Health & Safety in the Workplace

Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

First Aid at Work Course Outline

Module 1: Communicating with a Casualty 

  • Overview

Module 2: Contents of First Aid Kit

  • Introduction to First Aid Kit

Module 3: Contents of Avoiding Cross Infection

  • What is a Cross Infection?
  • Types of Cross Infection

Module 4: Recording of Incidents

  • Recording of Incidents

Module 5: Recording of Accidents

  • Recording of Accidents

Module 6: Assess the Situation

  • Overview
  • Primary Survay
  • Secondary Survay

Module 7: Act Effectively in an Emergency

  • What is an Emergency?
  • Emergency Response Plan
  • Act Effectively in an Emergency
    • Call the Emergency Services

Module 8: Administer First Aid to a Casualty

  • Introduction to CPR

Module 9: Unconscious

  • Introduction to Unconscious
  • How to Help During an Unconscious?
  • Seizure
  • How to Help During a Seizure?

Module 10: Cardio -Pulmonary Resuscitation

  • Introduction
  • Why is CRP Important?
  • How is CRP Performed?

Module 11: Choking

  • Choking Overview
  • Signs and Symptoms of Choking

Module 12: Wounded and Bleeding

  • Bleeding
  • Nosebleeds

Module 13: Shock

  • Shock
  • Symptoms of a Person in Shock
  • What to Do If Someone is in Shock?

Module 14: Burns & Scalds

  • Burns
  • First Aid for Burns

Module 15: Eye Injuries 

  • Eye Injuries
  • Chemical Exposure
  • Blow to the Eye

Module 16: Injuries to Bones

  • Bone Injuries
  • Bone Fracture

Module 17: Injuries to Muscles

  • Muscle Injuries
  • Control the Muscle Strain by Utilising P.R.I.C.E

Module 18: Injuries to Joints

  • Joint Injuries
  • Symptoms of Joint Injuries

Module 19: Suspected Spinal Injury

  • Spinal Injuries
    • Vertebrae Damage
    • Spinal Cord Damage
    • Having a Spinal Injury

Module 20: Sudden Poisoning

  • Poisoning Overview

Module 21: Anaphylactic Shock 

  • What is Anaphylactic Shock?
  • Symptoms

Module 22: Provide Appropriate First Aid

  • What is First Aid?
  • Content of Appropriate First Aid Kit
    • Basic First Aid Kit Should Contain

Module 23: Heart Attack, Stroke, Epilepsy

  • Symptoms of Heart Attack
  • Stroke
  • F.A.S.T Test

Module 24: Asthma and Diabetes

  • Asthma Attack
  • Diabetes
    • Hyperglycaemia
    • Hypoglycaemia

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Who should attend this First Aid at Work Course?

The First Aid at Work Course is designed for individuals aiming to become designated first aiders in the workplace. This course can benefit a wide range of professionals, including:

  • Workplace First Aiders
  • Health and Safety Representatives
  • Childcare Providers
  • Security Personnel
  • Senior Caregivers
  • Facility Managers
  • Emergency Response Teams

Prerequisites of the First Aid at Work Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this First Aid at Work Training Course.

First Aid at Work Course Overview

This 1 day First Aid at Work course will prepare delegates to be able to successfully administer first aid when a colleague needs medical attention within the workplace. Throughout the course, candidates will learn about a variety of scenarios where first aid will need to be executed and how this should be completed safely. These scenarios include; CPR, choking, bleeding, identifying suspected spinal injuries, anaphylactic shock, managing diabetic issues, asthma, and administering aspirin. The course will be trainer-led and will be made up of theory, as well as practical role play. This will provide candidates with an interactive method of learning that will allow them to obtain all the necessary information they need to become a competent first aider. In addition, it will make the course engaging and enjoyable for the candidates. 

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What’s included in this First Aid at Work Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors
  • First Aid at Work Certificate
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Manual Handling at Work Course Outline

Module 1: Manual Handling and Safe Lifting

  • What is Manual Handling?
  • Basic Rules of Good Lifting
  • Techniques of Safe Lifting
  • Pushing or Pulling Loads

Module 2: Risks Involved in Manual Handling

  • Hazard and Risk
  • Risk Factors of Manual Handling
  • Risk Awareness at Work
  • Common Workplace Injuries
  • How Can Risks Be Reduced?

Module 3: Legal Requirements and Responsibilities

  • Health and Safety at Work Act
  • Manual Handling Operations Regulations
  • General Duties of Employers and Employees

Module 4: Assessment of Activities Involved in Manual Handling

  • Risk Assessments
  • Steps of a Risk Assessment
  • Manual Handling Risk Assessment
  • How to Complete a MAC Assessment?
  • ART Assessments
  • R.I.D.D.O.R
  • What Should Be Reported?
  • Types of Reportable Injury

Module 5: Mechanical Supports Used in Manual Handling

  • Mechanical Supports in Manual Handling
  • Types of Mechanical Supports
  • Choosing the Right Mechanical Supports
  • Mechanical Lifting Hazards
  • Mechanical Lifting

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Who should attend this Manual Handling at Work Training Course?

The Manual Handling at Work Course is designed for individuals who are involved in tasks that require the lifting, moving, pushing, or pulling of objects manually. A variety of professionals can benefit from this course, such as:

  • Warehouse and Logistics Workers
  • Construction Workers
  • Delivery Drivers
  • Factory and Manufacturing Workers
  • Agricultural Workers
  • Healthcare Workers
  • Janitors and Cleaners

Prerequisites of the Manual Handling at Work Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Manual Handling at Work Course.

Manual Handling at Work Course Overview

Manual Handling Training is indispensable for ensuring workplace safety. The Manual Handling field of work focuses on the safe manoeuvring of objects to prevent injuries. This training encompasses different techniques for lifting, carrying, and moving items, thereby promoting a safer working environment for all employees.

Mastery of Manual Handling techniques holds a great importance across all professions. Some of the sectors with frequent heavy lifting or repetitive duties have high demand for people who are good at manual handling. This training can be responsible for safeguarding against workplace injuries and ensuring employee well-being.

The Knowledge Academy's 1-day course helps the delegates gain both theoretical insights and hands-on skills. These skills can be essential for safe load handling, effectively mitigating injury risks and promoting workplace safety. As a result, this training is responsible for enhancing the overall productivity and employee satisfaction.

Course Objectives

  • To understand Manual Handling regulations
  • To identify hazards associated with Manual Handling tasks
  • To learn correct lifting techniques
  • To implement risk assessment strategies
  • To promote a culture of safety in the workplace

Upon completion of this training, delegates will possess expertise in Manual Handling techniques. These techniques can be crucial for maintaining workplace safety standards and preventing injuries, thus fostering a secure and productive work environment for all.

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What’s included in this Manual Handling at Work Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors 
  • Manual Handling at Work Certificate  
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Healthy Working Environment Training​ Course Outline

Module 1: Why Develop a Healthy Workplace Framework?

  • Right Thing to Do: Business Ethics
  • Smart Thing to Do: Business Case
  • Legal Thing to Do: Law
  • Why a Global Framework?

Module 2: What is a Healthy Workplace?

  • General Definitions
  • WHO Definition of a Healthy Workplace
  • Regional Approaches to Healthy Workplaces
    • Office for Africa (AFRO)
    • Office for the Americas (AMRO)
    • Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (EMRO)
    • Office for Europe (EURO)
    • Office for South-East Asia (SEARO)
    • Office for the Western Pacific (WPRO)

Module 3: Interrelationships of Work, Health, and Community

  • How Work Affects the Health of Workers?
    • Work Influences Physical Safety and Health
    • Work Affects Mental Health and Well-Being
    • Interrelationships
    • Positive Impact of Work on Health
  • How Worker Health Affects the Enterprise?
    • Accidents and Acute Injuries Affect the Enterprise
    • Physical Health of Workers Affects the Enterprise
    • Mental Health of Workers Affects the Enterprise
  • How Worker Health and the Community are Interrelated?

Module 4: Evaluating Interventions

  • Cochrane Collaboration
  • General Evaluation Criteria
  • Grey Literature
  • Precautionary Principle
  • Worker Participation and Evaluation Evidence
  • Cost-Effectiveness of Interventions

Module 5: Evidence for Interventions that Make Workplaces Healthier

  • Effectiveness of Occupational Health and Safety Interventions
  • Effectiveness of Psychosocial/Organisational Culture Interventions
  • Effectiveness of Personal Health Resources in the Workplace
  • Effectiveness of Enterprise Involvement in the Community

Module 6: Process to Create a Healthy Workplace

  • Continual Improvement Process Models
  • Are Continual Improvement/OSH Management Systems Effective?
  • Key Features of the Continual Improvement Process in Health and Safety
    • Leadership Engagement Based on Core Values
    • Involve Workers and their Representatives
    • Gap Analysis
    • Learn from Others
    • Sustainability
  • Importance of Integration

Module 7: Global Legal and Policy Context of Workplace Health

  • Standards Setting Bodies
  • Global Status of Occupational Health and Safety
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Trade Union Legislation
  • Employment Standards
  • Psychosocial Hazards
  • Personal Health Resources in the Workplace
  • Enterprise Involvement in the Community
  • Informal Economic Sector

Module 8: WHO Framework and Model

  • Avenues of Influence for a Healthy Workplace
    • Physical Work Environment and Psychosocial Work Environment
    • Personal Health Resources in the Workplace
    • Enterprise Community Involvement
  • Process for Implementing a Healthy Workplace Programme
    • Mobilise
    • Assemble
    • Assess and Prioritise
    • Plan
    • Do
    • Evaluate and Improve
  • Graphical Depiction

Module 9: Creating a Safe and Healthy Workplace

  • Protecting Your Workers
  • Safety
  • Efficient and Safe
  • Stress
  • Dust and Chemical Hazards
  • How to Control Unsafe Conditions in Your Workplace?
  • Vulnerable Workers
  • Risk Assessment and Management
  • Risk Management and Control Banding

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Who should attend this Healthy Working Environment Training Course?

The Healthy Working Environment Training Course is designed for professionals who have an interest in creating and maintaining a healthy and supportive workplace. This course will benefit the following professionals:

  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Health and Safety Coordinators
  • Wellness Committee Members
  • Diversity and Inclusion Professionals
  • Leadership Development Professionals
  • Mental Health Advocates
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Teams

Prerequisites of the Healthy Working Environment Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Healthy Working Environment Training Course.

Healthy Working Environment Training​ Course Overview 

A workplace is healthy when workers and managers cooperate to constantly grow the health, safety, and well-being of all workers and sustain the businesses productivity. A healthy working environment leads to a chance for open discussion, great professional connections, and boosted productivity. In a healthy workplace, employees succeed in their work plans and feel satisfied while staying mentally and physically healthy. A healthy workplace environment increases productivity and reduces costs related to defection, turnover, medical claims, and many more. Organisations focus on a healthy environment for their employees because enhancing their well-being will boost motivation and employee morale. It decreases absenteeism and prevents a high turnover rate.

