When a person start his career in the safety management then he has to get the IOSH managing safely training to know about the tricks and measure which are used to manage all things safely. You can be an ISO 14001 consultant after getting this training but there are a lot things which you need to know about it. You do not need to get panicked by looking at the course outline of this training because it is not as much difficult as it look when you start getting it. It will be difficult for first few days but after that slowly you will get to know about the procedure and then you will get in to the flow of learning. This flow is necessary and if you think that you are not getting it or you do not understand what you have been taught during the training then you should leave that because there is no use of wasting your time in a thing which does not match with your nature. If you start getting your interest in that then you will do the following:

Risk assessment: This is the most crucial work which you need to do during and after your training because your job revolves around it. People may hire you for other works too but the main work which you will have to do is the risk assessment of any place. You have to do this with great care and help others. While doing your work you should not be only concerned about your money because it is the matter of many lives working under a certain environment and if you do not assess the risk just because they are paying you less then you will be responsible for any loss of that place. If you think that a company is offering you lesser amount then refuses to work for them at first place but never do the wrong assessment.

Cause assessment: You need to assess cause of an incident when people hire you after the happening of an incident. For this job you need to analyze entire place and also talk to the people working there at that time when incident happened there. Be careful and think about all the expected causes whether it is a human’s negligence or something else but go to depth.