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27 training courses found
The aim of this course is to explain the requirements of CDM 2015. It is for all persons involved with major construction projects.
This course contains important health and safety information and advice for employers, managers, and all those whose main job is driving, as well as those who drive or ride at work occasionally or for short distances. References to drivers and driving include riders and riding.
Aims: To explain the hazards associated with welding and safe working practices recommended for all welding tasks. Who will benefit from this course: Welders and employees whose work exposes them to welding tasks.
Aims: To describe the nature of asbestos, explain the reasons why it is hazardous, and consider the main requirements of the control of asbestos in the workplace regulations. Who will benefit from this course: Employers, employees, the self-employed, and particularly persons responsible for work premises and control of asbestos.
Aims: To increase awareness and the chemical safety of all employees working with chemicals or who come into contact with chemicals. The online chemical safety training course is also for those who require a basic knowledge of chemical hazards, the relevant legislation and an understanding of chemical safety.
Aims: To explain the requirements of the Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (lifting regulations LOLER). Who will benefit from this course: Employers, employees, self employed and any other person who has control of lifting equipment, its use or those who use it.
Aims: The online training course, Provision and Use of Work Equipment, aims to explain the requirement of work equipment regulations 98 PUWER. Who will benefit from this course: Employers, managers, supervisors who provide work equipment to their employees and to self employed persons working for them.
Aims: The electrical safety at work training course ensures that persons using electrical equipment are able to identify potential hazards caused by careless use and to detect common faults which would render electrical equipment unsafe. Basic fist aid for victims of electrocution is also covered.
Aims: The dangerous substances and explosive atmospheres training course aims to explain the requirements of the dangerous substances regulations (DSEAR 2002). Who will benefit from this course: Managers and employees who are required to work on a site which contains a classified hazardous area(s).
Aims: Site environment management online training explains the key environmental issues facing all businesses. Who will benefit from this course? Employers, employees and particularly persons responsible for site environmental issues or site environment management.
Aims: The noise at work training course explains noise, the damage it can do, and the steps which should be taken to prevent such damage from noise in the workplace. Noise at workplace training covers both employers’ and employees’ obligations under the noise at work regulations.
Aims: The Electricity at Work Regulations online training module explains the requirements and implications of the electricity at work regulation and outlines the duties and responsibilities of everyone affected by the legislation Who will benefit from this course: Primarily employers and managers but also users of electrical equipment will find this content useful. Includes an manager electrical assessment checklist.
Aims: The Introduction to Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) training course aims to explain the requirements of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations, deals with the responsibilities of both employers and employees, and looks at issues relating to hazard substances, hazard substances control, and hazard substances management. Who will benefit from this course: Employers, employees, the self-employed, and particularly persons responsible for work premises.
Aims: To raise awareness of the lawful requirement to conduct risk assessments and explain the process to enable the production of workplace risk assessments. Who will benefit from this course? Employers, managers, supervisors particularly those who control the work of others.
Aims: The safe manual handling or manual handling regulations training course as it is also known, explains the basic principles of correct manual handling, and the injuries which can be caused by poor lifting technique in accordance with manual handling regulations. Who will benefit from this course: All employees, particularly those whose work involves a disproportionate level of manual handling.
Aims: The safe working at heights online training course encourages the adoption of safe practices whilst working at height and provides instruction in the correct use of access and safety equipment. Who will benefit from this course: Employers, managers and all employees whose work exposes them to work at height.
Aims: The safety matters training module explains and raises understanding of basic Health & Safety issues, requirements and duties in accordance with health and safety regulations. Who will benefit from this course: All employees, particularly inductees and young people requiring basic health and safety training.
Aims: The heat stress at work training course aims to consider the dangers associated with working in a hot and humid environment and to identify risk reduction techniques. Who will benefit from this course: Employees, the self employed, and particularly persons who are required to work in hot and or humid environments and need to understand heat stress at work safety.
Aims: The online Safety Signs and Signals Regulations training course explains the different types of safety signs and how and where they should be used. Who will benefit from this course? All employees who need to understand the meaning of safety signs used at work.
Aims: To explain the requirements of the “Management of H&S at Work Regulations 1999″ and encourages a more systematic approach to health and safety management in line with HSG65 (HSE Guidance Note HSG65). Who will benefit from this course: Employers, particularly those responsible for the management of health and safety, managers and other H&S professionals.