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IOSH MS training for Voltas

Project Detail
Client : VOLTAS Limited, India
Location : Chennai, Mumbai, Thane and Kolkata
Job : IOSH MS training

NIST, Asia's No. 1 Institute known for their International safety training programs has recently provided one of Europe's leading health and safety awarding body's IOSH Managing Safely certification for VOLTAS Limited, India.

As a part of our corporate services, we have visited VOLTAS Limited of Chennai, Mumbai, Thane and Kolkata to provide IOSH MS training where 132 personnel including many safety officers and managers had participated in the program. The training has helped them to understand their legal framework in safety and the roles and responsibilities of a manager, to identify various hazards, the procedure of risk assessment, controlling risk, Incident and incident investigation, measuring performance and protecting the environment.

These are the course objectives covered in NIST IOSH MS training including how to manage the resource with risk in compliance to their company's rules and policies.

NIST has provided more than 4900 certificates for safety professionals in IOSH MS till date and moving forward to benefit thousands of safety professionals more in future.


IOSH MS an accredited course of Occupational Safety and Health is designed to provide the delegates with the knowledge to manage the health and safety issues they are responsible for. This course gives a perfect grounding in the practical actions that one need to handle in health and safety and it is an essential safety qualification for individuals like manager, supervisor, director, team leader, and health and safety officer of any sector or anyone who is responsible for the management of risk and resources in the workplace.

IOSH MS is a demanding qualification for professionals in HSE sector and brings them more employment opportunities in various countries especially in Middle East countries.

Managing safely is cardinal than just having the rules in the board. Join NIST, learn how to manage safely.