This 1-day Healthy Working Environment Training course aims to provide delegates with an in-depth knowledge of creating a Healthy Working Environment in an organisation. This course will focus on many crucial topics such as healthy workplace, regional approaches to healthy workplaces, how worker health affects the enterprise, worker participation and evaluation evidence, features of the continual improvement process in health and safety, and many more. Our experienced instructor will conduct this course who has years of experience in teaching courses.

This training will cover various concepts, such as:

  • Creating a safe and healthy workplace
  • WHO framework and model
  • Global legal and policy context of workplace health
  • Continual improvement process models
  • Evaluating interventions
  • How work affects the health of workers?

At the end of this training, delegates will be able to make effective and efficient efforts for a healthy working environment. They will know how to use various features of the health and safety continual improvement process, and they will also be able to implement a healthy workplace programme properly. Like this course, The Knowledge Academy also provides many more Health and Safety in the Workplace courses to help anyone develop essential skills to enhance their career opportunities.

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What’s included in this Healthy Working Environment Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors     
  • Healthy Working Environment Training Certificate         
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Best Practice in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Training Course Outline

 

Module 1: Occupational Health Services (OHS)

  • Objectives of OHS
  • Work Organisation
  • Surveillance
    • Workplace
    • Health
  • Counselling
  • Workplace Health Promotion
  • Work Ability and Rehabilitation
  • First Aid/Accident Management
  • Occupational Health and Primary Health

Module 2: Management of Occupational Health Services (OHS)

  • Planning and Management of OHS
  • Ethics
  • Education and Training of OHS Personnel
  • Competencies
  • Multidisciplinary Team Working in Occupational Health
  • Financing of OHS
  • Quality Management

Module 3: Occupational Safety and Health Management System

  • Main Elements
  • Policy
  • Organising
  • Planning and implementation
  • Evaluation
  • Action for improvement

Module 4: Hazard Identification and Assessment

  • Collect Existing Information About Workplace Hazards
  • Inspect the Workplace for Safety Hazards
  • Identify Health Hazards
  • Conduct Incident Investigations
  • Identify Hazards Associated with Emergency and Nonroutine Situations
  • Characterize the Nature, Identify Interim, and Prioritize the Hazards

Module 5: Hazard Prevention and Control

  • Identify Control Options
  • Select Controls
  • Develop and Update a Hazard Control Plan
  • Select Controls to Protect Workers
  • Implement Selected Controls in the Workplace
  • Follow Up to Confirm that Controls are Effective

Module 6: Education and Training

  • Provide Program Awareness Training
  • Train Employers, Managers, and Supervisors
  • Train Workers on:
    • Their Specific Roles
    • Hazard Identification and Controls

Module 7: Program Evaluation and Improvement

  • Monitor Performance and Progress
  • Verify that the Program is Implemented and is Operating
  • Correct Program Shortcomings and Identify Opportunities

Module 8: Occupational Health and Safety Legislations

  • Main Objectives
  • Factories Act
  • Mines Act
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act
  • Employees’ State Insurance Act
  • Inadequacy of OHS Legislation

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Who should attend this Best Practice in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Training Course?

The Best Practice in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Course is designed to equip professionals with a deep understanding of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) regulations, standards, and best practices. This course can be beneficial for a variety of professionals, including:

  • Health and Safety Managers
  • OHS Officers
  • Human Resources Managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Compliance Officers
  • Public Relations Professionals
  • Regulatory Affairs Professionals
  • Operations Managers
  • Risk Management Specialists

Prerequisites of the Best Practice in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Best Practice in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Course.

Best Practice in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Training Course Overview

Health and Safety at work are the practices, programs, and guidelines that keep employee safe and healthy. The key concept is to give them secure environment and decline injuries and accidents possibilities at work. This training will provide knowledge to individuals about importance of Health and safety when hazards occur at work and cost of safety fails. Studying this training help learners to become accustomed with safety concerns and contribute to improve safety actions. It is essential for businesses to save money, be more productive and efficient, secure long-term benefits, attract partnerships and investors. Pursuing this training help individuals to gain the skills and confidence to eliminate health and safety risks that will ultimately advantageous for their career advancement.

In this 1-day Best Practice in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Training course, delegates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of Occupational Health Services (OHS) and regulations. During this training, delegates will learn about occupational safety and health management system. They will also learn about work organisation, counselling, financing of OHS, providing program awareness training, etc. Our extremely knowledgeable trainer with years of teaching experience will conduct this course and share their knowledge of occupational safety with the delegates effectively.

This training will also cover various crucial topics, such as:

  • Planning and management of OHS
  • Occupational health and primary health
  • Inspect the workplace for safety hazards
  • Develop and update a hazard control plan
  • Implement selected controls in the workplace
  • Correct program shortcomings and identify opportunities

After completing this training, delegates will be able to implement appropriate health and safety legislations and best practices within an organisation. They will also be able to effectively prevent and control hazards by implementing it according to the plan.

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What’s included in this Best Practice in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors 
  • Best Practice in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Certificate
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Health and Safety in the Workplace Training Course Outline

Module 1: Communicating with a Casualty

  • Introduction
  • Communicating with a Casualty

Module 2: Contents of First Aid Kit

  • Contents of First Aid Kit
  • Contents of Avoiding Cross Infection

Module 3: Recording of Incidents and Accidents

  • Introduction
  • Recording of Incidents and Accidents

Module 4: Risk Assessment

  • Risk Assessment
  • Fire Extinguishers

Module 5: Emergency

  • Emergency
  • Act Safely in an Emergency
  • Act Effectively in an Emergency
  • Act Promptly in an Emergency

Module 6: Injuries

  • Injuries
  • Bones
  • Muscles
  • Joints
  • Chests

Module 7: Sudden Poisoning

  • Sudden Poisoning
  • Symptoms of poisoning

Module 8: Recognise the presence of major illness

  • Recognise the Presence of Major Illness
  • Signs of Major Illness

Module 9: Provide Appropriate First aid

  • Introduction to First aid
  • Aims of First Aid

Module 10: Asthma and Diabetes

  • Asthma
  • Diabetes

Module 11: Manual Handling and Safe Lifting

  • Overview
  • Basic Rules of Good Lifting
  • Techniques of Safe Lifting

Module 12: Risks Involved in Manual Handling

  • Hazard and Risk
  • Risk Factors of Manual Handling
  • Risk Awareness at Work
  • Common Workplace Injuries
  • How Can Risks Be Reduced?

Module 13: Mechanical Supports

  • Mechanical Supports in Manual Handling
  • Mechanical Supports Types
  • Choosing the Right Mechanical Supports
  • Hazards of Mechanical Lifting

 

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Who should attend this Health and Safety in the Workplace Training Course?

The Health and Safety in the Workplace Training Course is designed for individuals who work in various industries, aiming to educate participants about the principles of workplace health and safety, promoting a safe and healthy work environment for employees. This course can be beneficial for various professionals, including:

  • Health and Safety Officers
  • Safety Managers
  • Laboratory Workers
  • Office Workers
  • Facility Managers
  • Workplace Safety Representatives
  • Emergency Response Teams
  • Construction Site Managers

Prerequisites of the Health and Safety in the Workplace Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Health and Safety in the Workplace Training Course.

Health and Safety in the Workplace Training​ Course Overview

The Health and Safety Training is a compulsory and necessary education which is required in all organisation. Occupational health hazards are also addressed in the aspects of Health and Safety training. This training can be reasonably narrowed or broad and specific to the particular risk factor. Courses in Health and Safety aim for raising your awareness of safety in the workplace for predicting, minimising, or eliminating risks.

During this 1-day Health & Safety in the Workplace course, delegates will learn details hazardous materials, substances, compounds or which can be risk factors to subsequently developing the disease. They will learn about potential physical risks in the workplace.

This course enables delegates to help them improve their skills and knowledge, reduce risks, make workplaces healthier and safer for everyone and improve the performance of a long-term business.

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What’s included in this Health and Safety in the Workplace Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors  
  • Health and Safety in the Workplace Training Certificate  
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Construction Management Training Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Construction Health and Safety

  • Importance of Health and Safety in Construction
  • Statistics on Accidents and the Cost of Unsafe Practices
  • Role of Health and Safety in Project Management and Site Operations

Module 2: Standards, Regulations, and Compliance

  • Overview of Relevant Local and National Safety Regulations
  • Role of Construction Managers in Ensuring Compliance
  • Duties and Responsibilities of Employers and Employees
  • Consequences of Non-Compliance

Module 3: Risk Assessment and Hazard Identification

  • Fundamentals of Risk Assessment in Construction
  • Identifying Common Construction Hazards
  • Mitigation Strategies and Safety Precautions

Module 4: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Importance of PPE In Preventing Injuries
  • Selecting the Right PPE For Specific Tasks
  • Proper Use, Storage, And Maintenance of PPE

Module 5: Safe Use of Tools and Machinery

  • Training Requirements for Equipment Operators
  • Pre-Operation Checks and Maintenance Schedules
  • Safety Precautions for Specific Machinery

Module 6: Electrical Safety in Construction

  • Common Electrical Hazards on Construction Sites
  • Safe Practices When Working Near Electricity or Power Lines
  • Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters and Their Importance

Module 7: Fall Prevention and Working at Height

  • Risks Associated with Working at Heights
  • Safety Measures: Scaffolds, Guardrails, Harnesses, and Ladders
  • Rescue Plans for Fall-Related Incidents

Module 8: Chemicals and Hazardous Materials Management

  • Recognising Hazardous Materials on Construction Sites
  • Safe Handling, Storage, and Disposal of Hazardous Materials
  • Understanding Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

Module 9: Fire Safety and Emergency Procedures

  • Identifying Fire Hazards in Construction
  • Safe Practices for Welding, Cutting, and Other Fire-Related Operations
  • Emergency Evacuation Plans and Assembly Points

Module 10: Health and Ergonomics

  • Addressing Health Issues: Noise, Vibration, Dust, and Temperature Extremes
  • Proper Lifting Techniques and Ergonomic Work Practices
  • Importance of Breaks and Rotation of Tasks

Module 11: Training, Supervision, and Reporting

  • Role of Safety Training for New and Existing Staff
  • Importance of Supervision in Maintaining Safe Practices
  • Reporting Incidents, Near Misses, And Unsafe Conditions

Module 12: Safety Culture and Continuous Improvement

  • Importance of Fostering a Proactive Safety Culture
  • Engaging All Workers in Safety Discussions and Feedback
  • Regular Safety Audits and Reviews

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Who should attend this Construction Management Training Course?

Construction Management Training Course is designed for anyone who wants to enhance their knowledge and skills in project safety and management.

A few of the professionals listed below can benefit from this course are:

  • Construction Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Site Engineers
  • Construction Workers
  • Architects
  • Design Professionals
  • Health and Safety Personnel

Prerequisites of the Construction Management Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for attending this Construction Management Training Course.

Construction Management Training Course Overview

Construction Management is the strategic planning, coordination, and supervision of various activities throughout a construction project's lifecycle. Construction Management is essential to ensuring projects are delivered on time, within budget, and meet quality standards. For organisations, Construction Management Training Course helps their teams yield enhanced project outcomes, reduced project delays, and improved adherence to safety regulations. Individuals who undergo this training gain a comprehensive understanding of construction processes, safety protocols, and project management skills, positioning themselves as valuable assets to any construction project. This training course opens up career opportunities within the construction sector and positions them for upward mobility and leadership roles in the industry.

