Health and Safety Content Workflow

Courses

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Understanding Health and Safety

Overview

The safety of employees and the public are fundamental responsibilities for all managers.  The implications of poor safety management can be devastating to an organisation. Should accidents occur, the prosecution can result in jail or personal fines for supervising managers and directors.

What's covered?

Four principal factors of safety management
The difference between hazards and risk
What is a safety assessment?
How to carryout a safety assessment
ERIC the risk reduction model
The importance of safety signs
Protection of young people
Accountability

Accidents and reporting (RIDDOR)

Overview

An accident is an unplanned and uncontrolled event that can lead to the harm of an individual, group, or cause damage to business property.  This course examines the importance of investigating and reporting accidents and near misses.  The course is how to put corrective procedures in place to prevent the same situation repeating and the mandatory reporting requirements.

What's covered?

Factors that contribute to accidents
The purpose and requirements of RIDDOR
Near misses vs. accidents
Definition of major incidents
Roles and responsibilities
The importance of keeping records
Investigating incidents

Essentials of Human Behaviour

Overview

Human error is defined as the behaviour of the person carrying out the task. This course examines the factors that can contribute to the reduction in personal performance and the measures to counter such risks. In this course, the learner will learn how safe working practices can be jeopardised by human behaviour.

What's covered?

The four factors of safety
The influence of fitness and health
The causes of stress
The impact of tiredness and fatigue
Personal behavioural influences
Safety measures when working alone
Reviewing fire risk assessment
Intentional and unintentional error
Personal performance factors

Health and Safety Foundation Level 1

Overview

Health and Safety Foundation Level one covers all non-fire related emergencies that could be encountered at work along with the actions necessary to stop the situation escalating.

What's covered?

Types of workplace emergencies
Actions to be taken in different scenarios
How to carry out an illness assessment
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Manual Handling

Overview

This course is designed to teach safe working practice and to provide an understanding of the importance of maintaining health and safety standards within the workplace. This course addresses the two areas, which are two of the most common sources of injury or accident: manual handling and the use of ladders. 

What's covered?

Manual Handling risk assessment process
Potential hazards
Precautions when reaching
One and two person safe lifting techniques
Lifting from a bench
Maximum weights to be lifted
Safe carrying and pulling techniques

Slips and Trips

Overview

Slips and trips are the most common cause of major injuries at work and can happen almost anywhere.  The Health and Safety Executive report that more than 10,000 injuries are reported each year relating to someone slipping, tripping or falling.

What's covered?

Identification of potential hazards
Economic impact of injuries
Spills, obstructions and conditions
Preventing workplace incidents
Increased risk due to weather

First Aid Awareness

Overview

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations requires employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities, and personnel to ensure that their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. This course provides an understanding of essential aid and the information to be gathered whilst waiting for trained assistance.

What's covered?

Employers legal duty
First aid and illness risk assessments
Signs and symptoms
Attending an injured person
Importance of medical tags
DRAB
Recognising and dealing with shock

Bomb Threat Awareness

Overview

The need for vigilance against a bomb threat is an unfortunate necessity of modern life.  The best means of prevention is to have every employee alert to the dangers and the actions to be taken should an emergency occur. This course explains how to stay alert to bomb threat levels and the steps to take if you are alerted to a suspicious package.

What's covered?

Staying alert to threats
Ways of receiving a bomb threat
Suspicious packages and objects
Telephone threats and information to gather

Working with Computers (DSE)

Overview

Working with Computers covers all display screen equipment  (desktops, laptop computers, and mobile devices).  This course explains the hazards associates with the use of such equipment and the steps that can be taken to avoid personal injury.

What's covered?

Hazards associated with DSE
How to reduce risk of injury
Correct use of portable devices
Repetitive strain injury

Health and Safety Foundation Level 1 (Irish law)

Overview

Health and Safety Foundation Level one covers all non-fire related emergencies that could be encountered at work along with the actions necessary to stop the situation escalating.

What's covered?

Irish legislation
Types of workplace emergencies
Actions to be taken in different scenarios
How to carry out an illness assessment
TAB

First Aid Awareness (Irish law)

Overview

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations requires employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities, and personnel to ensure that their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. This course provides an understanding of essential aid and the information to be gathered whilst waiting for trained assistance.

What's covered?

Employers legal duty
Irish Legislation
First aid and illness risk assessments
Signs and symptoms
Attending an injured person
Importance of medical tags
DRAB
Recognising and dealing with shock

Forms

Gain instant access to every form within the workflow. Customise, schedule and complete tasks online, allowing you to track, report and monitor safety standards and be alerted to non-conformities and or potential issues.

Accident Management System
General Risk Assessment / Rescue Plan
General Risk Assessment / Rescue Plan – Hazards, Risks and Control Measures
Safety Signs
Hazard/Vulnerability Risk Assessment
Microbiological Contaminants and Zoonoses
Work-related stress
Young person, task assignment, risk assessment
Eye Protection Risk Assessment
Display screen equipment (DSE)
Office Slips and Trips
ISO 45001:2018 – 4. Context – Gap Analysis
ISO 45001:2018 – 5. Leadership and Workforce Participation – Gap Analysis
ISO 45001:2018 – 6. Planning – Gap Analysis
ISO 45001:2018 – 7. Support – Gap Analysis
ISO 45001:2018 – 8. Operation – Gap Analysis
ISO 45001:2018 – 9. Performance Evaluation – Gap Analysis
ISO 45001:2018 -10. Improvement – Gap Analysis
Accident Management System Audit
Risk management Audit form
First Aid Kit
Washing Facilities
Display screen equipment (DSE), audit
Checklist for documented information required under 45001
Washing Facilities
Eye Protection
First Aid Kit
Elevator Safety Checklist
Fire Safety Checklist

Note: Workflows and there allocated training content and forms are continually growing.  Therefore the items listed may not be an exhaustive list. However, the content listed are correct at the time of publishing and does represent the minimum number of items preloaded.

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