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Online Certified Health and Safety Courses
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Health and Safety Essentials package 8 courses
An Introduction to Health and Safety at Work (Rospa Approved)
Fire Safety and Evacuation (Rospa Approved)
An Introduction to Risk Assessment (Rospa Approved)
An Introduction to Basic First Aid
Health and Safety ebytes 8 short videos
Safe Manual Handling (Rospa Approved)
Slips Trips and Falls (Rospa Approved)
Staying safe with Display Screen Equipment 4 Modules
Safe Manual Handling
More than one third of all reportable ‘Over Three Day’ injuries, and nearly
10% of ‘Major Injuries’ are associated with manual handling – the transporting
or supporting of loads by hand or by bodily force. Many injuries are not
immediate and obvious, but are cumulative resulting from repeated exposure
to manual handling operations.
For workers this high rate of injury is highly significant since such accidents and
absences lead to potential loss of earnings, missed opportunities and usually
significant pain or discomfort.
By taking a look at how manual handling risks arise and how to reduce or
eliminate the likelihood of injury in different work environments, this course
will help the learner to avoid joining future Health and Safety Executive injury statistics
An Introduction to Managing Health and Safety (RoSPA)
Ensuring the health and safety of employees is one of the prime responsibilities
of any organisation. Failing to do so represents a moral, ethical and commercial
shortfall that can, and will, have disastrous results for both the organisation and thepeople who work for it.
Fire Safety and Evacuation (Rospa Approved)
Fire is probably the biggest risk to life that most people face in the workplace. It
is, therefore, amazing that many people have little or no idea about the common
causes of fire, how to deal with them and how to escape safely from the scene
should a fire occur. This course deals with all three of these vital subjects, and
successful completion of the course could literally be the difference between life
An Introduction to Health and Safety at Work (Rospa)
As someone responsible for health and safety it probably surprises you how cavalier people can be about workplace health and safety, especially in apparently safe environments such as an office.
This course underlines the very real risks that exist in all workplaces, whilst reinforcing the personal responsibilities laid down by law. It also addresses the learner’s attitude to health and safety, and discusses in overview the type of risks they face.
This course helps the learner to recognise health and safety as a real workplace issue.
Staying Safe with Workplace Transport Training Package
All you need to stay safe with workplace transport 3 Interactive e-learning modules
Driver safety Awareness
Managing Workplace Transport Health and Safety Risks
Safe Working with Workplace Transport
Slips, Trips and Falls (Rospa Approved)
The Health and Safety Executive states that over one third of all major injuries
reported to them each year are the result of a slip or trip leading to a fall. Slips
and trips are the most common causes of non-fatal major injuries in both the
manufacturing and service industries, and account for over half of all reported
injuries to members of the public on business premises.
These statistics provide powerful proof of the dangers presented by slips, trips and
falls and this course will enable the learner to protect themself, colleagues and
visitors in their workplace.
This course is a crucial first step in making the workplace safer, and creating
accident-related cost-savings for the learner’s organisation.
RSI Repetitive Strain Injury (RoSPA)
Any RSI is painful and, in some cases, highly debilitating. It can lead to an inability to do certain jobs, or even work at all. For the individual this can have physical, mental and financial costs, whilst for the organisation it can mean the additional costs of staff cover, recruitment and job training
Staying Safe in Confined Spaces (RoSPA)
Every year in the UK people are killed whilst working in confined spaces.
Accidents occur across a broad range of industries, and rescuers operating
without proper training or equipment are frequently among the victims.
The hazards involved in such work are serious, and the risks invariably high, so
appropriate training is vital – and a legal requirement.
Staying Safe with Hazardous Substances
This course enables learners to identify hazardous substances, deal with them safely and take appropriate steps in the event of mishap.
Staying Safe with Noise (RoSPA)
The effects of noise on hearing can be profoundly damaging, often resulting in
permanent hearing loss. Not only is this morally and ethically undesirable for any
organisation, it can also result in significant financial penalties and personal injury
This course will help the learner to understand how his or her hearing works and
how it is affected by excess noise. It will also mean that the learner will be able to
recognise noise risks and put in place appropriate safety precautions.