During this 1-day training course, delegates will acquire a deep understanding of key principles, practices, and strategies essential for successfully navigating the complex landscape of construction projects. They will also learn to identify and mitigate potential risks by mastering risk assessment and hazard identification techniques. This training will be conducted by our highly professional and skilled trainer, who has years of experience in teaching.

Course Objectives

  • To understand and apply relevant local and national safety regulations
  • To identify, assess, and mitigate various construction-related risks and hazards
  • To ensure proper selection, use, and maintenance of personal protective equipment
  • To promote safe practices when operating tools, machinery, and equipment
  • To manage and handle hazardous materials safely in accordance with regulations
  • To develop a solid understanding of fire safety protocols and emergency response

After attending this training course, delegates will be able to assess potential hazards, devise effective mitigation strategies, and prioritise the well-being of all team members. They will be able to select, use, and maintain Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which will contribute to a safer work environment.

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What’s included in this Construction Management Training Course?

  • World-class training sessions from Experienced Instructors 
  • Construction Management Training Course Certificate  
  • Digital Delegate Pack 

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Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors​ Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Health and Safety

  • What is Health and Safety?
  • What is Health and Safety in the Workplace?
  • Why Health and Safety is Important?
  • 4Cs
  • Ways to Improve Health and Safety in Workplace

Module 2: Health and Safety Manager

  • Health and Safety Manager Overview
  • What Qualifications does a Health and Safety Manager Need?
  • Responsibilities of a Health and Safety Manager
  • Health and Safety Manager Skills
  • Health and Safety Management Systems
  • Components of a Successful Safety Management Programme

Module 3: Health and Safety Supervisors

  • Safety Responsibilities for Supervisors
  • Why the Supervisor is So Important?
  • Supervisor's Crucial Role in Safety Performance
  • Duties as a Supervisor
  • Duties of the Employer and the Worker
  • Supervisor’s Toolkit
  • How to Send the Right Massage?

Module 4: Motivating Safety and Health

  • Setting the Stage
  • Defining Motivation
  • Principles of Motivation
  • Motivational Environment
  • Self-Motivation
  • Motivational Leadership

Module 5: Accident Prevention Techniques

  • Safety and Health Audits
  • Safety Talks and Meetings
  • Accident Investigations
  • Job Hazard Analysis
  • Safe Operating Procedures
  • Job Safety Observation
  • Fleet Safety Programme
  • Preventive Maintenance Programme
  • Special Emphasis Programme
  • Using Safety and Health Consultants

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Who should attend this Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors Training Course?

The Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors Course is designed for individuals in organisational leadership roles. This course provides managers and supervisors with the necessary knowledge and skills to implement health and safety policies effectively in their teams and workplaces. This course can benefit a wide range of professionals, including:

  • Team Leaders
  • Department Heads
  • Operations Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Shift Supervisors
  • Construction Site Supervisors

Prerequisites of the Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors Course.

Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors​ Course Overview

Health and safety are actions employers take to guard the physical and mental wellbeing of workers and non-workers at a workplace. A healthy and safe workplace protects workers from illness and injury, increases productivity and quality, and boosts employee morale. Managers and Supervisors play a crucial role in Health and Safety by monitoring safety, health, risks, hazards to advise organisations and employees about reducing or avoiding risks in the workplace and devising better health and safety awareness programmes. Attending this Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors will help learners to add valuable skills to their profiles gain various career advancement opportunities with enhanced pay. 

Our 1-day Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors Training course aim to provide delegates with a comprehensive knowledge of health and safety at the workplace. During this course, delegates will learn about various ways to improve health and safety in the workplace. They will also learn about various essential topics such as 5Cs, health and safety manager skills, duties as a supervisor, dealing with hazards, principles of motivation, fleet safety programme, and many more. Our highly professional trainer with years of experience in teaching such courses will conduct this training course and help delegates to gain skills required to improve their organisation's safety performance.

This training will also cover the following concepts:

  • Ways to improve health and safety in the workplace
  • Health and safety management systems
  • Supervisor’s toolkit
  • Needs move mountains and people
  • Job hazard analysis
  • Special emphasis programme

At the end of this Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors Training course, delegates will be able to use various techniques to prevent the accident. They will also be able to handle easily and deal with hazards or problems to ensure the successful implementation of safety plans.

Delegates can also choose our other popular courses like Manual Handling at WorkHealth and Safety in the Workplace, and more from our Health & Safety in the Workplace Training section to ensure a safe and healthy workplace.

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What’s included in this Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors   
  • Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors Certificate   
  • Digital Delegate Pack

 

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Ladder Safety Training Course Outline

 

Module 1: Introduction to Ladder Safety

  • What is Ladder Safety?
  • Main Hazards and Causes
  • Importance of Ladder Safety
  • Structure of Ladder Safety
  • Rules of Ladder Safety

Module 2: Setting Up Ladders

  • Choosing a Ladder or Stepladder
  • Ladder Classification
  • Safe Handling Techniques
  • Setting Up Ladders
  • Effective Recruiting
  • Securing Ladders

Module 3: Risk Assessments

  • Injuries Associated with Ladder/Stepladder Hazards
  • Do’s and Don’ts of Ladder Safety
  • Risk Assessment
  • What are the Steps to a Risk Assessment?
  • Why are Risk Assessments Important?

Module 4: Inspection, Use, and Maintenance

  • Use of Ladder
  • Follow Safe Work Practices

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Who should attend this Ladder Safety Training Course?

The Ladder Safety Training Course is designed for individuals who use ladders as part of their work responsibilities. A variety of professionals can benefit from this course, such as:

  • Construction Workers
  • Maintenance Workers
  • Roofing Contractors
  • Electricians
  • Painters
  • Window Cleaners
  • Warehouse and Logistics Workers

Prerequisites of the Ladder Safety Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Ladder Safety Training Course.

Ladder Safety Training Course Overview

Falling from ladders is one of the most prevalent causes of injury, and harm can occur from surprisingly low heights. So, Ladder Safety training will help you reduce the risk of ladder-related injuries and upgrade your knowledge and skills about operating the ladder correctly. This training course includes selecting, setting up, and using a ladder correctly and conducting pre-checks. Ladder safety training assists employees in identifying the various types of ladders and determining which one is appropriate for their task and possible load. Pursuing this training will lead you to work with extra care and with precautions.

The Knowledge Academy’s 1-day Ladder Safety training course is designed to enlighten the delegates with the importance of ladder safety in the workplace. This training course will help you to understand the accurate use of ladders and stepladders with proper precautions. Delegates will learn the significant rules of the ladder safety to implement at the workplace.

It also accommodates the delegates with the more interesting topics, such as:

  • Use of ladder
  • Follow safe work practices
  • Setting up ladders
  • Securing ladders
  • Importance of Ladder Safety

At the end of this training course, delegates will be able to classify and choose the ladders and stepladders according to the requirements of the work. They will also be able to get familiar with the safe handling techniques of the ladder. Our highly expert trainer with abundant knowledge has curated this training course to give a basic understanding of using them properly with accurate precautions.

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What’s included in this Ladder Safety Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors    
  • Ladder Safety Training Certificate    
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

COSHH Training Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to COSHH

  • Definition and Purpose of COSHH
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Importance of COSHH in Workplace Safety

Module 2: Hazardous Substances

  • Types of Hazardous Substances
  • Health Hazards Associated with Chemicals
  • Routes of Exposure
  • Understanding Hazard Symbols and Labels

Module 3: Risk Assessment and Control Measures

  • Conducting COSHH Risk Assessments
  • Identifying and Evaluating Risks
  • Control Measures for Hazardous Substances

Module 4: Safe Handling and Storage

  • Safe Handling Practices
  • Storage Requirements for Hazardous Chemicals
  • Spill Response and Emergency Procedures
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Module 5: Information and Training

  • Providing COSHH Information to Employees
  • Training Requirements for COSHH
  • Emergency Response Training

Module 6: Monitoring and Health Surveillance

  • Workplace Exposure Monitoring
  • Health Surveillance for Hazardous Substances
  • Interpreting Monitoring Results
  • Recording and Reporting Occupational Exposure

Module 7: COSHH in Specific Work Environments

  • COSHH Considerations in Different Industries
  • Adapting COSHH Practices to Work Environments

Module 8: Review and Continuous Improvement

  • Reviewing COSHH Risk Assessments
  • Conducting COSHH Audits
  • Continuous Training and Updates in COSHH Procedures

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Who should attend this COSHH Training Course?

  • Health and Safety Managers
  • Laboratory Technicians
  • Maintenance Staff
  • Manufacturing Workers
  • Cleaning and Sanitation Workers
  • Managers and Supervisors
  • Healthcare Professionals
  • Construction Workers

Prerequisites of the COSHH Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this COSHH Training Course. 

COSHH Training Course Overview

The COSHH Training Course gives the participants a knowledgeable overview of the COSHH regulations and practical advice on how to deal with hazardous substances safely. The audience will review the principles featuring both theoretical knowledge and practical sessions, including risk assessment and emergency response.

The COSHH Training Course is aimed at people normally in-house or responsible for handling hazardous substances including health and safety managers, laboratory technicians, maintenance workers, manufacturing workers and cleaning personnel. It’s essential in the management and supervision of industries like manufacturing, healthcare, construction, and laboratories to boost occupational health and safety and more compliance to the regulations.

This 1-day training by The Knowledge Academy will cover essential topics such as understanding COSHH regulations, risk assessment techniques, control measures, health surveillance, emergency response, and effective training and communication strategies. Delegates will learn practical skills through hands-on exercises and real-world case studies, enabling them to apply their knowledge immediately in their roles.

Course Objectives

  • To grasp the fundamentals of COSHH regulations.
  • To identify and classify hazardous substances in the workplace.
  • To execute effective COSHH risk assessments.
  • To design and apply appropriate control measures.
  • To manage emergency situations involving hazardous substances.
  • To enhance communication and training strategies related to hazardous substances.

Upon completion the individuals will be ready to handle and manage the risks posed by hazardous substances. Through the implementation of COSHH regulations, they will grasp the comprehension of safety measures, risks assessment, and culture of health and safety within their organisation.

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What’s included in this COSHH Course?  

