.
As a Technician Member, you can use the letters Tech IOSH after your name. To keep your Technician status, you must maintain your CPD record.
Graduate Member (Grad IOSH)
This category is for people who are working towards becoming Chartered Members. They will be asked to complete Initial Professional Development (IPD). To qualify for this level of membership, you'll need to have completed an IOSH-accredited degree level qualification. Check the list of accredited courses we accept for Graduate membership.
As a Graduate Member, you can use the letters Grad IOSH after your name. All Graduates maintain a CPD record.
Chartered Member (CMIOSH)
As the only organisation in the world that offers Chartered Membership to health and safety practitioners, we can help you achieve the highest professional standards.
Employers know that when they work with a Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner, they're dealing with someone who's at the top of their profession. Our Chartered Members also have the respect of their peers other professionals know that they've been through a rigorous process to become Chartered and have met the high standards of the world's most prestigious body for health and safety professionals. You can only become a Chartered Member after gaining Graduate membership.
Why become Chartered?
Businesses, employers and recruitment consultants are already well used to working with and hiring Chartered professionals. They recognise Chartered status as shorthand for 'best in class' and they know they'll get the highest professional standards from a Chartered individual.
Chartered status will help you:
improve your ability to influence decision-makers
work on an equal footing with other professionals
Increase your future employability.
As a Chartered Member of IOSH, you're entitled to use the designation Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner and the designatory letters CMIOSH. All Chartered Members need to maintain a CPD record.
Chartered Fellow (CFIOSH)
Fellowship of the Institution is awarded only to Chartered Members of at least five years' standing who can demonstrate an outstanding commitment to the health and safety profession. Fellows go 'above and beyond' the call of duty and are the 'ambassadors' of the Institution. Applicants must satisfy the Institution that they meet this definition.
Specifically, we look for evidence that the applicant has:
Carried out outstanding service on local, national or international professional committees produced peer-acclaimed contributions or improvements to the public understanding of occupational safety and health been involved in the development of occupational safety and health through work in IOSH at any level (branch, group, standing committee and so on) helped to develop and influence the careers of others, including less experienced occupational safety and health professionals actively researched, developed and applied original work or expertise in occupational safety and health gained highly specialised knowledge or responsibility in occupational safety and health, and published work or relevant technical presentations carried out or been involved in promoting occupational safety and health outside their normal work, including activities begun as a work requirement that they've taken beyond that requirement.
Please note that this list is not exhaustive, and applicants don't have to meet all these criteria.
As a Chartered Fellow of IOSH, you're entitled to use the designation Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner and the designatory letters CFIOSH. All Chartered Fellows need to maintain a CPD record.