CDM 2015 In Practice E-learning

Introducing the CDM 2015 In Practice E-learning CDM in Practice E-learning provides an in-depth explanation of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations (CDM) 2015. It is primarily targeted at people working in the key roles as defined in CDM 2015 and their responsibilities. The CDM training course is accepted by ‘The Institution of Construction Safety’… Read more »

Basic First Aid

There are a number of reasons why basic first aid is so important, such as encouraging general safety, preventing casualties’ conditions from worsening and, ultimately, saving lives. Ideally, everyone would have a knowledge of what basic first aid is, why it is important, how to apply it and what do to in an emergency. Basic… Read more »

Health and Safety Introduction

E-learning Course Content The aim of the Health and Safety Introduction course is to enable your staff to recognise why it’s important to work safely, and to understand how to handle certain key workplace risks. Having completed the standard induction course your learners will be able to: State why health and safety is everyone’s responsibility… Read more »

NEBOSH Construction Certificate

NEBOSH Construction in the Form of E-learning This NEBOSH Construction Certificate E-learning course is right for you if you are a manager, supervisor or worker within the construction or utilities industry, or if you are the manager of a building or a facility where you supervise contractors. It is also well suited to anyone who wishes to… Read more »

An Introduction to Working at Heights

Introduction to Working at Heights E-learning Working at heights brings with it a lot of dangers and falling from a height is the most common cause of a death on the job. Based on research by the HSE, it is the cause of death in almost three out of every 10 fatal accidents in working environments. This… Read more »

Manual Handling Risk Assessment

Musculoskeletal Disorders are the most common cause of occupational ill health in Great Britain. This Manual Handling Risk Assessment E-learning course will enable managers and users to understand the risks associated with manual handling and take appropriate measures to reduce them. Target Audience Every worker potentially exposed to the relevant risks Elearning Course Content Load position Body… Read more »

Stress in the Workplace Risk Assessment

Work-related stress accounts for over a third of all new incidences of ill health in the UK each year and each case of stress-related ill health leads to over 30 working days lost. This Stress in the Workplace Risk Assessment E-learning course will enable users and managers to identify early signs of stress and take timely remedial… Read more »

RSI Risk Assessment

RSI, also known as occupational overuse syndrome, work-related upper limb injury or isometric contraction myopathy, is caused by overuse of the muscles of the hands, wrists, arms or shoulders on a frequent and repeated basis. This RSI Risk Assessment E-learning course will enable managers to quickly identify workers at risk. Target Audience Every worker potentially exposed to… Read more »

Staying Safe with Vehicles

Most organisations either use vehicles on their premises or require employees to drive or ride in vehicles on the public road. Although many people own a vehicle of their own, they often remain ignorant of health and safety risks and important safety precautions. This lack of knowledge vastly increases the risks associated with working with… Read more »

Slips, Trips and Falls Risk Assessments

Over a third of all major workplace injuries each year are caused by a slip or trip at work. This Slips, Trips and Falls Risk Assessments E-learning course enables managers to put in place appropriate arrangements to eliminate or minimise the risks associated with these hazards. Target Audience Every worker potentially exposed to the relevant risks… Read more »