Health and Safety you can’t ignore!
Ouch provide modern, cost effective Health & Safety training services. We believe that a safe working environment benefits everyone and we aim to make this a reality through effective training, support and advice. From our head office in Dorset, we direct our nationwide team of dynamic trainers.
We offer flexibility and personal attention, helping you to receive the right training for your organisation.
Our experienced trainers deliver a range of courses using exciting training styles and materials. We know that if the learning experience is enjoyable and relevant, delegates will remember their new skills and be able to recall them when they are really needed.
We teach delegates not only how to take control in emergency situations but also how to carry out effective planning and prevention. Ouch Health and Safety training can be more than just a legal requirement: the acquisition of valuable skills also leads to greater confidence and self-esteem within an improved safety culture.
For smaller businesses and individuals we offer a number of open courses to provide learning opportunities for everyone.
To deliver memorable and interesting Health & Safety training
To use approachable qualified trainers with extensive real life experience
To use effective training methods that encourage more complete learning
To ensure our training reflects the latest regulatory and legislative changes
To offer excellent customer service and flexibility
To be involved in community projects and make training available to all
CIEH premium centre for the delivery of Ofqual accredited training (First Aid, H&S, Food Safety, Manual handling)
IOSH approved training centre
JAUPT approved training centre
FAIB approved for first aid at work and
19 training courses found
The CIEH Level 3 Award in Fire Safety Risk Assessment and Control helps candidates consolidate and develop their existing knowledge of workplace fire safety. Candidates gain a thorough understanding of the formal fire risk assessment process for non-complex, low - or normal-risk premises that do not contain high risk associated with the work or building features.
Course Overview This new CIEH qualification provides essential information about manual handling hazards and their control. To give you maximum flexibility this qualification gives you two possible outcomes.
This qualification, based on a one day training programme, will enable successful candidates to act as emergency first aiders in their workplaces. Learning Outcomes Understand the roles and responsibilites of a first aider Access an incident Manage an unresponsive casualty who it breathing normally Manage an unresponsive casualty who is not breathing normally Recognise and assist a causalty who is choking Manage a casualty with external bleeding, in shock or with a minor injury.
As a Senior Executive, your time is precious. That's why we've designed our Leading Safely course in conjuntion with business leaders to cover only what you need, in as short a time as possible.
Asbestos awareness training is legally required for anyone who may be exposed to asbestos materials during their work and those that supervise their activities. Successful completion of the course will demonstrate a basic awareness of asbestos and compliance with Regulation 10 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
This course provides delegates with an opportunity to practice and update their skills by a combination of formal training and practical hands-on scenarios. The course will concentrate on emergency life support with time at the end of the course to briefly cover client specific topics; e.
Course Overview This course is designed to be relevant to most workplaces, as there are many shared fire hazards and risks, e.g.
The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 place a general duty on employers to provide first-aid treatment to employees within the workplace environment. The employer has overall responsibility for the risk assessment (assessment of first-aid need) that will establish the level of first-aid cover required.
The CIEH Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work consists of two units that will enable successful delegates to act as a first aider in their workplace. Unit 1: Emergency First Aid in the workplace Unit 2: Recognition and management of illness and injury in the workplace Who is it for? Anyone identified by their employer as being suitable to take on the role of a first aider in their workplace.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Managing Safely training course is intended for managers and supervisors in any sector and any organisation. This course is widely recognised as the minimum standard of health and safety training for managers at all levels, providing an excellent basis for those wishing to progress their health and safety professional qualifications.
The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Working Safely training course is intended for people at any level in any sector, needing grounding in the essentials of health and safety. This course is widely recognised, and offers everyone an understanding of why they must ‘work safely’.
Your organisation needs to manage Asbestos to ensure the safety of all affected by your works. This course will show you how to do this in a practical way to reassure all concerned.
The CIEH Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work may be more suitable for lower risk work environments, such as offices and shops and/or organisations with fewer than 100 employees. For regulatory purposes, successfully completing the CIEH Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work will enable the candidate to act as a first aider in the workplace.
Promoting safe behaviour at work is a critical part of the management of health and safety. Good behaviour turns health and safety management systems and operational procedures into reality and can be used to minimise errors, and reduce potential for accidents and near misses.
The course provides delegates with the information necessary to undertake and document DSE risk assessments. It gives an insight into the legislation and background behind DSE assessment and examines the implications of incorrect DSE usage.
Course Overview This QCF accredited course offers an insight into the fundamentals of food hygiene including identifying catering hazards and risks that could lead to food poisoning. Topics covered: Legislation Food safety and hygiene hazards Temperature control Refrigeration, chilling and cold holding Cooking, hot holding and reheating Food handling Principles of safe food storage Cleaning Food premises and equipment Course Objectives Firm grasp of the importance of food safety and knowledge of the systems, techniques and procedures involved; Understanding of how to control food safety risks (personal hygiene, food storage, cooking and handling); Confidence and expertise to safely deliver quality food to customers.
This practical course aims to provide delegates with the understanding, knowledge and confidence to carry out initial risk assessments or review existing assessments. The course ensures that all stages of risk assessment are covered, accompanied by examples of risk assessment procedures and policies to aid delegate understanding.
This course has been approved by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health’s for the award of its ‘Directing safely’ certificate. It aims to ensure that people at the most senior levels appreciate the importance of health and safety and their responsibilities in relation to it.
Keep your knowledge and skills up to date with our IOSH Managing Safely Refresher course. Health and safety legislation and best practice change on a regular nasis.