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Health & Safety in the Workplace

Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

First Aid at Work Course Outline

The following topics are covered - 

  • Communicating with a casualty
  • Contents of First Aid Kit
  • Contents of avoiding cross infection
  • Recording of incidents
  • Recording of accidents
  • Assess the situation
  • Assess the circumstances
  • Act safety in an emergency
  • Act promptly in an emergency
  • Act effectively in an emergency
  • Administer first aid to a casualty
  • Unconscious (including seizures)
  • Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation
  • Choking
  • Wounded and Bleeding
  • Shock
  • Burns & Scalds
  • Eye Injuries
  • Administer first aid to a casualty
  • Injuries to bones
  • Injuries to muscles
  • Injuries to joints
  • suspected spinal injury
  • Chest Injuries
  • Sudden Poisoning
  • Anaphylactic Shock
  • Recognise the presence of major illness
  • Provide appropriate first aid
  • Heart attack, stroke, epilepsy
  • Asthma & diabetes
  • Administer Aspirin

 

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Who should attend this First Aid Training Course?

This course is designed for anybody who would like to become a certified first aider. This course would be particularly beneficial for organisations who have HSE guidelines that recommend their first aider be trained in first aid at work.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for enrolling on this First Aid at Work course. However, delegates must have the physical capacity to complete the procedures taught throughout the duration of the 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 Training Course?

  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Refreshments

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Manual Handling at Work Course Outline

The Manual Handling at Work course ensures that delegates are able to understand the fundamental risks and issues related to handling heavy objects. Manual Handling can involve lifting, pulling, loading, pushing, and carrying heavy loads and completing any of these actions incorrectly can increase the possibility of causing injuries.

Manual Handling and Safe Lifting

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

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?

Legal Requirements and Responsibilities

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

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

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 Health and Safety Training Course?

This course is aimed at those who have a responsibility to their staff to ensure that health and safety measures are met. For example, Managers, Supervisors, and Safety Advisors. However, this course is open to any individual who would like to attend.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Manual Handling at Work Course Overview

The Manual Handling at Work course ensures that delegates are able to understand the fundamental risks and issues related to handling heavy objects. Manual Handling can involve lifting, pulling, loading, pushing, and carrying heavy loads and completing any of these actions incorrectly can increase the possibility of causing injuries.

By attending this one day course, candidates will have gained an understanding of the safety and precautionary procedures that should be used in order to avoid injury and other health-related effects. Legal requirements and responsibilities, mechanical supports, and risk calculation are also topics of interest that are taught to further boost the delegate’s understanding of the steps that should be taken to minimise risk.

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What's included in this Health and Safety Training Course?

  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Refreshments

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Health and Safety in the Workplace Training Course Outline

Communicating with a Casualty

Contents of First Aid Kit

  • Contents of avoiding cross infection

Recording of Incidents and Accidents

Risk Assessment

  • Fire Extinguishers

Emergency

  • Act safetly in an emergency
  • Act effectively in an emergency
  • Act promptly in an emergency

Injuries

  • Bones
  • Muscles
  • Joints
  • Chests

Sudden Poisioning

Recognise the presence of major illness

Provide Appropriate First aid

Asthma & Diabetes

  • Building Class Libraries at the Command Line
  • Class Libraries Using Visual Studio .NET
  • Using References

Manual Handling and Safe Lifting

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

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?

Mechanical Supports

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

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Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for enrolling on this course. 

Audience 

This course is aimed at those who have a responsibility to their staff to ensure that health and safety measures are met.

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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

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?
  • 5Cs
  • 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
  • Know the Hazards in Your Workplace
  • Dealing with Hazards
  • Handling Problems as they Arise
  • How to Send the Right Message?

Module 4: Motivating Safety and Health

  • Setting the Stage
  • Defining Motivation
  • Principles of Motivation
  • Motivational Environment
  • Self-Motivation
  • Needs Move Mountains and People
  • 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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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites to attend this Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors course.

Audience

This Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors is designed for anyone who wants to gain in-depth knowledge of implementing required health and safety measures as managers and supervisors in their organisations.