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors
  • COSHH Training Certificate 
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Banksman Training Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Banksman Roles

  • Overview of the Banksman Profession
  • Legal Framework and Compliance in Banksman Operations
  • Workplace Safety and the Role of a Banksman
  • Understanding Health and Safety Executive Guidelines

Module 2: Health and Safety Legislation

  • Health and Safety at Work Act
  • Workplace Safety Regulations Overview
  • Role of Health and Safety Executive in Banksman Operations
  • Implications of Non-Compliance
  • International Safety Standards for Banksmen

Module 3: Risk Management

  • Principles of Risk Assessment in Vehicle Operations
  • Identifying Hazards
  • Strategies for Control and Mitigation of Risks
  • Importance of Incident Reporting and Analysis

Module 4: Communication in Banksman Operations

  • Essentials of Effective Communication
  • Comparing Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication Methods
  • Enhancing Communication with Technology
  • Overcoming Barriers to Effective Communication

Module 5: Visibility and Operational Safety

  • Concepts of Visibility in Safety Operations
  • Human Factors and Ergonomics in Operational Safety
  • Perception and Its Impact on Operational Safety
  • Improving Visibility and Perception in Operations

Module 6: Vehicles and Equipment Safety

  • Understanding Vehicle Types and Associated Risks
  • Safety Features in Heavy Equipment
  • Approaches to Equipment Safety
  • Overview of Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations
  • Preventive Strategies for Vehicle and Equipment Safety

Module 7: Pedestrian Safety in the Workplace

  • Traffic Management Concepts for Workplace Safety
  • Effective Separation of Pedestrians and Vehicles
  • Role of Safety Signage and Barriers
  • Planning for Emergency Evacuations

Module 8: Professional Development and Workplace Ethics

  • Continuous Professional Development for Banksmen
  • Ethical Considerations in Operations
  • Leadership and Teamwork in Banksman Operations
  • Crafting a Personal Development Plan

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Who should attend this Banksman Training Course?

The Banksman Training Course is designed to put participants from a variety of industries at the required level of competence in data analytics and strategy formulation. This course is beneficial for the following professionals:

  • Construction Site Workers
  • Warehouse and Storage Facility Staff
  • Dock and Shipyard Personnel
  • Mining Industry Employees
  • Logistics and Transportation Professionals
  • Safety Officers and Supervisors
  • Crane Operators and Heavy Equipment Drivers
  • Project Managers and Site Engineers

Prerequisites of the Banksman Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Banksman Training Course.

Banksman Training Course Overview

The Banksman Training Course offers not only insight into required knowledge but also skills for professional safe communication management with vehicles and crane operators that contribute to the overall operations at the site. This course will facilitate students’ ability to differentiate the legal rules for vehicle flow, real signalling, and risk examination. The course also has a theoretical base but combines it with practical exercises, so we offer real-life situations and practice sessions to the participants.

This course is designed to meet the requirements of construction workers, logistics professionals and everyone that is related to controlling vehicle activities on the site. Upon completion, participants will be awarded a certificate acknowledged by the Management, validating that their competent role as Banksman is vital in providing operational safety and efficiency.

This 1-day training by The Knowledge Academy will cover essential topics such as communication and signalling techniques, health and safety legislation, and vehicle and crane dynamics. Delegates will learn practical skills through hands-on exercises and real-world case studies, enabling them to apply their knowledge immediately in their roles.

Course Objectives

  • To understand the critical role and responsibilities of a Banksman.
  • To learn effective communication and signalling techniques.
  • To comprehend health and safety legislation related to vehicular operations.
  • To recognise and mitigate risks associated with vehicle and crane movements.
  • To practice and apply hands-on signalling in real scenarios.
  • To develop strategies for accident prevention and emergency response.

Once finished, the participants should have acquired the necessary basic skills and a lot of knowledge, thus making a significant contribution to work safety. They are experts in directing vehicles and cranes, being able to explain and apply safety laws, as well as responding well to risky occasions, so their practical operations are safe and efficient.

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What’s included in this Banksman Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors 
  • Banksman Training Certificate 
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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CDM Regulations Training Outline  

Module 1: Introduction to CDM Regulations

  • Overview of CDM Regulations
  • Key Principles and Objectives of CDM Regulations
  • Role of CDM in Construction Safety and Health
  • Scope and Applicability of CDM Regulations

Module 2: Duties and Responsibilities

  • Duties under CDM Regulations
  • Roles of the Duty Holders
  • Client Responsibilities in CDM
  • Specific Duties of Designers and Contractors
  • Concept of the Principal Designer and Principal Contractor

Module 3: Documentation and Compliance

  • Introduction to the Pre-Construction Information
  • Developing Construction Phase Plans
  • Health and Safety File: Purpose and Contents
  • Legal Documentation and Record Keeping
  • Compliance Checks and Balances

Module 4: Risk Management

  • Principles of Risk Assessment in Construction
  • Identifying and Managing Construction Risks
  • Role of Designers in Mitigating Risk
  • Strategic Planning for Health and Safety
  • Importance of Continuous Risk Management

Module 5: Communication and Collaboration

  • Effective Communication among Duty Holders
  • Collaboration Techniques for Construction Projects
  • Role of Meetings and Briefings
  • Sharing Pre-Construction Information
  • Importance of Consultation with Employees

Module 6: CDM in Project Management

  • Integrating CDM into Project Management Practices
  • Lifecycle of a Construction Project under CDM
  • Planning for Safety from Concept to Completion
  • Monitoring and Reviewing Health and Safety Performance

Module 7: CDM for Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

  • Impact of CDM on SMEs
  • Tailoring CDM Processes for Smaller Projects
  • Challenges Faced by SMEs and Solutions
  • Resources and Support for SMEs

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Who should attend this CDM Regulations Training Course?

This training is essential for professionals involved in construction projects, including:

  • Project Managers
  • Construction Managers
  • Site Managers
  • Health and Safety Officers
  • Architects and Designers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Contractors and Subcontractors

Prerequisites of the CDM Regulations Training

There are no formal prerequisites for this course. This course is designed to be accessible for professionals with varying levels of experience in construction projects, from beginners seeking foundational knowledge to experienced professionals aiming to update their understanding of CDM Regulations.

CDM Regulations Training Course Overview

CDM Regulations Training offers a detailed look at the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations. These rules are a cornerstone in the UK construction industry for managing health, safety, and risk. The importance of these regulations is determined by the need for safe construction environments, making it an important area of knowledge for construction professionals. Understanding CDM Regulations is important for anyone involved in construction projects to ensure safety and compliance. Professionals such as project managers, site managers, architects, and health and safety officers should aim to master this subject through a CDM Regulations Course to navigate the complexities of construction projects confidently.

This 1-day CDM Regulations Certification Course by The Knowledge Academy is designed to equip delegates with the essential knowledge and skills to apply CDM Regulations effectively. Through comprehensive coverage of the regulations, practical case studies, and interactive discussions, delegates will gain a solid foundation in managing construction project risks and safety.

Course Objectives

  • Understand the scope and application of CDM Regulations
  • Identify the roles and responsibilities under CDM
  • Learn to implement effective health and safety management systems
  • Gain insights into risk management and safety design principles
  • Develop skills for creating and maintaining necessary documentation

Upon completion, delegates will possess a thorough understanding of CDM Regulations, enabling them to apply this knowledge in real-world scenarios to manage construction projects more effectively, ensuring safety and legal compliance. This certification will bolster their professional credentials and contribute to safer project environments.

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What’s included in this CDM Regulations Training?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors
  • CDM Regulations Certificate
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Lone Worker Safety Training Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Lone Worker

  • Who are Lone Workers?
  • Responsibilities of Lone worker
  • Train, Monitor, and Supervise Lone Worker
  • Factors to be Consider While Working at Remote Locations
  • Strategies to Support Lone Workers

Module 2: Risk that Can be Occur

  • Hazards that Can be Encountered
  • Issues While Planning for Safe Working
  • Risks to Consider
  • Stress and Mental Health

Module 3: Risk Control 

  • Why are Risk Assessments Important for Lone Workers?
  • Control Measures
  • How to Protect Lone Workers with a Safety Management Program?

Module 4: Protecting Lone worker

  • Health and Safety Law
  • Managing Risk
  • Environment and Equipment
  • Training
  • Supervision

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Who should attend this Lone Worker Safety Training Course?

The Lone Worker Safety Training is designed for those who wish to expand and develop knowledge and skills to handle specific risks of Lone Working. It is vital for individuals who work alone or in remote or isolated conditions across various industries, including:

  • Field Service Engineers
  • Social Workers
  • Real Estate Agents
  • Construction Workers
  • Utility Service Providers
  • Security Personnel

Prerequisites of the Lone Worker Safety Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Lone Worker Safety Training Course.

Lone Worker Safety Training Course Overview

The Lone Worker Safety Training Course is a comprehensive course that provides a detailed look into the risks and challenges specific to working alone or remotely. While emphasising safety procedures such as critical, risk assessment and emergency response strategies, training imparts individuals with the skills and knowledge required for their own safety as well as their well-being when operating independently. People across all Fields such as Healthcare, Real Estate, Construction and Street Services, who, due to the nature of their job and geographical location often work alone and without much support. Thus, on completion of the training and the development of a deep understanding of lone worker safety principles, participants would be able to work safely and steer clear from risks efficiently.

This 1-day training by The Knowledge Academy will comprise not only the expert-led sessions but interactive exercises and case-studies. The participants will be shown how to initiate safety measures, execute efficient risk assessments, and improve their emergency response abilities. This holistic approach not only looks after individuals but also assists organisations in their responsibility towards employees.

Course Objectives

  • To understand the unique risks associated with Lone Working and how to mitigate them
  • To gain skills in risk assessment, emergency response, and effective communication
  • To develop personal safety plans tailored to Lone Working conditions
  • To foster a culture of safety and responsibility among lone workers
  • To ensure compliance with legal requirements and policies concerning lone worker safety
  • To enhance self-awareness and decision-making capabilities

Upon completion, delegates will be well-equipped to identify and mitigate risks effectively, enhancing their safety and security while working alone. They will also become ready to contribute to creating a safer working environment that prioritises the well-being of all employees.

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Who should attend this Lone Worker Safety Training Course?

The Lone Worker Safety Training is designed for those who wish to expand and develop knowledge and skills to handle specific risks of Lone Working. It is vital for individuals who work alone or in remote or isolated conditions across various industries, including:

  • Field Service Engineers
  • Social Workers
  • Real Estate Agents
  • Construction Workers
  • Utility Service Providers
  • Security Personnel

Prerequisites of the Lone Worker Safety Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Lone Worker Safety Training Course.

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Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace Course Outline

 

Module 1: Introduction to Workplace Happiness

  • What is Workplace Happiness?
  • Importance of Workplace Happiness
  • Workplace Happiness Matters
  • Tips for Finding Real Happiness at Work
  • Measure Happiness in the Workplace
  • Parameters of Workplace Happiness

Module 2: Conceptual and Theoretical Framework for Happiness in the Workplace

  • Introduction
  • Job Satisfaction
  • Organisational Commitment
  • Employee Engagement
  • Flow
  • Creation of a Happy Workplace
  • Human Needs

Module 3: How to Encourage Positive Behaviour Change in Employees?

  • Lead by Example
  • Communicate Effectively
  • Recognise and Reward
  • Create Collective Goals
  • Attract the Right People
  • Appropriate and Inappropriate Behaviour at the Workplace

Module 4: Happiness Traps

  • Overwork
  • Helplessness
  • Lack of Meaning / Purpose
  • Relationships
  • Should

Module 5: Emotional Intelligence

  • Elements of Emotional Intelligence
    • Self-Awareness
    • Self-Regulations
    • Empathy
    • Motivation
    • Social Skills

Module 6: Learn to Bring Value to the Work

  • Ways to Add Value to Work

Module 7: Practical Ways to Find Purpose in Your Work

  • Introduction
  • Steps that Help People Find Purpose in Their Work

 

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Who should attend this Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace Training Course?

The Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace Course is designed to create a positive and supportive work environment by promoting well-being, positive interactions, and healthy behaviours among employees. This course can benefit a wide range of professionals, including:

  • Workplace Coordinators
  • Organisational Development Professionals
  • Employee Engagement Specialists
  • Diversity and Inclusion Professionals
  • Health and Safety Representatives
  • Managers and Supervisors
  • Human Resources Professionals

Prerequisites of the Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace Training Course.

Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace​ Course Overview

Positivity is a state of mind, while happiness is a state of mood. Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace are defined as the actions that create a happy and positive working environment and enable others to work more effectively at their workplaces. Individuals who are happy and enjoy their life more at their workplace result in better health and stronger relationship with others. Every organisation wants a happy employee who is kind, attentive, humble, respectful, and positive. These skills are helpful for employees to maintain a positive work environment that is beneficial to increase efficiency and enhance employee morale in the organisation. With these skills, delegates can work in any association and enhance their career.

In this 1-day Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace training course, delegates will gain in-depth knowledge of promoting happiness and positivity at the workplace. During this training, delegates will learn various concepts such as data collection, the importance of happiness at work, job satisfaction, key features of AI, healthy work, social exchange theory, tips for finding real happiness at work and many more. Our expert trainer will teach this course with years of experience in teaching Healthy Working Environment courses.

They will also cover various concepts such as:

  • Introduction to workplace happiness
  • Research model
  • Importance of happiness at work
  • Data collection
  • Key features of AI
  • Ethical considerations

At the end of this training, delegates will be able to enhance their employees’ performance and create a happy workplace environment in their organisation effectively. They will also be able to build positive organisational behaviour at their workplace. By completing this training successfully, delegates will be able to encourage positive behaviour change in employees at their workplace.

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What’s included in this Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors    
  • Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace Certificate     
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Safeguarding Officer Masterclass​ Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Safeguarding   

  • What is Safeguarding? 
  • Principles of Safeguarding 
  • Safeguard Policy 

Module 2: Safeguarding Officer 

  • What is a Safeguarding Officer? 
  • Roles of Safeguarding Officer   
  • Responsibilities of Safeguarding Officer   

Module 3: Children Protection: Defining Vulnerability, Abuse, and Neglect

  • Vulnerability
  • Abuse and Neglect
  • Types of Abuse and Neglect

Module 4: Children Protection: Recognising and Responding to Concerns

  • Signs of Possible Abuse or Neglect
  • Possibility of Physical Abuse
  • Patterns of Disclosure
  • Barriers to Disclosure
  • Responding to Disclosure
  • Responding to Concerns
  • Professional Roles and Responsibilities
  • Involvement in the Steps of Child Protection

Module 5: Safeguarding Adults  

  • What is Safeguarding Adults and Why it Matters? 
  • Responsibilities When Have Safeguarding Concerns 
  • Categories of Abuse  
  • Role as a Person Raising Concern 
  • Information Sharing  

Module 6: Skills Needed to Being a Safeguarding Officer 

  • Counselling Skills 
  • Ability to Stay Calm and Focused  
  • People Skills  
  • Ability to Work Well Under Pressure 
  • Active Listening Skills  
  • Ability to be Sensitive and Understanding 

 

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Who should attend this Safeguarding Officer Masterclass Course?

The Safeguarding Officer Masterclass Course is designed for professionals with a major responsibility for safeguarding vulnerable individuals, such as children, adults at risk, or other vulnerable groups. This course can be beneficial for various professionals, including:

  • Child Protection Officers
  • Social Workers
  • Law Enforcement Officers
  • Legal Professionals
  • Probation and Parole Officers
  • Foster Care and Adoption Workers
  • Healthcare Professionals

Prerequisites of the Safeguarding Officer Masterclass Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Safeguarding Officer Masterclass Course.

Safeguarding Officer Masterclass​ Course Overview

Safeguarding Officer is a personnel playing a crucial role in ensuring the protection and safety of children and adults at their respected workplaces and providing support in promoting a safe environment for everyone. They help organisations to confirm workers' security while sorting out the issues and conflicts among them. Studying Safeguarding Officer Masterclass training helps learners to know the roles and responsibilities of Safeguarding Officer effectively. It will support them to maintain people' wellbeing and meet their legal responsibilities. Pursuing this training course will help learners to undertake a variety of tremendous job opportunities in various organisations.

This 1-day Safeguarding Officer Masterclass Training course covers all the essential topics that will help delegates to become familiar with the roles and responsibilities of Safeguarding Officer. During this training, they will learn about safeguarding policies and principles of safeguarding. They will also learn various essential topics such as roles and responsibilities of safeguarding, categories of abuse, role as a person raising concern, ability to be sensitive and understanding, and many more. Our highly professional trainer with years of experience in teaching such courses will conduct this training course and help delegates to get a comprehensive understanding of safeguarding people.

This training will cover various essential topics, such as:

  • Safeguard policy
  • Roles of Safeguarding Officer 
  • Information sharing
  • Active listening skills
  • Counselling skills

After attending this Safeguarding Officer Masterclass Training course, you will be able to play effective roles and responsibilities of Safeguarding Officer. You will also be able to effectively safeguard children and adults.

Delegates can also choose our other popular courses like Manual Handling at Work, Health and Safety in the Workplace, and more from our Health & Safety in the Workplace Training section to ensure a safe and healthy workplace.

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What’s included in this Safeguarding Officer Masterclass Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors     
  • Safeguarding Officer Certificate      
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Abrasive Wheel Safety Training Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Abrasive Wheels

  • Principles of Abrasive Wheel Safety
  • Types of Abrasive Wheels and Their Applications
  • Overview of Risks and Hazards
  • Role of Safety Training in Risk Prevention

Module 2: Composition and Design of Abrasive Wheels

  • Materials Used in Abrasive Wheels
  • Design Features of Abrasive Wheels
  • Classification and Grading of Abrasive Wheels
  • Understanding Abrasive Wheel Markings

Module 3: Legislation and Compliance

  • Health and Safety Legislation Relevant to Abrasive Wheels
  • Employer and Employee Responsibilities
  • Compliance with Safety Standards
  • Documentation and Record Keeping

Module 4: Safe Handling and Storage

  • Guidelines for Safe Handling of Abrasive Wheels
  • Storage Requirements and Recommendations
  • Environmental Considerations for Storage
  • Inspecting Abrasive Wheels for Damage and Wear

Module 5: Aspects of Wheel Inspection

  • Importance of Regular Inspections
  • Identifying Defects and Faults Theoretically
  • Criteria for Wheel Rejection
  • Documentation of Inspection Findings

Module 6: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Safety Precautions

  • Selection of PPE for Abrasive Wheel Operations
  • Role of PPE in Preventing Injuries
  • Environmental Safety Measures
  • Emergency Response Planning

Module 7: Operational Safety

  • Safe Operating Procedures
  • Risk Assessment and Management
  • Preventative Measures for Common Hazards
  • Creating and Maintaining a Safe Work Environment

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Who should attend this Abrasive Wheel Safety Training

Professionals who work with or are responsible for the operation and maintenance of abrasive wheels should attend this training. This includes individuals in environments where cutting, grinding, or polishing tasks are common. This Course Is Especially Beneficial for the Following Professionals:

  • Safety officers
  • Operators and technicians
  • Maintenance staff
  • Construction workers
  • Quality control inspectors
  • Supervisors
  • Training coordinators
  • Compliance officers

Prerequisites of the Abrasive Wheel Safety Training

There are no formal prerequisites for this Abrasive Wheel Safety Training Course.

Abrasive Wheel Safety Training Course Overview

Abrasive Wheel Safety Training is very important in keeping occupational safety in line with how to handle, store, and use abrasive wheels the right way. Training is thus necessary for this area, considering that the greater risk is associated with operations involving abrasive wheels that may lead to grave injury or even accidents. These safety protocols will ensure you work in a secure working environment and comply with applicable safety legislation. It is a knowledge base required by professionals working in industries where the features of cutting, grinding, or polishing is common. A few of those sectors include manufacturing, engineering, and construction. It is indispensable that these professionals take a handle on this course, which would help them avoid accidents at places of work, reduce the cost of the equipment and the company's revenue loss, and set higher safety and efficiency standards in the operations of the industry.

This 1-day Abrasive Wheel Safety Training offered by The Knowledge Academy has been designed to confer full-fledged knowledge and practical skills to delegates on the said safety topic. Attending will also enable you to learn about the various types of abrasive wheels, safety checks, and their proper operations for all—a reduction in the possibilities related to accidents and, thus, an overall improvement in safety within your workplace.

Course Objectives

  • To understand the types and features of abrasive wheels and their applications
  • To identify the hazards associated with abrasive wheels
  • To demonstrate correct handling, storage, and transportation of abrasive wheels
  • To apply safety procedures for the inspection and use of abrasive wheels
  • To recognise the legal requirements and safety standards
  • To perform safe operating practices in the event of an incident

After the completion of Abrasive Wheel Safety Training, candidates will be well-versed theoretically and practically in all the safety measures and practices to be adopted for Abrasive Wheel Safety. They are better positioned to conform and implement the safety requirements, enhancing the overall safety of the working environment.

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What’s included in this Abrasive Wheel Safety Training?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors
  • Abrasive Wheel Safety Certificate
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Working at Height Training ​Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Work at Height

  • How is Work at Height Defined?
  • Legislation
  • What Working Conditions Increase the Risk of Falling from Height?
  • Do's and Don'ts of Working at Height

Module 2: Risks of Working at Height

  • Risks and Hazards While Working at Height
  • Working at Height Risk Assessment

Module 3: Fall Protection

  • What is Fall Arrest and How Does it Work?
  • Fall Protection Equipment or System Types

Module 4: Requirement of PPE for Working at Heights

  • Working at Height PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
  • Head Protection for Working at Height
  • CE Marking

Module 5: Working at Height – Emergency Rescue Plan

  • Risk Assessment
  • PPE During Fall
  • Rescue Procedure
  • Rescue Equipment
  • Who Needs to Be Called?
  • Prolonged Suspension
  • Medical Assistance
  • Rescue Equipment Maintenance
  • Rescue Training

Module 6: Safety Tips for Working at Heights

  • Railing
  • Selecting the Proper PPE
  • Ensure Proper Use of Lifts
  • Use Ladders Properly
  • Know When and What Type of Fall Protection is Required
  • Avoid Working in Bad Weather Conditions
  • Ensure Proper Training

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Who should attend this Working at Height Training Course?

The Working at Height Training Course is designed for individuals whose job responsibilities involve working at elevated heights. This course aims to educate participants on the risks of working at heights and how to implement safety practices to prevent accidents and injuries. A variety of professionals can benefit from this course, such as:

  • Construction Workers
  • Roofing Contractors
  • Maintenance and Repair Workers
  • Telecom Tower Workers
  • Firefighters and Rescue Workers
  • Industrial Painters
  • Scaffolders

Prerequisites of the Working at Height Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Working at Height Training Course.

