Health & Safety and Compliance training courses

Bar Staff Training (Working in Licensed Premises)

CPD
Health & Safety
60m

Licensing laws are essential in controlling the sale and supply of alcohol. Our Bar Staff Training (Working in Licensed Premises) includes a guide on age verification and how to refuse someone. It also includes public safety and preventing crime, violence, disorder or nuisance behaviour. 

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Food Safety and Hygiene Training - Level 1

CPD
Health & Safety
50m

This Food Safety and Hygiene Level 1 Training is vital for anyone who works where food is sold, made or served. This is essential to prevent food poisoning and contamination and ensuring cleanliness and good personal hygiene. It also looks at safe storage and waste disposal.

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Food Safety and Hygiene Training - Level 2

CPD
Health & Safety
70m

The Food Safety and Hygiene Level 2 Training is legally required for anyone who regularly handles food if it is in production, preparation or sale. This course is in-depth and builds on the Level 1 course. The course covers everything you need to know about food poisoning and goes into more depth on how food can become contaminated.

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Food Allergy Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
35m

Food Allergy Awareness Training is a legal requirement set by the EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation. It states that food allergen information must be supplied to consumers to protect them from harm. This course details exactly what allergens are, the laws surrounding them and how to avoid cross-contamination.

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COSHH Training

CPD, IOSH, Skills For Care
Health & Safety
25m

Our COSHH Training covers chemical and hazardous substance safety in the workplace. COSHH stands for the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health. This course will cover the hazardous symbols, what the effects of exposure are and simple steps to protect yourself in the workplace.

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Fire Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
30m

This training is a legal requirement for all workplaces of 5 people and above. This Fire Awareness Training provides information to employees about the nature of fire, fire signs, hazards and how to handle an emergency. This course also touches upon how to correctly use fire extinguishers and what fires they should be used on.

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Fire Warden (Marshal) Training

CPD, IOSH, RoSPA
Health & Safety
40m

It is a legal requirement for every workplace to have a Fire Marshal. This Fire Marshal Training is a key component in ensuring that your workplace maintains a good health and safety standard. This course also details exactly what proactive and reactive duties are expected from the Warden.

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First Aid Appointed Person Training

CPD, RoSPA, Skills For Care
Health & Safety
20m

This First Aid Appointed Person Training is essential in educating the assigned individual on their roles and responsibilities as a First Aid Appointed Person. This course includes workplace health and safety requirements and how to deal with an emergency.

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Drug and Alcohol Awareness Training

CPD, RoSPA
Human Resources
25m

This Drug & Alcohol Awareness Course is suitable for all different industries and all employees. The aim of this course is to raise awareness of drug and alcohol addiction and make sure it doesn't become a problem at work. Through this course, you will learn the signs to identify in others as well as the effects on your health. 

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Environmental Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Business Compliance
45m

Our Environmental Awareness Training Course is suitable for all employees in all industries. It's not just the big companies that need to make changes, it's ALL companies. This course will equip staff with the knowledge to make businesses more environmentally friendly.

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Manual Handling Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
35m

This Manual Handling Training is essential for not just warehouse employees but any employees that have day-to-day lifting tasks. This course also includes the 'LITE' lifting technique - Load, Individual, Task and Environment are all the things that you need to consider for any manual handling task.

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Spill Kit Training: Chemicals & Oils

CPD, IOSH, Skills For Care
Health & Safety
20m

This Spill Kit Training aims to reduce the risks associated with spills and includes things to stop them from spreading. Spill Kits are to be used in emergencies and there are various size spill kits that can be purchased for a workplace. Most contain the same base products and vary in purpose, this course will include what procedure to follow when you encounter a spill.

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Sexual Harassment Awareness Training

CPD
Human Resources
25m

Sexual Harassment Awareness Training is important for ALL employees. It helps protect people from any sexual harassment in the workplace. This course will raise awareness and provide tools and information to prevent and identify unwanted behaviour. All workplace cultures should be positive and free from any of this negative behaviour.

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Customer Service Training

CPD
Business Compliance
35m

This Customer Service Training is essential for anyone who works in a customer-centred role. Working with customers can mean that you have to deal with tricky situations on the spot and only have a few seconds to decide your reaction. Having good customer service can result in customer retention and bigger and more frequent sales.

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Conflict Resolution Training

CPD
Human Resources
30m

This Conflict Resolution Training is CPD Accredited and gives you the strategy to best deal with conflict. It has been found that 85% of people deal with conflict at work and 29% of people deal with it nearly constantly.

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HACCP Training - Level 2

CPD
Health & Safety
35m

If your company produce, handle, retail, or distribute consumable products, you are legally required to implement HACCP as a food safety management system. This course teaches users to put HACCP principles into practice.

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Your Legal Hospitality & Retail Responsibilities

  • The Licensing Act 2003

    There are four main aims of this legislation, preventing crime, promote public safety, prevent public nuisance and protect children from harm. Any organisation that sells alcohol has to adhere to these responsibilities.

  • The Food Hygiene Regulations 2006

    This legislation displays the basic hygiene requirements for those working with food, including the premises and equipment staff use and the training. Proof of adequate training and practice is required by law.

  • The Food Information Regulations 2014

    This legislation changed the wat allergens were labelled on food packaging. It states that you can no longer say if you don't know if an allergy is present, you can't say that it 'could' contain an allergen, oral statements need to be backed up in writing and any non-compliance can result in a large fine.

  • The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002

    This legislation assigns duties to employers to protect employees from hazardous substances at work. Risks should be assessed and any potential exposure should be controlled, and there should be procedures in place for accidents/emergencies. Finally, training should be supplied to anyone who may be exposed.

  • The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) order 2005

    This legislation requires employers to provide training to ALL staff and is good practice to renew training every 12 months. By providing this training staff are equipped to deal with these emergencies and potentially save their lives.

  • The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981

    This legislation states that employers have to provide 4 things: adequate first aid equipment, adequate first aid facilities, adequate first aid personnel, risk assessments and inform employees of First Aid arrangements.

  • The Misuse of Drugs Act 1971

    This act has three different classes Class A/B/C drugs. These three different classes have different penalties. Possible offences are possession of a drug unlawfully, possession of a drug with intent to supply, supplying an illegal drug or allowing premises you occupy to be used unlawfully to supply or produce drugs.

  • The Environmental Protection Act 1990 and the Environment Act 1995

    This legislation states that any employees who produce, handle or disposes of waste have a responsibility to make sure it's done properly and safely. It also allows businesses and households to be given fines or prison sentences.

  • The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992

    This legislation states that manual handling can include any lifting, pushing, pulling, carrying or lowering. Manual Handling should be suitable for the individual and the risks with the task have been assessed.

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