Institute of Safety and Health (IOSH) Managing Safety
- Price AED 2,000
- Duration 2 Days
- Timings 9am - 5pm
- Locations Tourist Club Area, Abu Dhabi
Delegates who successfully completed the IOSH Managing Safely course and a short answer test and practical assessment will receive an IOSH accredited certificate valid for 3 years. This qualification enables delegates to understand health and safety legislation and its implication to them and to identify, review and manage risk effectively within their own organization. This course is designed for Managers, Supervisors and any personnel who are required to manage health, safety, risk and resources within their organization in order to be compliant with legal requirements and their own organizational policies and procedures.
Nbiz are pioneers in the field of IT Governance, Information Security and IT Service management. Nbiz Infosol was born with the idea of helping companies to acquire appropriate solutions that addresses their business requirements. Located in Abu Dhabi, Nbiz Infosol is committed to provide a solution that adds value to the business at a very competitive pricing.
We strive to achieve best quality in whatever we do. By Quality we do not mean mere certification but achieving the requirements of the customers at the same time not overstressing our employees. We only undertake projects that are within our capabilities and are happy to redirect the customers if that particular area is not within our reach. This way we do not overcommit and under deliver rather we under commit and over deliver.See all NBIZ INFOSOL courses
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