Working at Height Training ​Course Overview

Working at Height refers to any place (excluding permanent stairs at workplaces) where a person could be injured if they fell from it, whether above or below ground level. The common causes of Working at Height include fall from ladders, roofs, through fragile surfaces, etc. Anyone who manages work at height can be held responsible and liable for faulty equipment and accidents due to height related work. That is why protecting personnel Working at Height using adequate precautions and measures is necessary for employers. This training helps organisations and professionals to efficiently identify working at height risks and diminish the risk of severe injuries. Pursuing this training course will help learners climb the ladder of success in terms of value and career opportunities.

This 1-day Working at Height Training course covers all the essential topics by which delegates will become familiar with the risks and hazards of Working at Height. During this training, they will learn about safety tips for working at heights. They will also learn about types of fall protection equipment, fall protection system types, rescue procedure, rescue equipment, use ladders properly, and many more. Our highly professional trainer with years of experience in teaching such courses will conduct this course and help delegates get a comprehensive understanding of working cautiously at height with all safety measures.

This training will cover various essential topics, such as: 

  • Fall protection system types
  • Hazards while working at height
  • CE marking
  • PPE during fall
  • Medical assistance

After attending the Working at Height Training course, delegates will be able to protect their co-workers while Working at Height effectively. They will also be able to make a rescue plan for emergencies and handle working at height risks.

Delegates can also choose our other popular courses like Manual Handling at Work, Health and Safety in the Workplace, and more from our Health & Safety in the Workplace Training section to ensure a safe and healthy workplace.

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What’s included in this Working at Height Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors      
  • Working at Height Training Certificate       
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Asbestos Awareness Training Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Asbestos

  • History and Use of Asbestos
  • Types of Asbestos
  • Properties and Characteristics of Asbestos
  • Health Risks Associated with Asbestos Exposure
  • Legal Regulations and Guidelines on Asbestos

Module 2: Recognising Asbestos

  • Common Locations of Asbestos in Buildings
  • Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs)
  • Visual Identification of Asbestos
  • Limitations of Visual Identification

Module 3: Health Implications of Asbestos Exposure

  • Routes of Asbestos Exposure
  • Asbestos-Related Diseases
  • Symptoms of Asbestos Exposure
  • Long-Term Health Risks

Module 4: Legal and Compliance Requirements

  • Duty to Manage Asbestos
  • Asbestos Regulations and Compliance
  • Responsibilities of Employers and Employees
  • Asbestos Surveys and Registers
  • Penalties for Non-Compliance

Module 5: Risk Assessment and Management

  • Risk Assessment for Asbestos
  • Prioritising Asbestos Risks
  • Implementing Control Measures
  • Asbestos Management Plans
  • Reviewing and Updating Risk Assessments

Module 6: Safe Work Practices Around Asbestos

  • Precautions Before Starting Work
  • Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Control Measures to Prevent Asbestos Exposure
  • Decontamination Procedures
  • Safe Disposal of Asbestos Waste

Module 7: Emergency Procedures and Accidental Disturbance

  • Responding to Accidental Asbestos Disturbance
  • Emergency Procedures for Asbestos Release
  • Evacuation and Isolation Procedures
  • Dealing with Asbestos Contamination
  • Notification and Reporting Requirements

Module 8: Asbestos Abatement and Removal Techniques

  • Overview of Asbestos Abatement
  • Legal Requirements for Asbestos Removal
  • Choosing an Asbestos Removal Contractor
  • Monitoring and Air Testing During Abatement
  • Post-Removal Clearance and Documentation

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Who should attend this Asbestos Awareness Training

The Asbestos Awareness Training course is ideal for construction workers, building inspectors, maintenance staff, and anyone involved in the renovation or demolition of buildings. This Course Is Especially Beneficial for the Following Professionals:

  • Construction Workers
  • Building Inspectors
  • Maintenance Staff
  • Health and Safety Officers
  • Demolition Workers
  • Facility Managers
  • Environmental Consultants
  • Architects and Engineers

Prerequisites of the Asbestos Awareness Training

There are no formal prerequisites for this Asbestos Awareness Training.

Asbestos Awareness Training Course Overview

Asbestos Awareness Training is ever so important that both construction and the entire building maintenance sectors are facing hazardous human health issues caused by asbestos inhalation. This training is exactly what one needs to master to identify all asbestos-containing materials and the required safety procedures.

Grasping asbestos and its hazards is especially important for both observing occupational health and safety and, first, ensuring it in industries where the danger of asbestos exposure is higher. This training program was created specifically for individuals who are engaged in construction, building inspection, maintenance and any other profession that might require contact with asbestos.

The one-day Asbestos Awareness Training offered by Knowledge Academy is an intense course which will give the delegates a fully up-to-date education on asbestos, its effects and how to work with it in a safe manner at the workplace. The training will train the workers to understand their legal obligation, implement standard safety management processes, and to minimise health risks from asbestos.

Course Objectives

  • To understand the properties and health risks associated with asbestos exposure
  • To identify asbestos-containing materials in various settings
  • To learn about the legal requirements related to asbestos management
  • To adopt safe work practices to avoid asbestos exposure
  • To respond effectively to asbestos discoveries or incidents
  • To enhance awareness of asbestos in buildings and construction environments

With the completion of Asbestos Awareness Training, delegates will be well-prepared and ready to continue their work on a proactive, systematic task of identifying and managing asbestos problems. They will be fully aware of all the health risks related to asbestos, as well as safety requirements and best practices, which may minimise the level of exposure of employees in the enterprise.

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What’s included in this Asbestos Awareness Training?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors
  • Asbestos Awareness Certificate
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace Course Outline

Module 1: Supervision in a Diverse Workplace

  • What is Supervision?
  • Who are Supervisors?
  • Sources of Supervisory Talent
  • Functions of Supervision
  • Changing Nature of the Supervisor's Environment
  • Supervision: Key Link to Productivity

Module 2: Making Sound and Creative Decisions

  • Steps in the Decision-Making Process
  • Group Decision Making
  • Practical Traps to Avoid When Making Decisions
  • Making Creative Decisions

Module 3: Supervisory Planning Process

  • How does an Organisation Plans?
  • Supervisor's Role in Planning
  • Contingency Plans
  • Organisational Policies, Procedures, and Rules
  • Common Supervisory Planning Activities
  • Management by Objectives (MBO)

Module 4: Accident Prevention in the Workplace

  • Introduction
  • Know the Hazards
  • Create a Safe Work Area
  • Use Safe Lifting Techniques
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Regular Communication

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Who should attend this Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace Training Course?

The Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace Course is designed for supervisors and managers having leadership role in ensuring workplace safety. This course focuses on developing leadership skills that can contribute to creating a safe and healthy work environment for employees. This course will benefit the following professionals:  

  • Frontline Supervisors
  • Shift Managers
  • Site Managers
  • Operations Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Manufacturing Supervisors
  • Warehouse Managers

Prerequisites of the Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace Course.

Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace Course Overview

Leadership skills are the renowned skills that assist individuals in leadership roles in organising people to achieve initial goals. Supervisory skills are considered soft skills as they involve direct communication between an employee and a manager that allows them to perform crucial tasks effectively. Supervisory skills enable individuals to lead teams, manage tasks, solve problems, and give information to their team leaders. In today's developing companies, a good supervisor can foster a friendly working environment, where individuals can work safely and efficiently to enhance productivity in an organisation. Learning new career skills with our specially tailored training courses will help individuals successfully boost their supervisory leadership skills.

Our 1-day Supervisory Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace training course provides knowledge about essential skills for supervisors who effectively lead the team. In this training course, delegates will learn about group decision-making, creating a safe work area, sources of supervisory talent, etc. They will get to know about the personal protective equipment and organisation policies, rules, etc., to get the desired results in an organisation successfully.

Apart from these, delegates will also learn the following essential concepts:

  • Sources of supervisory talent
  • Functions of supervision
  • Practical traps to avoid when making decisions
  • Use safe lifting techniques
  • Contingency plans

After attending this Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace training course, delegates will be able to effectively implement the organisation's decision-making process to acquire the appropriate outcomes. They will also be able to perform various supervisory planning activities by using safe lifting techniques efficiently. This training will also allow individuals to lighten up their existing knowledge and skills to maintain health and safety at the workplace, which, as a result, increases the organisation's productivity and enjoy the higher bonus.

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What’s included in this Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors        
  • Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace Certificate        
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Noise Awareness Training course Outline

Module 1: Overview of Noise

  • What is Noise?
  • Why is Noise an Important Hazard?
  • Properties of Noise that can be Measured?
  • What is Sound Pressure?

Module 2: Introduction to Noise Awareness

  • Why is Noise Awareness Important?
  • What are the Risks for Employees Exposed to High Levels of Noise?
  • What Action Should be Taken When Noise Levels are too High or Low?
  • When are You Meant to Wear Noise Protection Equipment?
  • What Happens if an Employee Refuses to Wear Noise Protection?
  • How is the Noise Level Measured?

Module 3: Control of Noise at Work

  • Why are there Noise Regulations?
  • How Does it Affect me?
  • Who Needs to Comply?
  • What are the Key Requirements of the Regulations?
  • What Do I Need to Do Now?
  • Noise Risk Assessment is it too Noisy?
  • Practical Noise Control Measures

Module 4: Overview of Risk Assessments

  • What is a Risk Assessment?
  • Risk Assessment Process
  • Hazard Identification
  • Hazard Evaluation or Dose-Response Assessment
  • Exposure Assessment 
  • Exposure Assessment General Information
  • Exposure Assessment Measured or Estimated Concentration
  • Approaches for Assessing Total Exposure
  • Recurrent Problems in Exposure Assessment

Module 5: Reducing and Controlling Risks

  • Overview of Risk and Risk Management Issues
  • Developments and Influences
  • Advances in Knowledge on How People View Risks
  • Changes in the Regulatory Environment
  • Approach to Reaching Decisions on Risk

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Who should attend this Noise Awareness Training Course?

The Noise Awareness Training Course is designed for professionals involved in work environments where exposure to high levels of noise is a potential concern. This course will benefit the following professionals:

  • Industrial Workers
  • Construction Workers
  • Factory Workers
  • Mining Workers
  • Airport and Aviation Personnel
  • Transportation Workers
  • Manufacturing Technicians

Prerequisites of the Noise Awareness Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for attending this Noise Awareness Training Course.

Noise Awareness Training​ Course Overview

Noise Awareness is a qualification that aims to educate the public about the harmful effects of noise on hearing, health and quality of life. It helps individuals to raise awareness of the harmful effects of noise on hearing, health and quality of life and inspire positive action in their community. This Noise Awareness training will allow individuals to recognise and reduce exposure to noise at work. Pursuing this training will help individuals excel in highly reputed jobs and upgraded salaries.

In this 1-day Noise Awareness training course, delegates will learn how to how to carry out a risk assessment, assess noise control measures, and implement further changes to prevent harm from coming to employees. During this training, delegates will learn various concepts such as an overview of noise, why noise awareness is important, control of noise at work, reducing and controlling risks, approach to reaching decisions on risk, practical noise control measures, etc. Our experienced instructor with years of experience in providing interactive training courses will teach this course.

They will learn various concepts such as:

  • What is noise?
  • Control of noise at work
  • Reducing and controlling risks
  • Hazard identification
  • Risk assessment process

At the end of this training, delegates will be able to recognise the early warning signs of hearing loss to prevent permanent undesired consequences. They will also be able to examine their workplace, identify where noise may pose a risk to people’s hearing and general safety, and take the necessary measures to minimise exposure and noise emissions.

