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Online Safety Training
We work alongside ‘Training123’ to provide various online safety training courses for our clients. By completing all or part of your safety training online, it allows you to get back to work sooner!
With our online ‘Manual Handling’ and ‘Working At Heights’ courses we do need to meet with you for a quick consultation afterward. Completing the safety training course online makes the process much faster On completion of all of these online safety training courses you will receive an electronic, printable certificate. Click on your choice of course below:
- Outlines the signs and symptoms of Covid-19
- Describes how Covid-19 spreads
- Explains how you can help stop the spread of Covid-19
Covid-19 is a new strain of coronavirus, which is a group of common respiratory viruses that cause flu-like symptoms and in rare cases, it can be fatal. It first appeared in late 2019. In 2020, it has become a significant global public health emergency Our Coronavirus course is designed to help individuals understand how they can help prevent the spread of the virus. It outlines:
- The importance of good hygiene, primarily proper hand washing, cleaning surfaces, respiratory etiquette, and social distancing.
- How to keep up to date with the latest public health and travel advice.
- When and how you should self-isolate.
The course also covers some of the common misconceptions that are circulating about Covid-19. The content of the course is based on advice issued by the World Health Organization (WHO), the National Health Service (NHS), the Health Service Executive (HSE), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP).
Home Working is a growing trend and the percentage of the work force that now work from home has increased significantly in the last decade. This Working from Home Training course, outlines the responsibilities under Health & Safety legislation, of both employers and employees and explains how homeworkers must comply with relevant workplace policies and procedures. – RoSPA Approved
People working at home and their employers, need to have an understanding of Health and Safety Legislation. This course provides an explanation of how to achieve a beneficial homeworking policy.
Home working is a term used for people who have a contractual or voluntary arrangement with their employer to work from home. With more employees choosing to work from home, both employers and employees have responsibilities under Health & Safety legislation that now extend to the home. Additionally, homeworkers are expected to comply with all other relevant workplace policies and procedures, as they would if they were working in the employer’s workplace.
To ensure the successful management of home working, it is important that arrangements are clear and agreed in advance. A consistent approach is essential for both managers and employees.
This Working from Home Training online course successfully explains categories of home working and eligibility criteria. Users will understand the importance of agreed entitlements and other conditions which may apply to a home working situation. In addition, delegates will also learn general home working arrangements. These topics include insurance requirements, for example, household insurance, employer liability and public liability. Also, the supply of equipment, security of data and what constitutes an appropriate safe work area. Furthermore, the course discusses the importance of integrating health and safety requirements into the home working environment such as the set-up of a specific work area that is ergonomically sound, electrical safety, fire safety, preventing slips, trips and falls and how to report incidents.
Main sections in this from Home Working Online Training Course:
- Home Working Overview
- Home Arrangements
- Workplace Hazards
- Final Test
Manual handling tasks occur wherever people are at work. Any time we use our bodies to move an object we are manual handling, whether we are in an office, a factory, a warehouse, a shop or any other working environment. This course will educate users on the appropriate way of handling and moving objects in order to reduce the risk of injury from carrying out manual handling tasks. Please note this Online Manual Handling training should be accompanied with a Practical Training & Assessment – Contact The Safety Man – 087 7707157
Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 – 2016 Part 12 Abrasive Wheels ‘trained and instructed in accordance with Schedule 14
Ergonomics – Click here Fully Accredited
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), Display Screen Equipment (DSE) are devices or equipment that have an alphanumeric or graphic display screen and includes display screens, laptops, touch screens and other similar devices DSE workstations can be associated with neck, shoulder, back or arm pain, as well as with fatigue and eyestrain. This DSE Training course and Workstation Risk Assessment course, instructs employees in the correct setup and safe use of their computer workstation, desk and chair.
Asbestos Awareness – Click here This Asbestos Awareness Course, effectively describes what Asbestos is, explains the different types of Asbestos and where it can be found. It highlights the health risks associated with working with Asbestos Containing Material (ACMs) and describes how it can be safely managed in the workplace.
CPR Essential – Click here The CPR Online Training course provides information on resuscitation procedures to enable the provision of basic life support to casualties of cardiac arrest. The course explains when CPR is necessary and teaches how to assess a casualty. Basic and essential CPR techniques are outlined and advice is given on how to place a casualty in the Recovery Position.
Driver Training – DriveWize Ireland – Click here The course will increase awareness of how an individual’s behaviour on the road contributes to the cause of road accidents. It highlights the importance of road safety, identifies the behaviours that affect road safety and increase driver safety awareness.
Work At Height – Click here Fully Accredited This Working at Height Online Training course will educate users on how to work safely when working at height. Areas of instruction include, what constitutes working at height and how accidents can be reduced by planning, prevention and protection. The use and the maintenance of equipment is explained and procedures on preventing the fall of objects are highlighted.
Managing Health and Safety – Click here Fully Accredited This Managing Health and Safety eLearning course introduces managers to their responsibilities in managing the Health and Safety of employees under their control. Their actions can directly impact on employee attitudes and how Health and Safety issues are viewed in the workplace.Successful completion of this course will educate users on the importance of a Health and Safety policy, the legal requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act regulations.
Slips, Trips and Falls – Click here Fully Accredited This Slips, Trips, and Falls eLearning course provides essential information on how slips, trips and falls occur in the workplace. It identifies common hazards that can cause accidents, explains maintenance of good housekeeping procedures and describes the importance of accident prevention.Employees have a duty to take care of their own health and safety and that of others and must use any safety equipment provided. By completing the Slips, Trips, and Falls eLearning course users will be well equipped to avoid the risks of injuries in the workplace.
The course provides appropriate information and training necessary to those who carry out water management tasks as part of the organisation’s water management system.
The course explains what Legionella is, potential risks and how to control against them.
Safe Pass Training – If working in construction ‘SOLAS Safe Pass Training’ is a statutory requirement. The SOLAS Safe Pass Health and Safety Awareness Training Programme is to ensure that, over the course of time, all workers in construction will have a basic knowledge of health and safety, and be able to work on-site without being a risk to themselves or others who might be affected by their acts or omissions.
Manual Handling Training Manual Handling of Loads Regulation, which forms part of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007
Abrasive Wheels Training Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 – 2016 Part 12 Abrasive Wheels ‘trained and instructed in accordance with Schedule 14’
Work at Height Training Everyone who completes a task above ground level or next to an excavation must have Work at Height Training
MEWP Training All operators of MEWPs (Scissor Lifts or Boom Lifts) must be competent to do so. Give us a call for any information on MEWP training
Food Safety Training: Level 1 (Induction Skills) and Level 2 (Additional Skills) Food Safety Authority of Ireland “It is a legal requirement that staff involved in a food environment are trained and/or supervised, commensurate with their work activity. The responsibility for the supervision and training of staff lies with the proprietor of the food business”
Gardening Equipment Training This is a requirement for any employees which are involved in the use of any type of gardening / groundworks equipment. We can facilitate all your safety training requirements through our extensive team of competent safety training trainers
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