Duration of 31 minutes
From just £3 per person
|Contents||This programme is designed to ensure all staff understand why slips, trips and falls happen and what they can do to reduce this risk and avoid workplace accidents.|
|Completion||20 question multiple choice test with printable Certificate|
|Legislation||The Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999|
This Slips, Trips and Falls training course is designed to give you all the information you need to effectively recognise and control the risks from slip, trip and fall hazards in your workplace.
This particular fall prevention programme is for everyone –employers, safety representatives and employees – because after all, anyone can have a workplace accident.
Approved by RoSPA and taking around 30 minutes to complete, slips, trips and fall prevention training from iHasco focuses attention on awareness, prevention and personal responsibility; as well as providing a clear step by step outline of how to identify and endeavour to minimise this kind of risk in a variety of work environments.
This course also looks at how to perform a comprehensive risk assessment for slips, trips and falls, and at the steps involved in putting appropriate measures in place to help prevent this kind of accident occurring.
We are all responsible for ensuring our workplaces are as free from hazards as possible. In this section we look at how to prevent workplace accidents by taking responsibility, dealing with hazards, making them safe and knowing who to report dangers to.
2. Slips and Trips
Here we look at what slips and trips are and look at how to avoid such workplace accidents. We explain through video, graphics and images many of the potential dangers that may make a slip, a trip or a fall more likely to happen - including those to do with the environment, human factors and housekeeping.
Nearly a third of all major fall injuries involve ladders. In this section we highlight the importance of always using the correct equipment and choosing the least dangerous option if you do need to increase your height. Step-by-step guides show you how to site and use step-ladders and ladders properly in order to avoid workplace accidents.
This training will have ensured a better understanding of why slips, trips and falls happen and shown you what falls prevention involves and how you can do to reduce the likelihood of workplace accidents happening. Here we remind you of your responsibility - see it sort it, if you can’t sort it – make it safe and report it. It’s the surest way of falls prevention and reducing the rate of workplace accidents.
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- Asbestos Awareness
- Assessing Mental Capacity
- COSHH Training
- COSHH Training (Polski)
- Data Protection
- Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
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- Display Screen Equipment REFRESHER
- Driver Awareness
- Electrical Safety in the Workplace
- Environmental Awareness
- Fire Awareness REFRESHER Training
- Fire Awareness Training
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- Fire Warden Training
- First Aid Appointed Person in the Workplace
- First Aid Requirements and RIDDOR
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- Infection Prevention and Control
- Legionella Awareness
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- Manual Handling REFRESHER Training
- Moving and Handling People
- Noise Awareness in the Workplace
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Risk Assessment in the Workplace
- Safeguarding Children
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- Slips, Trips and Falls
- Stress Awareness in the Workplace
- Working at Height
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