IOSH Managing Safely
The Online Managing Safely course is aimed at managers and supervisors in any sector and any organisation. The course content is designed to give managers all they need to know to help them handle health and safety in the area under their responsibility. Managers will gain a broad based knowledge of health and safety and safe systems of work.
Results: Delegates who successfully complete the online and practical assessments at the end of the course are awarded an IOSH certificate in Managing Safely.
Time: 24 hours E-learning, with a period of 6 months for completion. There will also be a 40 mins online exam and a 1 hour practical assessment on site.
£438 Excl. VAT
RoSPA Health and Safety Courses
All RoSPA courses take around 1-2 hours to complete and certificates will be issued in PDF format on successful completion of the course.
RoSPA: An Introduction to Managing Health and Safety
Time: 1 -2 Hours with an hour online exam
The aim of health and safety management is to turn uncontrolled hazards into controlled risks. This course will enable the learner to do this by using a cyclical process of problem identification, solution provision and on-going evaluation.
Managers using this course will be able to understand and implement a health and safety management system containing standards, a policy and processes designed to ensure a quality approach to health and safety in their organisation.
RoSPA: An Introduction to Health & Safety at Work
This course will enable you to create and maintain effective health and safety procedures within your workplace.
Results: Certificates are issued in a PDF format on successful completion of the course
RoSPA: An Introduction to Risk Assessment£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Asbestos Awareness£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Asbestos Basics£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Avoiding Slips Trips and Falls£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: COSHH Awareness£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Display Screen Equipment and Workstation Safety£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Fire Prevention and Evacuation£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Fire Safety and Evacuation£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Hand Hygiene - A Video Guide to Effective Hand Washing£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Managing and Handling Stress at Work£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Managing Workplace Transport Health and Safety Risks£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Preventing Bullying in the Workplace£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Protecting the Environment at Work and Home£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Risk Assessment for Managers£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: RSI - Repetitive Strain Injury£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Safe Manual Handling£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Safe Working with Workplace Transport£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Staying Safe in Confined Spaces£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Staying Safe with Electricity£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Staying Safe with Hazardous Substances£15 Excl. VAT
RoSPA: Staying Safe with Noise£15 Excl. VAT
Basic Legionella Management
Level 1 Food Safety - Manufacturing
Level 1 Food Safety - Catering
Asbestos Awareness for Architects and Designers - IATP
This is a Category A course on asbestos awareness. As well as informing you about the risks of working with asbestos, the course will deliver a lot more information about: Recognising asbestos, where it's used, minimising the risks and the legislation about working with asbestos. This course is a variation on the Asbestos Awareness course that contains specific information for designers and architects.
Level 2 Food Safety - Manufacturing
Level 2 Food Safety - Catering
Basic Fire Awareness for Care Homes
Fire Marshal Training for Care Homes
This course is aimed at those you wish to fulfill the role of Fire Marshal and includes both fire awareness and fire extinguisher theory and in particular relating the training to a care home setting.
The content of this course is made up of many modules also covering both Fire Awareness and Fire Extinguisher Theory.
Basic Fire Safety Awareness
This course is aimed at anyone who uses abrasive wheels, or employs people who use abrasive wheels as part of their work. There are a wide range of tools and processes that use abrasive wheels and ensuring these are used correctly and safely is of paramount importance. This course covers the anatomy of an abrasive wheel, the dangers associated with their use, storage, handling and much more.
Working at Height Training
The HSE has reported that falling from height remains the most common cause of workplace fatalities, accounting for nearly 3 in 10 fatal injuries to workers.
With this in mind, it’s essential that employees have the information necessary to enable them to plan and manage any job tasks they undertake that involve working at height. This course covers the key requirements of The Work at Height Regulations 2005, the control hierarchy for working at height, safe work procedures and other safety requirements, how work restraint systems and fall arrest systems operate, the legal requirement for head protection and how and when bump caps and hard hats should be worn.
More than one in five fatalities resulting from falls at height in the construction industry involve workers falling through fragile roof materials.
However, it isn’t just specialist roofers who are at risk; anyone who has cause to carry out work on a roof - such as TV Ariel fitters, solar panel installers, property caretakers and maintenance engineers - are also at risk. This course details work procedures when working at height on fragile surfaces and why fragile surfaces can be a hazard, other important roof hazards and risks associated with roof work on active buildings.
There have been many news headlines over the years highlighting the dangers of working at height, particularly when working from scaffolding. The injuries and fatalities range from electrocution, scaffold collapse, unguarded scaffolding or tools and machinery falling from scaffolding and hitting people below.
This course gives details on how to use scaffolding towers safely, their basic components and the inspection system required for scaffolds.
Ladders and stepladders can be a sensible and practical option for low-risk, short-duration tasks, whilst Mobile Elevated Working Platforms – or ‘MEWPs’ - are designed to provide a safe work platform for temporary work at height. This course will provide delegates with, and check their understanding of the consequences of ladder misuse and the circumstances under which a ladder or stepladder should be used. It also explains how to use ladders and stepladders safely and their inspection and maintenance requirements. It also gives insight into the risk controls required in respect of MEWPs.
Emergency First Aid at Work Refresher
Food Safety Level 1 – Retail
Food Safety Level 2 – Retail
Assessing Display Equipment
This course is aimed at users of Display Screen Equipment(DSE) and those responsible for assessing display screen equipment. With DSE the first thing people think of is a computer monitor but it can also mean laptops, tablets, TV’s, smartphones etc. Both employers and employee-users have responsibilities under the Health and Safety Regulations. This course fulfils your statutory training obligations and covers among other things the correct way to set up and use display screen equipment, reducing the risk of work related conditions.
This course will enable you to understand the nature and occurrence of ionising radiations, and the health effects of irradiation and radioactive contamination. The course takes around 35 minutes to complete.
The key legal requirements aimed at controlling the risks arising from the use of ionising radiations, as laid out in the Ionising Radiations Regulations 1999, are described in this course, alongside a number of simple practical solutions. This course will take around 20 minutes to complete.
Managing Electrical Safety
Live overhead and buried power lines£15Excl. VAT
Principles of Electricity and Its Effects£15Excl. VAT
Identifying High Risk Electrical Hazards£15Excl. VAT
Controlling Electrical Hazards£15Excl. VAT
Inspection Test and Maintenance£15Excl. VAT