Introduction to Working Safely Challenge
Ensure the Safety of Everyone in your Workplace
Our Introduction to Working Safely Challenge Courses
Our Introduction to Working Safely Challenge courses are available as part of the Health and Safety eLearning Suite in one great package.
Your Health & Safety and Manual Handling
Your Health and Safety – Collect safety badges for correctly identifying workplace hazards and employer responsibilities in this module. Learn about the steps employers can take to make sure their workplaces are safe – and on the right side of health and safety 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.
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. Make the right decisions to keep the risk-o-meter at the lowest level and pass the course.
Our Introduction to Working Safely Challenge 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 Challenge courses are excellent employee training for all kinds of workplace situations, using modern elements of gamification and animation to make the learning as engaging as possible.
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