37 training courses found
Electrical Safety eLearning is a 20 minute course designed to highlight the main dangers associated with the misuse of electrical equipment, and to encourage the safe use of electricity in a normal commercial environment. Courses are regularly updated so that the look and content are as fresh and stylish as possible.
CPR Essentials eLearning is a 40 minute course which provides the core theoretical knowledge needed to perform Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). It is designed to accompany a practical demonstration of CPR or to be used as a refresher training course.
Whether your company is active or not on social media, your employees probably are. Social media can bring many benefits to the workplace; increased collaboration, brand awareness, etc.
DSE E-Learning (ErgoWize) is a 25 minute course that instructs employees in the correct set up and safe use of their DSE, computer workstation, desk and chair. This course has been Approved by RoSPA.
Drug & Alcohol Awareness eLearning is a 20 minute course that provides employees with information regarding the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse, as well as specific rules regarding the use of these substances in the workplace. The course has been designed to suit most organisations but also has the ability for easy customisation, to allow organisations to adapt the course to any specific rules in place.
Cases of Legionnaires’ disease, caused by Legionella bacteria, are fortunately rare. However, when they occur, they can be fatal to vulnerable people and expensive to organisations and to individual managers.
The Food Safety Essentials course follows the CIEH syllabus, level 2. The course is aimed at food handlers who work in the following sectors: catering, manufacturing retail sectors (e.
Fire Safety eLearning is a 35 minute online course designed to deliver information about this key topic quickly and effectively. This course has been Approved by RoSPA.
Hazardous Substances (COSHH) eLearning is a 25 minute course that provides an overview of what hazardous substances are and how to work safely with them. It communicates preventative and control measures in order to avoid harmful exposure.
If, as an organisation, you use Contractors or Sub-contractors to carry out work on your premises, then it is your responsibility to provide information regarding the site/premises and any hazards that may affect their activities. It is important to communicate any specific Health & Safety requirements contractors must comply with (such as site access, security and emergency procedures) to ensure the safety of both parties.
Employers are responsible for the discriminatory actions of their employees, which includes bullying and harassment behaviours. The course describes both informal and formal procedures for dealing with a complaint, and follows the bullying and harassment guidance at work recommended by Acas (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service).
The importation and use of asbestos was not banned until 1999. Due to the health risks associated with asbestos, it is now illegal to use these materials in the construction or refurbishment of any premises but a significant amount of asbestos materials are still in place in commercial, industrial, public and residential buildings.
Grievances are concerns, problems or complaints that employees may have about their work, working conditions or relationships with colleagues. Grievances are best dealt with informally however, for unresolved grievances, organisations should have formal procedures in place to ensure issues are dealt with fairly and consistently.
The 45 minute Security and Terror Alerts online eLearning course details the types of terrorist and security threats that can affect any working environment. Security threats can come in any different forms, such as phoned in bomb threats or packages, parcels or even luggage containing hazards that may be posted to a specific address or abandoned in public areas.
Environmental Awareness is a 40 minute course designed to support the efforts of organisations who have achieved ISO standards, by promoting more sustainable environmental practices within the workplace. It is a means of encouraging employees to make a difference both at work and at home.
Disciplinary procedures are required to ensure fair treatment for those whose job performance is below an acceptable level and for those involved in breaches of discipline. The course follows the procedures recommended by the Acas (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures.
Equality & Diversity eLearning is a 20 minute online course that ensures employees are aware of the issues of equality and diversity in the workplace and what their role is in relation to these issues. Employers are responsible for the discriminatory actions of their employees.
This is a short course designed to introduce managers to the concept of risk assessments, why they are important, and what their responsibilities are with regard to this area. There are sound financial, legal and ethical reasons why companies should be aware of, and carry out, appropriate risk assessments.
Health & Safety for Managers is a 35 minute course designed to introduce managers to their safety obligations and responsibilities when supervising the employees who report to them. It communicates the importance of risk assessment, avoiding accidents and Health & Safety policy.
Food Hygiene E-Learning is a 50 minute course for employees about to commence work in a food handling or preparation environment. It communicates clear guidance on the essential rules of hygiene that must be followed by anyone who works with food.