Health & Safety and Compliance training courses
Fire Awareness Training
All employees legally require Fire Awareness Training under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and The Fire Safety Order 2005. Our Fire Awareness Training is IOSH approved for your reassurance and can be completed in as little as 30 minutes.
Cyber Security Awareness Training
With the reliance businesses have on modern technology, it is vital that both management and staff are familiar with how to protect their computers, networks, programmes, and data from any unauthorised access. This course is approved by CPD to assure you of its quality.
Mental Health Awareness Training
Our award-winning, IOSH Approved Mental Health Awareness Training helps employees to maintain positive mental wellbeing by providing them with tools and guidance. This training also helps organisations to remove the stigma surrounding mental health and encourage open conversations in the workplace.
Managing Anxiety Training
This IOSH Approved Managing Anxiety Training provides employees with simple CBT tools and ideas to help them manage, understand and approach anxious thought and feelings. Learners will understand what anxiety is and how different people will experience different thoughts and feelings.
Your Legal Responsibilities
"Employers are required to protect the health, safety and welfare of homeworkers who are employees. If you employ homeworkers you should carry out a risk assessment of the work activities and take appropriate measures to reduce any associated risks."
- The HSE
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 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.