Health, Safety and Environment
Safety Awareness While Working at Heights
AIM: Falls from height are responsible for many serious and fatal injuries every year. If you fall from a height above two metres, the likelihood is that you will sustain a serious injury. The main hazards associated with working at height are people falling, and objects falling onto people. These may occur as a result of inadequate edge protection, or poor securing of people or objects in storage.
Fire Safety Awareness
AIM: There are general fire safety precautions that everyone should follow regardless of where they work and live. Taking time to review tips about the following fire safety issues can help you create a safer and more secure working environment for you and your colleagues.
AIM: Workplace fires are estimated to cost industry over 1 billion each year - and in extreme cases, some companies are unable to resume business because the fire damage is so extensive. Sadly not all fires can be prevented, therefore as part of the fire warden training; attendees will be taught how to deal with a fire once it's begun, including when to call the fire service, evacuation procedures and keeping records. This training will be conducted using a controlled fire and with professionals on site.
Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Course
AIM: Health and safety issues are becoming increasingly important in the modern industrial world. Risk assessment is a core element of health and safety management. Risk and safety management play an important part in every business success. Identifying the various types of hazards/risks and the implications that each might have on an organization, as well as highlighting the business benefits that can be obtained through successful risk and safety management all need to be included in an overall company strategy.
Hazardous Chemical Substances
AIM: Many industrial processes may involve potentially hazardous substances. Even simple cleaning, essential to all pleasant working environments require the use of detergents, degreasers and other potentially harmful substances. Using chemicals or other hazardous substances at work can put people’s health and safety at risk. Most businesses use substances of some kind, or products that are mixtures of substances. Some industrial processes create substances. These could cause harm to employees, contractors and other people.
Health and Safety Awareness
AIM: Several people are killed each year in accidents at work and over one million people are injured. Over two million suffer illnesses caused by, or made worse by, their work.Preventing accidents and ill health caused by work is a key priority for everyone at work. As the owner or manager of a business you know that competent employees are valuable.
Heat Stress Awareness
AIM: Prevention of heat stress in workers is important. Our course has undertaken to reduce and prevent cases of heat related illness and fatalities in the workplace with a programme of support and awareness and educational materials to assist employers, managers and supervisors in implementing control measures in workplaces where workers are exposed to heat in summer.
IOSH Managing Safely
AIM: It's designed to get managers up to speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle health and safety in their teams.