Advanced management, 5 Steps to Risk Assessment (INDG163), HSG65 and case law to define principles including absolute, practicable, reasonably practicable and reasonable. Risk management including; COSHH, fire risk, hazards, control of contractors, accident management, legionella and gas service maintenance amongst other modules.
Essential reading for Company Directors and Trustees about corporate responsibility, the Duty of Care legislation, liability, the Turnbull Report and enforcement.
Understand computer workstation safety (DSE) such as the chair, screens and peripheral equipment including foot rests and wrist supports to safely improve pain and discomfort for your colleagues.
Exploring our own prejudices, ideas, attitudes, behaviours and actions to develop the ability to be more proactive and challenging in promoting equality and diversity in the workplace.
Understand mental health, interventions and presenteeism. Learn how to address early warning signs and returning to work, in addition how it impacts the business and the individual.
Understand the welfare of children and young people. Types of abuse, exploitation, Preventing Radicalisation, sources of stress, social exclusion and the effects of poverty are explained in addition to DBS Checks (Disclosure & Barring Service).
Understand stress risk assessments, improve absence management and long term sickness outcomes and how this impacts on the individual, workplace and the business as a whole with proven methods.
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Essentials for office safety, fire and emergency, work life balance, stress, accidents, computer workstation safety (DSE) as well as home working, manual handling and bullying.
Understand computer workstation safety (DSE), fire safety, manual handling and accidents, as well as an understanding of electrical equipment and personal protection equipment (PPE), stress and wellbeing.
Computer workstation safety (DSE) training helps avoid; back, neck and wrist pain (RSI). Workstation ergonomics discusses; posture, position of arms, legs, head and how the wrist support and foot rests may help or hinder existing injuries or vulnerabilities.
Fire Marshalls and Fire Wardens theory, including fire extinguisher types, fire doors, emergency lighting, emergency evacuation and other fire safety management concepts such as the fire triangle, conduction, convection and radiation.
HSE 5 Step guide including hierarchy of control and managing; people, equipment, materials and their environment. Understand the initial and residual risk factors including the likelihood and severity calculations.
Safety techniques for lifting with L.I.T.E (load, individual, task and environment) while considering bodily forces used when lifting to prevent musculoskeletal disorders.
Lone working, home visits and anti-social behaviour for; vendor meetings, property detail preparation and 'To Be Accompanied' Viewings (TBA's), in addition to the basic principles of workstation safety (DSE), manual handling and fire safety.
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Business waste resource management so that every employee within the business can be more aware of how they manage business waste resources, to reduce our harmful impact on the planet.
Free quick Health and Safety info course. You have legal responsibilities, so learn about Training, Risk Assessment, Policy, Planning, organising as well as a positive health and safety culture for free today.
Free Resources; Improve performance by boosting morale and create a positive health and safety culture. Learn from the community, others experiences and share your own.
Free resource; learn about healthy eating, mental wellbeing, the importance of rest, healthcare and exercise, in addition to raising awareness of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Free Resource; Learn about nutritional, dietary and hydration needs using the Eatwell Plate and the Food Triangle to inform employers, individuals, schools and social care organisations of healthier options.
Free Resource; understand limited mobility, non-weight bearing people ascending and descending staircases. Using realistic scenarios we highlight the potential social inclusion and exclusion of accessibility.