Our Slips and Trips Training Courses
The most common cause of major injuries in UK workplaces, slips, trips and falls are almost always avoidable. Employers need to take the threat of slips and trips seriously to meet their duty of care towards their employees.... Read More »
Slips, trips and falls are the most common cause of major workplace injuries. They are almost always avoidable. Our Slips and Trips Challenge course shows learners how to prevent these accidents. By taking on the role of... Read More »
Our Avoiding Slips and Trips online short course explores the key risk factors and control measures relating to slips and trips: environment, contamination, flooring, people and footwear. This course is available as a short... Read More »
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Slips, Trips and Falls Training
Our slips and trips online training courses detail how to recognise and remove common causes of workplace slips and trips, and also offer pointers on unexpected potential hazards that may be missed when conducting a risk assessment. Help your employees recognise and understand that preventing slips, trips and falls in the workplace is everyone's concern, and in the interest of the entire organisation with DeltaNet International.
All of our Health and Safety training courses can be tailored to meet your specific training requirements and corporate branding. Depending on the depth of revision, this can either be carried out by your administrators using the Adapt Authoring Tool or we'll do it for you! Please get in touch to find out more.
Slips, trips and falls account for nearly a third of non-fatal work-related accidents. They are one of the most common (and most preventable) causes of injuries in the workplace. While few of these result in fatalities, that is not to say that slips and trips shouldn't be taken seriously or that they cannot cause permanent damage to your workforce and organisation.
It is the responsibility of the employer to ensure that staff members are provided with a safe, and as risk-free as possible, environment to work in, and to undertake regular risk assessments and offer training to this effect. Employees that do not offer this protection face legal action, not to mention the damage a serious slip, trip or fall could cause to the organisation's morale and reputation at large.