- Health and Safety Principles – Sets the attitude that Health and Safety is a partnership between the employer and employees. Preventing Accidents – Emphasises good behaviours that minimise occurrence of injury through slip or trip accidents.
- Manual Handling – Details the consequences of bad practice and the benefits of good practice when handling weight.
- CoSHH – Commercial offices are not free of hazardous substances. This course covers typical substances and precautionary measures to be adopted by everyone.
- Personal Protective Equipment – Risk assessments determine the personnel who will need PPE. This course takes a comprehensive view of what is available.
- Display Screen Equipment – Making people aware of the effects of badly set-up work stations and posture whilst guiding them to remedy failings of best practice.
- Pregnancy – Essential information of safety risks and precautions for expectant women and those who may have returned to work after childbirth, but may be breast-feeding. H&S Awareness for both men and women.
- Stress – How to recognise symptoms and establish cause whether work related or not. How to work with the employer to help remedy causes.
- First Aid – Not a first aid treatment course, but what you should do if you are first on the scene.
- Fire Safety – A comprehensive course highlighting cause, avoidance and the importance of following Company fire procedures.
- Office Environment – A stand-alone course that combines all aspects of Health & Safety in the office. A natural summary and conclusion to this foundation pre-set course.
Who would benefit
Suitable for employees at all levels, a good Health and Safety induction provides consistent information about responsibilities and topics and allows face to face time to be spent on site and task specific instruction and assessment. It also safely records that training has been undertaken.
Certification and assessment
Subject to the satisfactory completion of the assessment accompanying this course, learners are given access to an electronic certificate (in PDF format), which they are able to print and display.