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International Institute of Risk and Safety Management
(IIRSM)Qualifications and Training Course Selector.

Below are the descriptions for the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management courses:

IIRSM - International Institute of Risk and Safety Management

Whether you are new to risk management, an experienced risk and safety management practitioner or work in a related profession, membership of IIRSM will benefit you.IIRSM caters for individual and corporate professionals and specialist members in all sectors of industry related to risk management, ensuring excellent support and benefits to all of our members.

Our remit is to

  • Ensure that our members professional skills are recognised and respected
  • Offer opportunities and services for advancement, support and networking
  • Advance public education in risk, health and safety management

IIRSM was established in 1975 and represents members in over 70 countries.

Please click on the tabs below to select qualification level           Visit IIRSM web site
* All courses are delivered by the awarding bodies approved centres.

Beginners Level International Institute of Risk and Safety Management - (IIRSM) Qualifications.

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IIRSM - Manual Handling

Ideal for:
The course is a great way to improve manual handling awareness, especially for managers, supervisors, and employees who dont perform significant manual handling (for example office workers), andas a refresher to those who have previously received a trainer led manual handling course.

IIRSM - Lone Worker

Ideal for:
The number of people working alone is increasing. As technology advances and budgets are cut, more and more organsations are employing lone workersAs well as those who work alone for the majority of their working time, there is a greater number of people who work alone part of the time. According the the HSELone working staff are defined as someone who "works by themselves without close or direct supervision" and can include home visiting, travelling, working from home or working in a building or office alone.Effective Lone Worker Training is vital to reduce the risk of violence at work and to fulfil your duty of care to staff.