This Introduction Fire Safety in the Workplace online course is designed to help you and your business understand the risks of fire and the steps that can be taken to mitigate the risk of fire. Effective and concise, it is an ideal choice for increasing awareness or refreshing knowledge within your organisation.
The purpose of this course is to introduce/refresh operatives on the requirements for working at height as per the Working at Height Regulations 2005. Learner should recognise safe methods and equipment that can be applied when working at height. Learners should also understand the need to carry out risk assessments and how to best select control measures for the work they need to carry out.
This Risk Assessment training course is designed to help businesses comply with the Management of Health and Safety Regulations 1999 by explaining how to complete a suitable and sufficient workplace risk assessment. Risk assessments are a legal requirement for all types of workplaces. The course helps you to understand each of the key steps of a risk assessment, including how to identify risks, manage hazards and determine the likelihood of harm, so that you are confident in carrying out a risk assessment in your own premises.
In the UK, there are approximately 100,000 needlestick injuries reported every year. Suffering from an accidental sharps injury could have significant consequences, including leaving you susceptible to contracting various blood-borne viruses, many of which are incurable. Therefore, it’s important that you understand how to handle and dispose of needles and sharps in accordance with best practice guidelines and in a manner that allows you to conform to your legal duties. This course will ensure that all staff working with or around sharps are aware of the risks associated with sharps injuries, how to use and dispose of sharps safely, practices that must be avoided and what to do in the event of a sharps-related accident.
This HAVS (Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome) training course considers the use of power tools in the workplace and how these can cause long-term damage to health if they’re not effectively managed. HAVS is a debilitating health condition that is commonly caused by the use of hand-held electrical tools, such as chainsaws, grinding equipment and high torque wrenches. This course explains more about the health hazards associated with this equipment, outlines how to carry out an appropriate risk assessment and details the control measures that can be used to reduce the risks.
Climate change is considered to be one of the greatest challenges of our time. This Environmental Awareness training course is designed to help workers of all disciplines to understand their responsibility to work in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way. Having processes in place and encouraging employees to be environmentally aware can be effective ways of managing our environmental impact. By the end of the training, learners understand the importance of environmental awareness and how they can support their workplace’s initiatives regardless of their position as a general employee or manager.
This online training course is the essential Coronavirus (Covid-19) awareness training that has been developed to provide vital awareness for staff and employees of any business. Using a combination of text, images, video and interactive content the eLearning course looks at how pandemics and epidemics are spread and the potential risks in the workplace as well as how to protect yourself from being infected. It includes the latest health advice for Coronavirus as well as the symptoms to look out for and what to do if you think you’ve been infected. Crucially, it also provides a practical video on how to wash your hands. In addition the course covers information on how viruses are transmitted and the control measures to take to reduce transmission and infection. It looks at high risk groups, isolation as well as the chain of infection.
Sadly, deaths can sometimes occur in the workplace as a result of corporate behaviour, such as ignoring health and safety procedures. When this happens, it’s known as corporate manslaughter. If you’re in charge of a company’s health and safety policies, it’s vital that you understand the importance of this role and how to protect your employees’ safety. This corporate manslaughter training course has been designed to outline your legal responsibilities, how to effectively train your staff and the importance of complying with the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007.
Major accidents have the potential to cause serious damage to both people and the environment, so it is essential that the risks are carefully controlled. This COMAH training course has been designed as a thorough introduction to the Regulations so that site operators understand more about what their legal responsibilities are in regards to keeping themselves, their employees and the environment safe from harm. The course covers all aspects of the COMAH Regulations, including information on creating a Major Accident Prevention Policy (MAPP), and provides learners with an understanding of their responsibilities under the latest Seveso III Directive which applies to all COMAH establishments from 1st June 2015.
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 place specific responsibilities on duty holders, including designers and contractors, and make them accountable for the consideration and management of health and safety on construction sites. This CDM Regulations course has been designed to provide learners with practical knowledge of key duty holder requirements under the new CDM Regulations. The aim of the Regulations is to minimise the risk of serious injuries and workplace fatalities on construction sites. By taking this course, learners will understand the importance of planning for and integrating safety management into the planning and design stages of construction projects and ensure that their work practices are complying with the law.
Asbestos may be present in buildings that were built or refurbished, up until the year 2000. This Asbestos Awareness online training course raises awareness of the dangers associated with asbestos so that the risk of exposure can be reduced. The course covers the main hazards, applicable legislation, risk reduction measures, and key responsibilities of the individual. Our Asbestos Awareness training course includes access to the online training resources, the online Asbestos Awareness Test, and a downloadable Asbestos Awareness Certificate on successful completion of the course. Our Asbestos Awareness online training course and the test are fully approved by the CPD Certification Service. This is your assurance of quality.