20 training courses found
Topics may include: Principles and practices of health and safety Planning health and safety objectives and training for employees Hazards in the wor
Course Objectives: This qualification is undertaken over a minimum of 4 days. It is divided into 4 units and is assessed through 3 multiple-choice examinations, a theoretical assessment and a practical assessment.
The CITB Health and Safety Awareness course is part 1 of a 2-part process to gain your green labourers CSCS Card. The course is delivered by means of case studies, class discussion, and interactive group work and tutor presentation.
Topics include: Discuss the dangers involved with Asbestos Discuss where Asbestos can be found Discuss what appropriate action should be taken in the
Course Aims: To provide Delegates with the knowledge and skills to manage medical emergencies in remote and hostile environments and prepare th
Course Content: The CCNSG Leading a Team Safely course is aimed at individuals who in the course of their work Manage or Supervise other members of staff. It is an additional course that is meant to supplement the CCNSG Safety Passport.
Course Details & Pre-requisites: The Risk Assessment course is the ideal starting point for anyone who is designated as the responsible person in a workplace. Even for business that are not legally required to have risk assessments written down, this course will help to prove due diligence in any health and safety situation.
Course Aims: To provide the students with the basic knowledge of Food Safety Course Objectives: By the end of the training session the
Aware of, and able to implement all updated health, safety, welfare and environmental legislation, which affects them in their role as manager Aware
Course Aims: To provide the students with the knowledge and awareness of vulnerable adults Course Objectives: By the end of the traini
Module 1 – Introducing Working Safely Module 2 – Defining Hazard and Risk Module 3 – Identifying Common Hazards Module 4 – Improving Safety Performan
Course Aims: To provide the necessary skills and knowledge to help those in the care sector to understand their limits when dealing with medication Course Objectives: Identify relevant legislation Discuss adverse reactions Discuss reporting and recording What are the rights of the individual Consider best practice What are M.A.
The CITB Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme (SEATS) is a one day course that will provide candidates with a thorough introduction to environmental issues on construction sites. It is designed to meet the basic environmental knowledge that the sub-contract chain are required to prove to major contractors, and covers the environmental aspects of the new touch screen Health, safety and environment test.
Course Aims: To provide students with the knowledge and skills in how to administer Epinephrine (Epi-Pen) Course Objectives: By the end of the tra
The First Person on Scene Intermediate (FPOSi) and is an intensive course designed to provide delegates with the skills necessary to treat casualties in medical emergencies, prior to the intervention of the emergency services. Delegates will be taught how to assess and triage casualties, the stabilisation of accident and trauma victims, how to assist Paramedics and official handover procedures.
Those who undertake this qualification will understand the importance of fire safety, the implications of a fire in the workplace and that in such an event; safety is the responsibility of everyone. Anybody who has an input to Fire Safety in the Workplace should hold this qualification.
Course Content: If you already possess a ECITB CCNSG Safety Passport but it’s coming up for renewal as long as it’s no more than three months passed the expiry date on the card there is no need to sit the full two day course. Candidates can also renew their Safety Passport three months before the expiry date on the card should that be convenient.
If you're a contractor that has staff working in manufacturing or process industries you have to ensure that your workers are trained to an acceptable standard when it comes to discharging their Health and Safety responsibilities. The ECITB manage the Client Contractor National Safety Group Safety Passport Scheme (CCNSG) that aims to help you do just that.
Understand the problems of the industry Have an understanding of how health and safety law is structured and how it applies to supervisors Identify h
Course Aims: To provide the students with the knowledge and skills to minimise the risks associated with COSHH, and what to do in the event of a COSHH incident.