Our Working Safely Training Courses
We all deserve to work in a safe, healthy environment. Achieving this means that both employers and employees must live up to their responsibilities. Our Health and Safety Challenge course looks at the health and safety legislation... Read More »
One of the most important commitments employers have towards their staff and the public is to make sure health and safety is their highest priority. The Your Health and Safety eLearning course explores health and safety law... Read More »
Noise at work can cause temporary or permanent damage to your hearing, either as hearing loss or tinnitus. Employers and employees can work together to prevent noise exposure at work from damaging people's hearing. In our... Read More »
RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013) is a piece of legislation covering the legal obligation to report serious accidents, near misses and illnesses occurring through work. It... Read More »
How can you stay healthy and safe at work? Poor health and safety leads to illness and accidents in the workplace. This can have a devastating effect on individuals and have significant costs for your organisation. Our Introduction... Read More »
Our Introduction to Working Safely Challenge courses provide a thorough grounding in the most common workplace hazards and how to avoid them through interactive safety challenges. With multiple potential hazards in every... Read More »
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DeltaNet International's collection of workplace safety eLearning courses are designed to provide a holistic and thorough solution to your organisation's health and safety training needs. Identifying the most common hazards, from fire safety to manual handling and workplace slips and trips, our RoSPA approved eLearning courses work to improve the safety performance of your organisation as a whole, and protect both members of staff and the organisation itself from the risks associated with workplace injury.
It's not hard to see the benefits that workplace safety eLearning can bring to your organisation - after all, it's in everyone's interest to stay out of harm's way. Sadly, hundreds of people in the UK are fatally injured every year due to preventable accidents, and many more are left hurt or handicapped.
Whilst it's true that health and safety legislation directs most of the responsibility for safety training and preparation towards employers, it is also one of the few policies that place responsibility with the employee as well. Just as employers are expected to provide a safe workplace with adequate training and up-to-date risk assessment for their staff, it falls to employees to comply with the safety standards set for them and abide by all health and safety rules and regulations.