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Manual Handling:

A delegate takes notes on paper during a health and safety training courseThis health and safety training course is aimed at those within the workplace that are required to undertake manual handling activities as part of their working day. As everyone will normally carry out some form of manual handling while at work, it is recommended that all employees receive manual handling training. On successful completion of the course delegates will be awarded an RSC certificate of attendance.

Course content;
  • Introduction to the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974
  • Introduction to the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
  • Introduction to the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992
  • Key Facts and Manual Handling Statistics
  • What is Manual Handling
  • Injury Figures
  • How the Back Works
  • Method of Avoiding Manual Handling
  • Manual Handling Risk Assessment
  • Selection of Controls
  • Lifting Techniques
  • Implementing Controls
  • Lifting Appliances

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Working at Heights:

Due to the array of working at height equipment and situations our health and safety professionals will develop a be-spoke course to your specific company requirements. The duration of the course will therefore depend on the work equipment used by and the locations accessed by your employees while working at height. On successful completion of the course delegates will be awarded an RSC Certificate of Attendance.

Areas which may be covered include:

General

  • General Duties of Employers
  • Duties of Employees
  • Risk Assessment
  • Principles of Fall Prevention
  • Capabilities and Training
  • The Working at Height Regulations 2005
  • Duty Holder Responsibilities
  • Safety Features
  • Selection of Work Equipment
  • Inspections of Work Equipment
  • Falling Objects
  • Permit-to-Work Procedures
  • Fall Arrest Equipment

Specific

  • Independent Tied Scaffolds
  • Mobile Tower Scaffolds
  • Mobile Elevated Working Platforms
  • Scissor Lifts
  • Ladders and Step Ladders
  • Podium Steps
  • Hop-ups
  • Fragile Surfaces
  • Roof Working

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Practical Risk Assessment:

Our professional team can deliver training to your company management or workforce in the process of Risk Management within you organisation. On successful completion of this health and safety course,delegates will be awarded an RSC Certificate of Attendance.

This one day health and safety training course follows the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) 5 Step approach to risk assessment and covers the following topics:

  • Introduction
  • Key Accident and Incident Rates
  • Prosecutions and Enforcement Notices
  • Why Manage Risk
  • The Legal Position
  • The Moral Position
  • The Economic Position
  • Benefits of Risk Assessment
  • Introduction to the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974
  • Introduction to the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
  • The Risk Management Process
  • What is Risk Assessment
  • Definitions of Competent Persons in relation to Risk Assessment
  • When to Carry out
    Risk Assessment
  • Multi Factor Theory
  • The 5 Steps to Risk Assessment
  • Practical Risk Assessment
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Conclusions

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