Health & Safety and Compliance training courses

Fire Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
30m

Fire Awareness training is essential for all workplaces. Employees are legally required to undertake Fire Awareness Training. In this course, employees will learn what fires need to spread, how they start and which fire extinguisher is needed for each specific fire and much more.

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Fire Warden (Marshal) Training

CPD, IOSH, RoSPA
Health & Safety
40m

Our Fire Marshal & Warden Training is an in-depth course to provide the essential knowledge and skills for a Fire Marshal/Warden in any workplace. Assigning someone in a workplace with this role will demonstrate a clear commitment to legislation and implementing a thorough emergency procedure for fires.

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PPE Training - Personal Protective Equipment

CPD, IOSH, RoSPA
Health & Safety
35m

Our Personal Protective Equipment Training Course is essential for anyone who works with dangerous machinery and has to wear any kind of protective equipment. In order to prevent accidents, PPE should always be provided by employers, used by employees if required and maintained properly.

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General Workshop Safety Training

CPD, IOSH, RoSPA
Health & Safety
35m

This General Workshop Safety Training Course is essential for employers and employees operating in a workshop. This course looks at how and why accidents happen and what can be done to prevent them.

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Noise Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
25m

By providing employees with our Noise Awareness Training you can decrease the possibility of hearing damage and hearing loss. This course focuses who might be at risk, what the risks are and how they can be reduced.

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Abrasive Wheel Safety Training

CPD, IIRSM, IOSH
Health & Safety
40m

Our Abrasive Wheels Safety Training course is a perfect way to show commitment to PUWER compliance and is suitable for employees in both the construction and manufacturing sector.

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Eye Protection Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
30m

This Eye Protection Training course is perfect for anyone working within a job where PPE is required. This course helps to identify the hazards and first-aid advice should an accident happen.

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Environmental Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Business Compliance
45m

Our Environmental Awareness Training Course is suitable for everyone. This course looks at the threats that our environment faces and aims to educate learners on simple changes they can make to protect it.

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Hand Arm Vibration Awareness (HAVS) Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
20m

This Hand Arm Vibration Awareness (HAVS) Training is essential for both employers and employees to reduce vibration exposure at work and how to recognise it. The effects of HAVS can be disabling if symptoms are not recognised early on.

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PUWER Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
30m

Our PUWER Training course will guide you through what you need to know when working with potentially dangerous equipment. PUWER stands for the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations. PUWER also assigns specific responsibilities to employers.

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First Aid Appointed Person Training

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

Our First Aid Appointed Person Training Course is designed to help the designated 'responsible person' know what their role and responsibilities are as an appointed person. This course is designed to work alongside our First Aid Requirements in the Workplace (including RIDDOR) course.

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Spill Kit Training: Chemicals & Oils

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

Our Spill Kit Training: Chemicals and Oils prepares people to handle spillages of hazardous liquids, how they can prevent them and how best to use the equipment provided in a spill kit. The most important thing to do when you encounter a spill is to remember to protect yourself first. 

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First Aid at Work Refresher Training

CPD, Skills For Care
Health & Safety
80m

Our First Aid at Work Refresher Training course acts as a refresher for first aiders practical training, or it can be used as an introduction to first aid for anyone looking to take a practical course. It's critical that workplaces have the correct people in place to deal with potentially life-threatening situations.

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Your Legal Manufacturing Health & Safety Responsibilities

  • The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981

    This defines the responsibilities of employers to provide adequate equipment, facilities, personnel, risk assessments and to educate employers on the workplaces first aid arrangments.

  • The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005

    A legislation brought forward by the European Union Directive to make sure workers were protected from high levels of vibration that are a risk to their health.

  • The Environmental Protection Act 1990 and the Environment Act 1995

    This legislation states that anyone who handles, produces or disposes of waste must do it properly or safely. Those who do not do so could face imprisonment or fines.

  • Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992

    This legislation aims to reduce the risk of accidents to you or someone else by using the correct PPE, which is the employer's duty to supply. It is the employee's responsibility to use the PPE correctly and at the right time though.

  • The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998

    This legislation states that any machinery or equipment must be fit for purpose. It also states that anyone using the equipment must be trained in how to do so.

  • The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005

    States that employers have to eliminate or reduce the risks of noise exposure to employees. They also have to provide hearing protection, provide training, information & health surveillance & review a situation if noise exposure levels change.

  • The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999

    Employers must carry out risk assessments & review them often, keep records, plan preventative measures as a result of a risk assessment, carry out health checks where necessary and appoint a 'responsible person' to help them comply with legal obligations.

  • The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) order 2005

    There must be at least one person appointed to carry out preventative and protective measures of this legislation. This person should have training, knowledge and experience to implement these measures effectively.

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