Health & Safety and Compliance training courses

First Aid Appointed Person Training

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

Our First-Aid Appointed Person Training is perfect for designated first-aiders within a business to understand their responsibilities as a First-Aider. It looks at Health and Safety requirements and how to deal with an emergency - It teaches the first aid appointed person to how to remain calm and confident in an emergency and how to give assurance to someone who has been injured.

Our First-Aid Appointed Person Training is one of our shortest courses, taking just 20 minutes to complete. It's also CPD and RoSPA approved, highlighting its quality.

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First Aid Requirements and RIDDOR Training

CPD, RoSPA, Skills For Care
Health & SafetyManagement
15m

This First Aid Requirements & RIDDOR training programme will help you identify what first aid personnel you require, depending on the size of your business. It also explains RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations) and what must be reported to them and how to go about this.

Work towards compliance with the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 by completing our course online in just 15 minutes! It's also CPD & RoSPA approved.

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Accident Reporting Training

CPD, RoSPA
Health & Safety
15m

Good accident reporting can not only help to increase workplace safety but it can also play a huge role in preventing future accidents from happening in the workplace, after all, prevention is always better than cure. This course also includes a downloadable accident report form!

This Accident Reporting Training will help you meet the requirements of RIDDOR 2013 and ensures you know how to complete a clear and concise report should there be an accident. 

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First Aid at Work Refresher Training

CPD, Skills For Care
Health & Safety
80m

There were over 555,000 non-fatal workplace accidents recorded in 2017/18. This First Aid at Work Refresher Training works perfectly as a refresher alongside practical training as a first aider or before you undertake your first aid training. Injuries and illnesses can happen at any time at work so it is important that first aiders know how to deal with them effectively.

This CPD Accredited Course will help you work towards compliance with the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981.

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Emergency First Aid at Work Training - Refresher

CPD, Skills For Care
Health & Safety
50m

Refresh your knowledge on your role as an Emergency First Aider, how to assess illnesses or injuries such as burns, cuts or choking and act safely in those situations as well as effectively dealing with emergencies. This awareness training is a useful way to refresh your knowledge, but you will still need to complete practical training too. 

This Emergency First Aid at Work Course will provide instant certificates upon completion and is CPD Accredited.

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Your Legal First-Aid Responsibilities

As previously mentioned, every business is legally required to have at least one appointed first aid person and larger businesses may need multiple first aiders (if you are unsure of your first aid requirements our First-Aid Requirements and RIDDOR training may be the perfect solution for you). The HSE states “Employers are required to carry out an assessment of first-aid needs. This involves consideration of workplace hazards and risks, the size of the organisation and other relevant factors, to determine what first-aid equipment, facilities and personnel should be provided.”

  • The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981

    This requires employers to provide adequate first aid equipment, facilities and first aid personnel, as well as providing risk assessments and informing employees of the businesses first aid arrangements.

  • Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995

    You are required by law to report any serious workplace incidents, including deaths, major injuries, ‘7-day injuries’, work-related diseases and ‘near miss’ accidents.

    [In the event of serious work-related injury or death] the responsible person shall: (i)forthwith notify the relevant enforcing authority thereof by the quickest practicable means; and (ii) within 10 days send a report thereof to the relevant enforcing authority Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995, Section 3 (1)

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