Developing the abilities of women as a currently underrepresented group in occupational health and safety (OSH) and enhancing their visibility in the sector is at the heart of the partnership between the two organisations. This session has been especially created to coincide with International Women’s Day which is on 8th March 2021.
The partnership will provide six funded places on the IOSH Leading Safely course, delivered by RoSPA, in collaboration with Louise Hosking as trainer, to help participants examine how their personal leadership style influences the manner in which risk is perceived by stakeholders across their business.
The course will take place on February 25, 2021 from 9:30am to 4:30pm UK time. The inspiring content will help delegates understand where they are now, where they aspire to be and how to develop a health and safety strategy that aligns to their overall business values, and how to reach and indeed exceed personal and business objectives.
So, how do you join us on this journey?
If you would like to be considered for one of the places, please submit a 250-word personal statement, on why joining this Leading Safely program would benefit you and your business. The deadline for submissions is February 11, 2021, and they can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, organisation, role and contact details.
In addition to attaining Leading Safely certification, the six successful applicants will benefit from mentoring support on a personal and organisational level.
There is no cost to be part of this program; simply the commitment to attend the session as a whole and be part of this ground-breaking team, and a willingness to share your story as it unfolds across various platforms.