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What’s included in this Noise Awareness Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors
  • Noise Awareness Training Certificate          
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

CDM Awareness Training​ Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to CDM

  • What is Construction, Design, and Management (CDM)?
  • Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015
  • Does this Affect You?
  • What are the Legal Duties?
  • What Work is Notifiable?

Module 2: Client Duties

  • Client Duties in Relation to Managing Projects
  • Appointment of the Principal Designer and the Principal Contractor
  • Notification
  • Application to Domestic Clients

Module 3: Health and Safety Duties and Roles

  • General Duties
  • Duties of Designers
  • Designs Prepared or Modified Outside Great Britain
  • Duties of a Principal Designer in Relation to Health and Safety at the Pre-Construction Phase
  • Construction Phase Plan and Health and Safety File
  • Duties of a Principal Contractor in Relation to Health and Safety at the Construction Phase
  • Principal Contractor’s Duties to Consult and Engage with Workers

Module 4: General Requirements for all Construction Sites

  • Application
  • Safe Places of Construction Work
  • Good Order and Site Security          
  • Stability of Structures
  • Demolition or Dismantling
  • Explosives
  • Excavations
  • Cofferdams and Caissons
  • Reports of Inspections
  • Energy Distribution Installations
  • Prevention of Drowning
  • Traffic Routes
  • Vehicles
  • Prevention of Risk from Fire, Flooding, or Asphyxiation
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Emergency Routes and Exits
  • Fire Detection and Fire-Fighting
  • Fresh Air
  • Temperature and Weather Protection
  • Lighting

Module 5: General

  • Enforcement in Respect of Fire
  • Review
  • Schedules

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Who should attend this CDM Awareness Training Course?  

The CDM (Construction, Design, and Management) Awareness Training Course is intended for individuals who are or want to be involved in construction projects. This course can benefit a wide range of professionals, including: 

  • Principal Designers 
  • Principal Contractors 
  • Contractors 
  • Health and Safety Professionals 
  • Site Managers and Supervisors 
  • Project Managers 
  • Facility Managers 

Prerequisites of the CDM Awareness Training Course 

There are no formal prerequisites for this CDM Awareness Training Course.

CDM Awareness Training Course Overview

The CDM regulations, or Construction (Design and Management) regulations, are a set of health and safety rules that apply specifically to construction projects. These rules apply to all construction projects, no matter how big or small. This course is designed to help organisations improve health and safety in construction projects, both during the project and for any future work, use, or maintenance of the building or structure. Individuals will gain the ability to eliminate, reduce, or control foreseeable risks that may arise during construction or during the use and maintenance after it has been completed. Holding CDM skills will allow individuals to work on highly paid job posts in various globally recognised enterprises.

In this 1-day Construction Design and Management (CDM) Awareness Training course, delegates will attain in-depth knowledge of the law that applies to the whole construction process on all construction projects. They will understand how to help spot workplace risks and what to do about them. They will learn about making sure health and safety controls are appropriate and increasing the level of commitment to working safely and healthily. Furthermore, delegates will also learn about how clients make suitable arrangements for managing a project, including allocating sufficient time and other resources. Our highly skilled and professional trainer will conduct this training who has years of experience in teaching Health and Safety courses.

Course Objectives:

  • To understand CDM regulations and newly revised CDM regulations (2015)
  • To recognise the consequences of not managing safety within construction and design activities
  • To learn the importance of planning for and designing for health and safety within construction projects
  • To offer guidance on a variety of roles and responsibilities encompassed within the CDM regulations
  • To apply knowledge to a typical CDM project, gained via a workshop-based activity

After attending this training course, delegates will be able to foster a workplace culture of respect and trust that will better understand any health and safety concerns raised. They will also be able to comply with legal health and safety requirements for construction sites.

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What’s included in this CDM Awareness Training Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors    
  • CDM Awareness Training Certificate 
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

CDM for Principal Contractors Training Course Outline

Module 1: Overview of the CDM Regulations

  • Construction Design and Management (CDM) Regulations
  • Who is Involved?
  • Designers: Roles and Responsibilities
  • Listed Building Consent
  • Conservation Area Consent

Module 2: Principal Contractor and Contractor Duties

  • Definition and Duties of Contractors
  • Planning the Work
  • General Requirements for All Sites
  • Minimum Welfare Facilities for Construction Sites
  • Work Involving Particular Risks
  • Making Clients Aware of Their Duties
  • Sites Rules and Induction
  • Domestic Client

Module 3: Construction Phase Plan

  • What is a Construction Phase Plan? 
  • What Does a Construction Phase Plan Contain?
  • Arrangements for Controlling Safety and Health Risks
  • When is a Construction Phase Plan Required?
  • Who Produces the Construction Phase Plan?

Module 4: Managing Other Contractors

  • Introduction
  • Why Manage Contractors?
  • Law
  • Practical Steps for Safe Working

Module 5: Health and Safety File

  • What is Health and Safety File?
  • Why is Health and Safety File Required?
  • Who is Responsible for the Health and Safety File, and What are their Roles?
  • When Should the Health and Safety File be Produced?

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Who should attend this CDM for Principal Contractors Training Course?  

The CDM for Principal Contractors Training Course is designed for Principal Contractors within the context of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM). This course can also benefit a wide range of professionals, including: 

  • Principal Contractors 
  • Construction Managers 
  • Health and Safety Managers 
  • Site Supervisors 
  • Project Managers 
  • Construction Professionals 
  • Safety Officers 

Prerequisites of the CDM for Principal Contractors Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this CDM for Principal Contractors Training Course.

CDM for Principal Contractors Training​ Course Overview

The CDM regulations, or Construction (Design and Management) regulations, are the rules for health and safety at workplaces, specifically to construction projects of every scale. It aims to consolidate an organisation's health and safety measures during construction and maintain the building or structure. The principal contractor plays a critical role in managing health and safety during construction phases. This training supports principle contractors by providing them practical guidance to ensure the proper health and safety measures for any existing hazards at construction sites and their appropriate handling. Pursuing this training course will make individuals proficient in ensuring health and safety at workplace practices to lead healthy and productive projects and great career opportunities.

This 1-day CDM for Principal Contractors Training course is designed to improve construction-related health and safety management, manage the risks on site, and focus on effective planning and managing the workplace risk. During this training, delegates will learn various concepts such as CDM regulations, principal contractor and contractor duties, planning the work, construction phase plan, health and safety file, NBS source, roles and responsibilities of designers, etc. Our experienced instructor with years of experience in delivering interactive training courses will conduct this training and help delegates become adept in ensuring proper safety measures for safe working.

They will also learn various concepts such as:

  • Definitions of contractor
  • Site rules and control
  • Duties of contractors
  • Domestic clients
  • Health and Safety file
  • Managing other contractors

At the end of this training, delegates will be able to plan, manage, monitor and coordinate the entire construction phase and ensure the fulfilment of the principal contractor's role in ensuring proper safety measures at work. They will also be able to comply with the duties of a contractor under the CDM regulations.

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What’s included in this CDM for Principal Contractors Training Course? 

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors    
  • CDM Awareness Training Certificate 
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

CDM for Clients Training​ Course Outline

Module 1: Overview of the CDM Regulations

  • What are the CDM Regulations?
  • Enforcement of the CDM Regulations
  • Application of the CDM Regulations
  • CDM Duty Holders and Their Responsibilities
  • Project Hazard Management
  • Pre-Construction Information
  • Construction Phase Plan and Health and Safety File

Module 2: Client and CDM

  • Who is the Client?
  • Client’s CDM Duties Explained

Module 3: Principal Contractor and Contractor Duties

  • Introduction and Duties of Contractors
  • Planning the Work
  • General Requirements for All Sites
  • Minimum Welfare Facilities for Construction Sites
  • Work Involving Particular Risks
  • Making Clients Aware of Their Duties
  • Sites Rules and Induction
  • Domestic Client

Module 4: Designers and CDM

  • Who are CDM Designers?
  • Designers’ Duties

Module 5: Principal Contractor

  • Principal Contractor’s Duties

Module 6: Contractor

  • Contractor’s Duties
  • Additional Duties When the Project is Notifiable

Module 7: Duties Relating to Onsite Health and Safety

  • Safe Places of Work
  • Good Order and Site Security
  • Stability of Structures
  • Demolition or Dismantling
  • Explosives and Excavations
  • Cofferdams and Caissons
  • Reports of Inspections
  • Energy Distribution Installations
  • Prevention of Drowning
  • Traffic Routes and Vehicles
  • Prevention of Risk from Fire, Flooding, or Asphyxiation
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Emergency Routes and Exits
  • Fire Detection and Fire-Fighting
  • Fresh Air
  • Temperature and Weather Protection
  • Lighting

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Who should attend this CDM for Clients Training Course?

This CDM for Clients Training Course is designed for anyone who wants to enhance their understanding of Construction Design and Management (CDM) regulations. However, this training will be beneficial for:

  • Construction Project Managers
  • Site Supervisors
  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Health and Safety Officers
  • Construction Planners
  • Building Surveyors

Prerequisites of the CDM for Clients Training Course 

There are no formal prerequisites for this CDM Clients Training Course.

CDM for Clients Training​ Course Overview

CDM (Construction Design and Management) for Clients involves understanding their responsibilities and duties within construction projects, ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations. The importance lies in enabling clients to fulfil obligations, ensuring safer project execution, and mitigating potential risks for all involved parties. For organisations, this training fosters a culture of safety and compliance, reducing incidents, improving project efficiency, and safeguarding reputation. By pursuing this training course, individuals will gain a comprehensive understanding of CDM regulations, enhancing their capabilities to contribute to safer work environments and project adherence to regulations. This training course opens numerous avenues for individuals to take on leadership roles, boosting their credentials and career advancement prospects in construction management and safety compliance.

During this 1-day training course, delegates will acquire a comprehensive understanding of the Construction Design and Management (CDM) regulations, focusing on the specific responsibilities and duties pertinent to various roles within construction projects. They will also explore the various facets of CDM, from understanding the regulations and enforcement mechanisms to comprehending the duties of different stakeholders. Delegates will learn about specific site-related requirements, welfare facilities, and protocols. This training will be conducted by our highly professional and skilled trainer, who has years of experience in teaching.

Course Objectives

  • To understand the roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders involved
  • To apply hazard management and risk assessment principles effectively
  • To create and manage essential documentation for compliance and safety
  • To implement site-specific health and safety measures according to regulations
  • To ensure welfare facilities and procedures meet regulatory standards on-site
  • To develop emergency procedures and ensure effective incident reporting systems

After attending this training course, delegates will be able to identify and manage potential hazards, ensuring compliance with health and safety standards throughout project lifecycles. They will also be able to create essential documentation, including construction phase plans and health and safety files, crucial for regulatory adherence.

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What’s included in this CDM Awareness Training Course? 