Following this course an employee will be able to recognise noise risks and act
proactively to prevent harm occurring
Staying Safe with Electricity (RoSPA)
Very often accidents at work involving electricity result from a casual attitude arising from familiarity. By requiring employees to undertake this course employers will ensure that they are both reminded of basic safety precautions and acquire up to date knowledge of health and safety best practice.
Staying Safe with Display Screen Equipment
Millions of people in the UK now use display screen equipment
for a significant part of their work, and this rapid growth in the use
of both fixed and mobile forms of DSE has been accompanied
by increasing concerns about an associated range of health and
An Introduction to Basic First Aid
There are a number of reasons why first aid is so important, such as encouraging
general safety, preventing casualties’ conditions from worsening and,
ultimately, saving lives. Ideally, everyone would have a basic knowledge of what
first aid is, why it is important, how to apply it and what do to in an emergency.
This course describes what first aid is and why it is important. It also provides
sufficient information for the user to be able to apply first aid safely and effectively to different types of casualty.
Introduction to Risk Assessment
Having completed this course the learner will be able to carry out an effective health and safety risk assessment. Any person for whom responsibility for the health and safety of others forms part of their job description needs to know how to carry out a risk assessment. To be given this responsibility without complementary training is daunting for the individual and
almost certain to lead to errors and omissions when risk controls are decided.
Completion of this course will ensure that such individual possess the key skills and knowledge necessary to enable them to carry out an effective risk assessment.
Risk Assessment for Managers
Employers must carry out risk assessments in respect of all significant workplace
hazards, and failure to comply with this legal requirement can result in prosecution
and heavy penalties. Such prosecutions rarely arise from any wilful intention to
break the law but rather through an ignorance of the legal requirements, or a lack
of understanding of how to carry out the assessments, how detailed they should be
and how they should be recorded.
Having completed this course the learner will feel competent and able to conduct
risk assessments effectively and to appropriate standards.
COSHH Awareness Rospa Approved
Many businesses use hazardous substances as part of the process of manufacture,
whilst some produce such substances as a result of those processes.
By definition, such substances can cause harm to employees, contractors and
The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) create
the general requirements for employers to protect employees and other persons
from the hazards created by hazardous substances used in the workplace through
the use of risk assessment, control of exposure, health surveillance and incident
This course provides an awareness of the essential COSHH requirements for those
working with, or potentially affected by, hazardous substances.
Accident Reporting (Riddor)
This online RIDDOR Training Course provides an insight into what information is required under the RIDDOR legalisation. It will inform you of what types of incidents need reporting at work, why these are reportable, and how to maintain and update accident reporting records.
Health and Safety ebytes package 8 short videos
8 Short ebytes videos on health and safety.
Managing Electrical Safety 5 Courses
Managing Electrical Safety – Principles of Electricity and its Effects (RoSPA).
Managing Electrical Safety – Controlling Electrical Hazards (RoSPA).
Managing Electrical Safety – Identifying High Risk Electrical Hazards (RoSPA).
Managing Electrical Safety – Inspection, Test and Maintenance (RoSPA).
Managing Electrical Safety – Live Overhead and Buried Power Lines (RoSPA).
Working at Heights 4 Courses
An Introduction to working at heights (RoSPA)
Working at Height-Scaffold and Scaffold Towers (RoSPA)
Working at Height with access equipment, Ladders and Stepladders (RoSPA)
Working at Heights roofs and fragile surfaces(RoSPA
An Introduction to Legionella Awareness and its control
This course is designed as an introduction to the health risk presented by the
Legionella bacteria, and in particular Legionnaires’ Disease, which is a potentially
fatal form of pneumonia.
• List the conditions that allow Legionella bacteria to grow and multiply
• State the types of water systems that potentially pose a risk
• Describe the people most at risk
• Explain how to assess and control the risk
Protecting The Environment at Work and Home (RoSPA)
The healthy functioning of our planet’s ecosystems – our air, water, and land – and
the vast diversity of life on Earth is essential. To achieve this everyone needs to
understand how they can avoid pollution and waste, protect watercourses, promote
biodiversity and sustain natural resources.
This course will enable learners to identify the causes of pollution and waste,
minimise negative impacts to the environment and enhance the health and
functioning of ecosystems where they live.
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