9 courses in this bundle

Returning to Work Training

CPD, IOSH
Human Resources
25m

This comprehensive Returning to Work Training course provides guidance on the return process, explores any relevant policies & procedures and details support mechanisms to aid a smooth return. It is key to ensuring employer and employee expectations meet and allows business operations to be carried out confidently and hopefully become stronger for it.

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Returning to Work (during & after COVID-19) Training

CPD, IOSH
Human Resources
25m

This Returning to Work after COVID-19 Training has been designed to assist employees make a smooth transition back to the working environment, whether they have been furloughed or were working from home. It looks at appropriate measures and adjustments to help companies move forward in these turbulent times as well as addresses any possible anxieties that employees may face. Resolving these issues will help lead to a workforce that is productive and motivated.

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Fire Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
30m

Fire Awareness Training falls under a company’s legal training obligations. When someone is returning to work it makes sense to provide this training as part of their return process.

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DSE Training (Display Screen Equipment)

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
25m

Correct use of DSE is vital to avoid musculoskeletal injuries, eye strain and headaches. When employees return to work it is good practise to remind them of best set up for DSE so they remain in good habits. Our course is IOSH Approved and includes a free DSE Risk Assessment.

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Resilience Training

CPD, IOSH
Human Resources
35m

Resilience Training is a course that all employees will hugely benefit from. Periods of change can affect wellbeing and present personal challenges. Providing the tools to build resilience will help employees quickly settle back to work.

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Mental Health Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Human Resources
40m

Mental health is just as important as physical health. By providing Mental Health Awareness Training you can ensure employees are equipped to look after their day-to-day wellbeing and recognise when they may need further support. Returning to work can be emotional and supporting staff mentally should be part of the transition.

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Infection Prevention and Control Training

CPD, IOSH, Skills For Care
Health & Safety
40m

This online training course will provide confidence to all employees that infection prevention & control is important and taken seriously. It covers infection knowledge and best hygiene practices to help minimise the spread of infection among the workforce. 

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Risk Assessment Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & SafetyManagement
35m

Any risks in the workplace must be recorded through an organisations risk assessments. Our online training course explains why & when they should be recorded, and includes a free risk assessment tool.

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Managing Anxiety Training

CPD, IOSH
Human Resources
25m

With 602,000 workers suffering from work-related stress, depression, or anxiety, it is crucial that organisations offer their employees guidance on how to best deal with anxious thoughts whilst at work. This course introduces employees to this information.

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Your Legal Responsibilities

Employees safety is paramount and there are many legal obligations relating to the health and safety of employees that employers must adhere to. Here are some of the key considerations.

  • Employment Rights Act 1996

    This act deals with the rights that employees are entitled to when they work, including unfair dismissal, reasonable notice before dismissal, time off rights for parenting, redundancy & more, and covers their right to return.

  • Health and Safety at Work Act 1974

    This act states that “it shall be the duty of every employer to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety, and welfare at work of all his employees”. This includes employees physical safety as well as their mental wellbeing.

  • Management of Health and Safety at Work regulations 1999

    This requires employers to conduct risk assessments to identify and control any health & safety risks of its employees.

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

    Employers must comply with these regulations if staff use equipment with a display screen for a significant part of their working day.

  • The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) order 2005

    Employers must provide adequate fire safety training to all employees to ensure reasonable steps are taken to reduce the risk from fire, including how to escape safely.

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