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It goes without saying that the very least we should expect when we go to work is that we’re able to get home again without injury. Thing is, your job may be riskier than others. And even if the job is low risk, employers might increase your chance of injury by not following standard H&S procedure. Ignorance isn’t an excuse, especially when following compliance guidelines.
This collection helps employers and employees alike understand health and safety in the workplace in an accessible way. It’s perfect for small and expanding businesses, as well as new-starters and those looking to refresh their knowledge in this sector.
Courses in this useful collection include First Aid at Work, Driving Safely (including using mobile devices safely) and Risk Assessments. But there are also great courses about the Health & Safety at Work Act, the importance of Consultation, H&S Policy, and Office Desk Set Up, plus more. This collection will continue to expand to cover more subjects in order to keep you and your colleagues safe.
Emergency first aid is an essential skill that everyone should be proficient in. Many acute illnesses and injuries require immediate care. In an emergency there is often little to no time to read first aid instructions. This course will give you the basic knowledge you need to care for someone in a life-threatening position, so you can give them the best chance of survival until they receive medical assistance.
We’re all addicted to our phones. With every ping and buzz there’s something new to grab our attention. But when you’re driving, your phone can be a major distraction. You need to know when it’s safe to use a mobile in a vehicle, and when it’s not.
This course will show you the dangers of using a phone while driving, the laws and penalties drivers face, and tips to help you avoid checking your mobile so you can drive safely.
Wherever you work, you’ll more than likely encounter risk assessments and workplace health and safety guidelines. Knowing what should have risk assessments, and how to interpret and act on them is vital to keeping you ‘ahead of the game’. Managers or people in charge of health and safety should pay close attention, as you also need to know the how, when, what, and who of risk assessments, so that your ‘risk strategy’ isn’t just decided by the roll of a dice.
When it comes to safety in the workplace, employers have a duty of care to keep up with the law and provide employees with a safe environment. Accidents do happen, however. If and when they do, it’s essential that you report them to the relevant authorities in the proper way. If you’re the designated ‘responsible person’, manager, owner, or team leader in a business, this course can guide you through the reporting process and explain how to keep records of accident investigations.
The Importance of Training
The Safety Six (e.g. Holding the Handrail and more)
The Importance of Insurance
Office Desk Set Up
Driving Safely (including Mobile Devices)
Health & Safety Policy
First Aid at Work
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The Importance of Consultation
The Health & Safety at Work Act