The International SOS Foundation has designed the world’s only IOSH certified Duty of Care Training programme entitled, Safety, Health and Security for the Mobile Worker.
The training courses provide occupational safety and health practitioners with the knowledge and skills necessary to actively participate in the management of safe, healthy and secure travel for their mobile workforce. These activities include reviewing risk assessments, developing and implementing travellers’ briefings, building organisational directives, participating as a member of an organisation’s incident management team and action planning.
Who should attend?
Occupational safety and health practitioners, travel managers, occupational doctors, security experts, travel risk managers, or others with equivalent experience in travel safety, health and security.
Upon successful completion of a course, participants will be awarded a certificate from the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.
- Understanding travel risks, developing a travel-related risk assessment and traveller's briefing as well as planning and participating in incident management.
- Three days
- Safety, health and security for the mobile worker: Train-the-Trainer
- Three days
*Certification for the principle course includes a post-course practical assignment.
**Prerequisite for Train-the-Trainer is the successful completion of Course One and Course Two.