Our Introduction to Working Safely Courses

Fire Safety

This course takes a close look at the most common causes of workplace fires and how to prevent them. It also covers the correct firefighting equipment to use and fire safety and evacuation procedures, forming a crucial part... Read More »

30 minutes

Health and Safety Overview

This course looks at the health and safety legislation that applies in the workplace. It explores how to identify common hazards and employer and employee responsibilities. With the key information set out in an easy to follow... Read More »

25 minutes

Manual Handling

Over a third of workplace injuries occur due to manual handling. This includes life-threatening spine problems and repetitive strain injuries. Protect your employees and educate them in the proper techniques for lifting,... Read More »

30 mins approx.

Risk Assessment

Our Risk Assessment eLearning course shows employees how to identify and control workplace risks using a risk assessment document so that everyone can enjoy a safer working space. The key issues about effective risk assessments... Read More »

30 minutes

Slips and Trips

The most common cause of major injuries in UK workplaces, slips, trips and falls are almost always avoidable. This course lays out the key facts of slips and trips, how they happen and how they can be prevented.

25 minutes

Working Safely

This course is divided into five modules and offers a broad yet thorough insight into how to effectively manage health and safety risks in the workplace. The first module, 'Your Health and Safety', is focused on how to work... Read More »

1 hour+

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Our Introduction to Working Safely courses are available as part of the Online Health and Safety courses Suite in one great package.

Your Health & Safety and Manual Handling

Your Health and Safety – Learn about the steps employers can take to make sure their workplaces are safe – and on the right side of health and safety law. It covers employer and employee responsibilities and the law.

Manual Handling – Over a third of workplace injuries occur due to manual handling. Explore the proper techniques for lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling, holding and carrying objects and their benefits in this module.

Your Health & Safety and Manual Handling

Slips & Trips, Fire Safety and Risk Assessment

Slips & Trips, Fire Safety and Risk Assessment

Slips and Trips – The most common cause of major injuries in UK workplaces,slips and trips are almost always avoidable. This module teaches you to recognise hazards before they become a problem.

Fire Safety – More than 20,000 workplace fires take place in the UK every year. Learn more about fire safety at work in this module.

Risk Assessment – In this module, you can tour a workplace and complete a risk assessment, recognising all potential hazards.

Our Introduction to Working Safely courses provide a thorough grounding in the most common workplace hazards and how to avoid them. With multiple potential hazards in every office, factory, shop and warehouse, safety training has never been more important.

Available as a package or as individual courses, the Introduction to Working Safely courses are excellent employee training for all kinds of workplace situations, presenting the key information in an easy to follow and straightforward way.

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