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Online workplace safety training

Ensure your workplace is a safe, healthy and productive environment to work in.

Today's workplaces require both employers and employees to adhere to a number of regulations aimed at making them healthy, safe and productive environments in which to work.

This doesn’t just relate to the practical side of working policies, but also how we do what we do and understanding why we do it.

Whether ensuring your adherence to the Equality Act 2010 and licensing laws or understanding your personal responsibilities in the workplace, successfully completing our workplace safety courses will demonstrate your commitment to providing a safe and healthy working environment for you and your colleagues, and certify that your expertise has been approved to the highest standards.

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Topics include:

  • The definition of DSE
  • Health hazards associated with DSE
  • Regulations
  • Assessing risks to health
  • Ergonomics
  • Planning workstations
  • The environment
  • Avoiding eye strain
  • Portable computers and appliances

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Topics include:

  • Introduction to the Equality Act 2010
  • Challenging discrimination and harassment
  • Your rights at work
  • Creating equality policy

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Topics include:

  • Environmental impacts
  • Environmental aspects
  • Personal social responsibility

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Topics include:

  • Health and safety matters
  • A safe workplace
  • Working safely
  • Vehicles, noise and heights
  • Manual handling
  • Fire and electrics
  • COSH
  • When things go wrong

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Topics include:

  • Introduction to health and safety
  • Legislation
  • Accidents in the workplace
  • Ill health in the workplace
  • Health and safety organisation and management
  • The role of supervisors

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Topics include:

  • Identify the benefits to society of regulating alcohol and state the key provisions of the Licensing Act 2003
  • State the four licensing objectives
  • Explain the role of the licensing authority
  • State the mandatory conditions that apply to all premises that authorise the sale of alcohol
  • Identify the four licensable activities that are defined in the Licensing Act 2003
  • Define unauthorised licensable activities
  • State the penalties for breaching the conditions of a premises license
  • Explain when a Temporary Events Notice (TEN) can be applied for
  • Define the role of the personal designated premises supervisor and the personal license holder

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Further information

We have created a short demonstration course which includes a selection of example questions so you can see our online training platform for yourself.

Our wide range of environmental health training courses can be tailored to suit your needs, providing the ideal solution for developing your skills and those of your team, with minimal disruption to your busy schedule.

If you’re unsure which is the most appropriate course for you, want to discuss multiple courses, or would like a tailored training solution for you or your team, get in touch with our training experts.

Want to know more about our online training courses?

Complete our online form to contact our training experts or call us on +44 (0)20 7827 5800.

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