Health & Safety and Compliance training courses

Fire Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
30m

Fire Awareness Training is an essential and compulsory piece of training for any workplace. In order to keep your workplace and employees safe, this course educated on the risks the fire poses and what the relevant signage is to help your employees in an emergency situation.

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Fire Warden (Marshal) Training

CPD, IOSH, RoSPA
Health & Safety
40m

Fire Warden Training is the best way to equip your designated Fire Marshal/Warden with the skills and knowledge to become fully trained. This course touches upon how to organise a safe evacuation, the correct use of fire extinguishers and ensuring your workplace maintains the appropriate health and safety standards. 

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DSE Training (Display Screen Equipment)

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
25m

Our DSE (Display Screen Equipment) training course is ideal for anyone who regularly uses a computer at work. This training is a legal requirement and includes a FREE DSE risk assessment template so that employers and employees can assess individuals workstations.

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Manual Handling Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
35m

Manual Handling training is not just for employees working in warehouses. It is suitable for anyone as we all encounter many lifting operations in day-to-day life. Poor manual handling is responsible for more than a third of workplace accidents. This course will teach the best lifting technique for safe workplace lifting.

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Cyber Security Awareness Training

CPD, Skills For Care
Business Compliance
35m

This Cyber Security Awareness Training is suitable for all employees. It provides information for the best way to help protect your computers, networks, programmes and data from harm. We all have an individual responsibility to keep our information safe when using our computers.

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Environmental Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Business Compliance
45m

Our Environmental Awareness Training is a great way to educate all staff on what they can do to reduce environmental damage, whilst covering various legislation relevant to this course. It is not just big companies that need to make changes, companies of all sizes have a responsibility too.

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Equality and Diversity Training

CPD
Human Resources
30m

Equality & Diversity Training is essential for anyone in any workplace. This course explains what the 'protected characteristics' are, as part of the Equality Act 2010. It addresses what stereotyping, unacceptable behaviour and discrimination is. 

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GDPR Essentials Training

CPD, Skills For Care
Business Compliance
35m

GDPR Training is essential for anyone who handles personal data at work. This course gives a broad understanding of what exactly the GDPR is and how it will affect you and your job. This new legislation will now allow for larger fines when companies encounter a data breach and has redefined what personal data is.

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Mental Health Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Human Resources
40m

Although spoken about far more than it used to be, there is still a stigma attached to Mental Health. This Mental Health Awareness course helps to raise awareness and provides tools, tips and ideas for wellbeing management. This course aims to get people talking about Mental Health more openly.

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Bullying & Harassment Training

CPD
Human Resources
15m

Our Bullying and Harassment Training course aims to help anyone identify, prevent and tackle the negative behaviours classified as bullying. While the topic itself is approached in a gentle and sensitive manner, there are practical steps provided to combat bullying and harassment.

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Stress Awareness & Management Training

CPD, IOSH, Skills For Care
Human Resources
30m

Stress can affect anyone. Our Stress Awareness Training provides practical steps on how to prevent stress and stay in control if stress is mounting up. There are also tips to recognise stress before it becomes a serious problem. This course will suggest ways to change routines and behaviours to be more productive and aim to reduce stress.

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First Aid Appointed Person Training

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

Every workplace should have at least one First Aid Appointed Person. Within this course, we detail the roles and responsibilities of this individual and explain what to do in the case of emergencies, accidents or injuries.

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Your Legal Office Responsibilities

  • The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) order 2005

    This legislation requires employers to train all employees on fire awareness. It is recommended that staff complete training each year, to ensure that they are fully equipped to act safely in case of an emergency and to show commitment to legislation.

  • The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations of 1992

    All employers have the responsibility to provide risk assessments and provide adequate information and training for people using display equipment workstations. They must also provide employees with information about the health and safety rules relating to their workstations.

  • The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992

    This legislation states that manual handling includes lifting, pushing, pulling, lowering, carrying and moving anything by bodily force. Training should be informative and suitable for people, tasks and environment involved.

  • The GDPR

    The General Data Protection Regulation derives from the EU Data Protection Directive. Breaches must now also be reported in 72-hours, and personal data has been redefined.

  • The Environmental Protection Act 1990 and the Environment Act 1995

    This legislation allows for business owners or homeowners to be fined or imprisoned when they do not dispose of rubbish properly and safely. Anyone who owns a business or house where they produce, dispose or handle waste have the responsibility to do so safely.

  • The Equality and Diversity Act 2010

    Everyone has the right to fair and equal treatment, irrespective of any characteristics. The things that make people different should not be used to treat them differently. This is, under the Act, illegal.

  • The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999

    These two legislations are relevant to our Stress Awareness Course as they talk about the health and safety of staff and this includes minimising the risk of illness and injuries related to stress.

  • The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981

    This legislation states that employers have to provide the right facilities, equipment personnel and risk assessments. And (as stated before) the legal minimum is to provide a First Aid Appointed Person.

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