IOSH Managing Safely in the Exhibition & Event Industry Refresher

It is well recognised by all parties that time can erode both knowledge and skill. Designed to address this, the IOSH Managing Safely in the Exhibition & Events Industry Refresher course acquaints delegates with the significant changes to health and safety practice, guidance, legislation and standards which have occurred since their original course.

The course concludes with a short 30-minute IOSH examination.

The course revisits how to manage a range of common hazards, by applying common principles and includes methods to identify different types of human failures including simple solutions to reduce these incidents.

Course outline

  • An Introduction to Managing Safely in Exhibitions & Events
  • Risk Assessment & Common Hazards
  • Evaluating results and selecting control strategies
  • Health & Safety Management
  • Accident Causation & Reactive Monitoring
  • Active Monitoring

On conclusion of the course delegates will have a refreshed and updated understanding of the legal requirements for continued success with health and Safety Management.

There is a multi-choice assessment at the end of the course, which delegate must pass in order to achieve re-certification.

Please note: The course is open to delegates who attended and successfully passed an IOSH Managing Safety in the Exhibition & Event Industry course within the last 3 years. Delegates whose certificates are more than three years old please call oasys to discuss, prior to booking on the course. We would seek the advice of IOSH regarding their ability to certificate upon completion of the course.


Dave Wilson

Dave’s background is: prior to joining oasys he was employed as Team Leader with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). He is a member the Institute of International Risk & Safety Management (MIIRSM), the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health, & The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (MCIPD) formerly known as The Institute of Training & Development. He has attended Home Office Emergency Planning College courses, including their Safety in Complex & Built Environments course, and holds the International Loss Control Institutes Safety Auditing Certificate, the IRCA Lead Auditor Occupational Health & Safety Auditing Systems 18001 (OHSAS) certificate, and attended the RoSPA’s Quality Safety Auditors 5 day course; and the Internal Auditor Training BVQi Course (registered under National Registration Scheme for Internal Auditors of Quality Systems). Has attended multi-disciplinary emergency planning exercises through his role as Safety Advisor, Great Yorkshire Show and also during his period at RoSPA.


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