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Noise and Vibration at Work Training Courses
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the world’s largest membership organisation for the health and safety industry. It was founded in 1945, became a registered charity in 1962 and was awarded the Royal Charter in 2002. Today IOSH has over 44,000 members from more than 100 countries.
IOSH works to raise awareness and standards - the organisation is committed to “A world of work which is safe, healthy and sustainable”.
Principle IOSH activities include:
• Introducing training for schools and businesses;
• Accrediting qualifications;
• Providing advice;
• Conducting relevant campaigns;
• Lobbying governments on policies and laws.
Over 130,000 people each year study an IOSH course, making IOSH one of the world leaders in health and safety training.
IOSH ensures that the noise training and vibration training provided by Focus Health and Safety is relevant, accurate and contemporary. It does so by approving not just course content, but also course materials and INVC Ltd tutors that we use.
The minimum requirements for delivering an IOSH accredited course are:
• A level 3 Occupational Health and Safety qualification (A-level equivalent);
• Two years' training experience, of which 50 per cent must be face-to-face delivery or a level 3 training qualification;
• Three references (for delivery of IOSH approved courses at director level and above);
• IOSH membership together with line management responsibility to ensure that delivery standards are met.
Delegates who attend these IOSH accredited Noise at Work and Vibration at Work courses can therefore be assured of a quality learning experience. They can also gain highly recognisable and appropriate qualifications. In the real work environment, such qualifications have become almost prerequisites for noise at work and vibration at work management.