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors    
  • CDM Clients Training Certificate 
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Confined Space Training Course Outline

 

Module 1: Confined Space Regulation and Pre-Incident Planning

  • Introduction to Confined Space
  • Confined Space Regulation
  • Pre-Incident Planning

Module 2: Hazards of Confined Spaces

  • Hazards of Confined Spaces
  • Toxic Atmospheres
  • Flammable Atmospheres
  • Asphyxiating Atmospheres
  • Oxygen Enriched Atmospheres
  • Physical Hazards
  • Heat Stress
  • Untrained Rescuers
  • Balancing Risks and Benefits

Module 3: Monitoring Hazardous Atmospheres

  • Monitoring Hazardous Atmospheres
  • Determining Acceptable Entry Conditions
  • Oxygen Meters
  • Combustible Gas Indicators
  • Carbon Monoxide and Hydrogen Sulfide Meters

Module 4: Ventilating Confined Spaces

  • Confined Space Ventilation
  • Ventilation Devices and Safety
  • Determinants of Confined Space Ventilation
  • Ventilation Tactics
  • Inspection and Maintenance
  • Ventilation Safety

Module 5: Confined Space Rescue Equipment and Procedures

  • Personal and Respiratory Protective Equipment
  • Protective Clothing
  • Rescue Procedures
  • Communication
  • Decontamination

Module 6: Retrieval Systems

  • Retrieval Systems
  • Knots, Bends, Hitches
  • Rescue and Lowering Systems

Module 7: Emergency Trench Operations

  • Emergency Trench Operations
  • Protective Systems
  • Trench Procedures
  • Unsafe Trench Conditions

Module 8: Confined Space Management System

  • Confined Space Management System
  • Incident Management for Confined Space Incidents and Rescues

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Who should attend this Confined Space Training Course?  

This Confined Space Training Course is suitable for anyone who wants to gain knowledge of safe working with confined spaces. This course can benefit a wide range of professionals, including: 

  • Construction Workers 
  • Industrial Workers 
  • Utility Workers 
  • Maintenance Technicians 
  • Safety Officers 
  • Rescue Teams 
  • Chemical Plant Operators 
  • Emergency Responders 

Prerequisites of the Confined Space Training Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Confined Space Training Course.

Confined Space Training​ Course Overview

A confined space is a space that is large enough for a human to occupy but has a limited entry and departure area. Confined spaces contain a hazardous atmosphere and material that might engulf an entrant, walls that converge inwardly and could imprison or asphyxiate a worker, and other recognised major health or safety concerns such as machinery, live wires, or biohazards. That is why from the protection of such incidents Confined Spaces Training course is necessary. Studying Confined Space Training course helps learners to effectively learn the skills for safe entry to confined space. It helps organisations to identify the risks associated with confined space. It assists individuals to better prepare with protective measures to enter a confined space. Having Confined Space skills will surely help individuals to undertake a variety of tremendous job opportunities.

This 1-day Confined Space Training course covers all necessary concepts to help delegates become thoroughly familiar with the safe working of confined space. They will learn about the confined space rescue equipment and procedures during the training. They will also learn about pre-incident planning, oxygen meters, confined space management systems, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide meters, determinants of confined space ventilation, and many more. Our highly professional trainer with years of experience in teaching such courses will conduct this training course and help delegates to get a comprehensive understanding of confined space.   

This training will cover various essential topics, such as:

  • Oxygen enriched atmospheres
  • Asphyxiating atmospheres
  • Decontamination
  • Ventilation tactics
  • Protective systems

After attending the Confined Space Training course, delegates will be able to monitor hazardous atmospheres effectively. They will also be able to utilise personal and respiratory protective equipment.

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What’s included in this Confined Space Training Course? 

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors    
  • Confined Space Training Certificate 
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Display Screen Equipment DSE Training​ Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to DSE?

  • What is DSE?
  • What is a DSE Assessment?
  • Need for DSE Assessment
  • What Does a DSE Assessment Cover?
  • Why are DSE Assessments Important for Business?

Module 2: Working Safely with Display Screen Equipment

  • Workstations and Assessments
  • Work Routine and Breaks
  • Eyes and Eyesight Testing
  • Training and Information

Module 3: Health Risks of Using Display Screen Equipment

  • Musculoskeletal Problems
  • Headaches
  • Eye Fatigue
  • Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Health Risks
  • What can a Company Do to Prevent Risks?
  • What can an Employee Do to Prevent Risks?

Module 4: DSE Risk Assessment: Simple Steps to Safeguard Staff

  • Take a Break
  • Adjust Screen
  • Choose Keyboard
  • Take a Seat
  • Let There Be (the Right) Light
  • Get Eyes Tested
  • Consulting Employees on DSE
  • How Often Should DSE Be Reviewed?

Module 5: Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992

  • Analysis of Workstations
  • Requirements for Workstations
  • Daily Work Routine of Users
  • Eyes and Eyesight
  • Provision of Training
  • Provision of Information

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Who should attend this Display Screen Equipment DSE Training?

This Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training Course is recommended for individuals who regularly use display screen equipment as a significant part of their work. This course can benefit a wide range of professionals, including: 

  • Data Entry Personnel
  • Call Centre Operators
  • Graphic Designers and Digital Artists
  • IT Professionals
  • Financial Analysts and Accountants
  • Administrative Assistants
  • Customer Service Representatives

Prerequisites of the Display Screen Equipment DSE Training

There are no formal prerequisites for this Display Screen Equipment DSE Course.

Display Screen Equipment DSE Training Course Overview

DSE Training is critical for people who regularly work with computers or other monitors in their jobs. It includes lectures on the ergonomic principles, workstation arrangements and these best practices will help to minimise the risk of pain and injuries that computers users often experience. As workplaces are computerised in modern times, this training becomes relevant for the maintenance of the health and well-being of employees.

The understanding of DSE basics is significant to the employers as well as the employees. Employers have the obligation to grant workers a safe place of employment with workstations properly set up and have ergonomic guidance. Employees should not only understand but also apply DSE principles, they can help themselves by taking the initiative to set up their workstations the right way, moving away from musculoskeletal issues, eye strain and other problems linked to prolonged display screen use.

The Knowledge Academy offers a 1-day DSE Training Course to give the skills needed to carry out accurate workstation risk assessment and ergonomics. The attendees of the workshop will be taught ergonomic principles, adjustment of their workplace for maximum comfort and efficiency, as well as protective measures against DSE-related health problems. Training the delegates in this manner makes them to leave the session with confidence and the knowledge of how to develop a safe and ergonomic workplace.

Course Objectives

  • To understand the health and safety risks caused by prolonged computer use
  • To learn ergonomic principles for setting up a DSE workstation
  • To identify potential hazards and risk factors related to DSE
  • To understand the impact and importance of regular breaks and proper posture while using DSE
  • To comply with legal requirements and organisational policies regarding DSE usage

Upon completing this DSE Training Course, delegates will possess the knowledge and skills to set up their workstations ergonomically, reducing the risk of DSE-related health issues such as musculoskeletal disorders and eye strain.

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What’s included in this Display Screen Equipment DSE Training?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors    
  • Display Screen Equipment DSE Training Certificate 
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Hand Arm Vibration Awareness​ Course Outline

 

Module 1: Hand-Arm Vibration

  • Fundamentals of Vibration
  • What is Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome?
  • Development of Legal Controls on Hand Arm Vibration Exposure
  • Calculating Hand Arm Vibration Doses and Limits
  • Assessment of Hand Arm Vibration Exposure
  • What Causes Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome?
  • What are the Symptoms of Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome?
  • How Do Symptoms Progress?
  • How is Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome Diagnosed?
  • Can Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome Be Prevented?

Module 2: Whole Body Vibration

  • Controls on Whole Body Vibration
  • Measurement and Assessment of WBV Exposure

Module 3: Risks and Health Effects of Vibration at the Workplace

  • Jobs and Industries are Most Likely to Involve Hand-Arm Vibration
  • Tools and Equipment can Cause Ill Health from Vibration
  • How Vibration Causes Injury?
  • Control of Vibration at Work Regulations
  • Purpose of Health Surveillance
  • What Does the Law Require Us to Do?

Module 4: Tools to Measure Vibration

  • Vibration Levels of Tools
  • Equipment Used to Measure Tools
  • Best Ways to Monitor Exposure Time

Module 5: Manage the Health and Safety Risks from HAV

  • Control Measures to Consider
  • Put the Control Measures in Place
  • Controlling Whole Body Vibration Exposure

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Who should attend this Hand Arm Vibration Awareness Course?  

This Hand Arm Vibration Awareness Course is recommended for individuals who operate hand-held power tools or machinery that can expose them to hand-arm vibration. This course can benefit a wide range of professionals, including: 

  • Construction Workers 
  • Manufacturing and Factory Workers 
  • Grounds Maintenance Staff 
  • Automotive Technicians 
  • Carpenters  
  • Miners 
  • Shipyard Workers 
  • Foundry Workers 

Prerequisites of the Hand Arm Vibration Awareness Course 

There are no formal prerequisites for this Hand Arm Vibration Awareness Course.

Hand Arm Vibration Awareness​ Course Overview

Hand Arm Vibration (HAV) is the vibration transmitted from a work process to the hands and arms of employees. Operating handheld power tools, hand-guided equipment, or holding materials being processed by machinery can all cause hand-arm vibration, leading to permanent health effects. Studying the Hand-Arm Vibration Awareness Training course is helpful for individuals to reduce the harmful effects of hand-arm vibration syndrome. This training will help organisations to raise awareness among employees of how to tackle occupational exposure to vibration. Acquiring this training course will surely help delegates undertake tremendous job opportunities in various international companies. 

This 1- Hand Arm Vibration Awareness Training course covers all the essential topics by which delegates will become fully familiar with the hand-arm vibration syndrome. During this training, they will learn about the causes and symptoms of hand-arm vibration syndrome. They will also learn about vibration sources, equipment used to measure tools, control of vibration at work regulations, control measures to consider, controlling whole-body vibration exposure and many more. Our highly professional trainer with years of experience in teaching such courses will conduct this training course and will help you get a complete understanding of Hand Arm Vibration Awareness.

  • Best ways to monitor exposure time
  • Controls on whole-body vibration
  • Measurement and assessment of WBV exposure
  • What causes hand-arm vibration syndrome?
  • Assessment of hand-arm vibration exposure
  • Facts and figures of vibration

After attending the Hand Arm Vibration Awareness Training course, delegates will be able to effectively measure and assess Whole Body Vibration (WBV) exposure. They will also be able to manage the health and safety risks from HAV.

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What’s included in this Hand Arm Vibration Awareness Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors    
  • Hand Arm Vibration Awareness Certificate 
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Health & Safety in the Workplace FAQs

Health and Safety defines a set of regulations and procedures that aim to prevent injury or accident in the workplace or a public place.
An occupational disease is a disease that is related to exposure of a risk factor, substance, or action that is harmful to health, in the work place. It may cause a disease immediately after exposure, after a period of delay, or after repeated encounters with the risk factor.
Yes, all courses that require exams to achieve certification, are included in the price for the course.
Yes, delegates shall receive the appropriate certification, once the course and necessary examinations have been completed.
The Knowledge Academy is the Leading global training provider for Health & Safety in the Workplace.
The training fees for Health & Safety in the Workplace in Philippines starts from $1295.
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