What does IOSH mean?
- IOSH, i.e. the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health is a British institute associating professionals in the occupational and health safety discipline.
- IOSH determines the safety standards and supervises the exams on the OHS principles applicable in the UK.
- The IOSH Working Safely certificate allows applying for the issue of the CSCS Labourer card (after passing the Health & Safety Test).
IOSH Working Safely certificate
- The IOSH Working Safely certificate is issued in the form of a diploma or plastic card (optional) and includes the examining institute's logo, and is valid for 3 years.
- The IOSH Working Safely certificate is required for issuing the CSCS card (is equivalent to the QCF/SCQF Level 1 Award Health and Safety in a Construction Environment permits).
- The certificate can be attained in Poland without the need to travel to the UK.
Training courses and exams
- The IOSH training is intended for newly hired employees starting work in the UK.
- The IOSH Working Safely training and exam is available in Polish and takes place via the Internet - an e-learning platform is provided.
Prices of the training course and exam:
- In Poland: PLN 960 including VAT (net PLN 780)
- In the UK: GBP 145 (excl VAT)
- Safe work
- Definition of hazards and risk
- Identification of known hazards
- Safety improvement
- Environmental protection
The training course and exam take place via the Internet - an e-learning platform is provided (duration of 6-8 hours). The training can be take any place and time, it is required to have access to a computer, laptop or tablet. Available languages: Polish and English.
- The exam lasts 45 minutes. The exam must be completed in a single sitting.
Form of the exam
- The exam takes place via the Internet on a provided e-learning platform. It can be taken at a suitable time after completion of the training.
Conditions for taking the exam
- Computer, laptop or table with Internet access