IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health): Isoma are licensed under the terms and conditions of the institute and therefore authorised as a training provider to deliver the following courses...

IOSH Working Safely and Safety, Health  and Environment for Construction Workers.

As recognised by the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS).

Every business knows the value of a well trained workforce and the senior management team are committed to ensuring high levels of training for all their staff roles. All Isoma employees as a minimum, have undergone at least one of the afore mentioned certifications.

Isoma endorse a mixture of both on and off the job training to ensure employees are operating at the best of their ability, our people are trained both in-house and by external training providers. Our learning management system is an effective way of keeping track of staff training and qualifications and believes this gives employees something that they can show physically and be proud of.

We believe skilled employees will be more productive, motivated and efficient leading to high levels of:


  • Morale – Staff satisfaction is very important within our company and helps to make people more confident in their role, which directly improves morale.


  • Productivity – Better training means better processes, tasks can be performed far quicker if employees know what they’re doing, and quality of work will continually improve.


  • Safety – For our business, staff safety is the number one priority, employees lacking in knowledge and skill are more likely to have an accident in the workplace, and a comprehensive training plan helps to eliminate this as a cause.


  • Value – Well trained employees become assets of our business, they add value to the company as a whole producing high quality products and services to our customers.


  • Independence – Fewer supervisors are needed when staff know exactly what they need to be doing, and how they need to do it. A fully trained workforce can be trusted to operate independently without making mistakes or slowing processes.