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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Classroom (1 days)

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
    • Psychosocial Work Environment
    • Personal Health Resources in the Workplace
    • Enterprise Community Involvement
  • Process for Implementing a Healthy Workplace Programme
    • Mobilise
    • Assemble
    • Assess
    • Prioritise
    • Plan
    • Do
    • Evaluate
    • 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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Prerequisites 

In this Healthy Working Environment Training course, there are no formal prerequisites.

Audience

This Healthy Working Environment Training course is designed for any individual or organisation who likes to learn how to make the working environment healthy.

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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

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
  • Securing Ladders

Module 3: Risk Assessments

  • What are the Main Hazards and Causes?
  • 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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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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Workplace Happiness

  • What is Workplace Happiness?
  • Importance of Happiness At Work
  • Workplace Happiness Matters
  • Science Behind Happiness At Work
  • Workplace Happiness and Personality Styles
  • Table of Happiness Constructs in the Workplace
  • How to be Happy at Work
  • Tips for Finding Real Happiness at Work
  • Link Between Happiness and Productivity
  • Measure Happiness in the Workplace

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

  • Introduction
  • Literature Search
  • Happiness at Work
    • Job Satisfaction
    • Affect
    • Organisational Commitment
    • Engagement
    • Flow
  • Antecedents to Happiness at Work
  • Consequences of Happiness at Work
  • Creation of a Happy Workplace
  • Happiness in the Workplace: Academy
  • Self-Determination Theory
  • Human Needs Theory
  • Social Comparison Theory
  • Social Exchange Theory

Module 3: Appreciative Inquiry Design and Application of Methods to Happiness in the Academic Workplace

  • Aim and objectives of the Study
  • Research Design: Appreciative Inquiry
  • Key Features of AI
  • Underpinning philosophy: Social Constructionism
  • Further Key AI Principles
  • Critiques of AI
  • Method of Sample Selection
  • Positionality within the Study
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Diagrammatic Overview of the AI Study: Happiness in the workplace

Module 4: Role of Workplace Happiness in Achieving Organisational Brilliance a Study

  • Understand the Workplace Happiness
  • Organisational Brilliance
  • Research Model
  • Research Questions
  • Research Hypotheses
  • Research Population
  • Data Collection
  • Data Analysis and Hypotheses Testing

Module 5: How to Encourage Positive Behaviour Change in Employees?

  • Lead by Example
  • Communicate Effectively
  • Recognise and Reward
  • Create Collective Goals
  • Attract the Right People

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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites for attending this Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace training course.

Audience

This Promoting Happiness and Positive Behaviour at Workplace training course is suitable for all individuals who want to enhance their workplace happiness knowledge and skills.

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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

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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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites to attend this Safeguarding Officer Masterclass training course.  

Audience  

This Safeguarding Officer Masterclass training course is ideal for anyone who wants to gain knowledge of safeguarding.  

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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

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
  • Use the Proper Equipment for Working at Heights
  • 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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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites to attend this Working at Height Training course.

Audience

This training is ideal for those individuals who supervise workers that work at height.

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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Classroom (1 days)

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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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites for attending this Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace training course.

Audience

This Supervisor Leadership Skills for a Safe Workplace training course is suitable for anyone who wants to upgrade their supervisory competency.

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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

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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Prerequisites

In this Noise Awareness training course, there are no formal prerequisites.

Audience

This course is ideal for anyone responsible for planning, implementing and managing the health and safety procedures in the workplace. This training is much more beneficial for:

  • Employers
  • Business Owners
  • Managers
  • Supervisors and Team Leaders

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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

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
  • Duties of Contractors

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
  • Transitional and Saving Provisions
  • Revocation and Consequential Amendments
  • Review
  • Schedule 1: Particulars to be Notified Under Regulation
  • Schedule 2: Minimum Welfare Facilities Required for Construction Sites
  • Schedule 3: Work Involving Particular Risks
  • Schedule 4: Transitional and Saving Provisions  
  • Schedule 5: Amendments

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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites in this Construction Design and Management (CDM) Awareness Training course.

Audience

This Construction Design and Management (CDM) Awareness Training course is designed for anyone who wants to gain in-depth knowledge about the set of regulations for managing the health, safety, and welfare of construction projects.

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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

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

  • Definitions of Contractor
  • Who is a Contractor?
  • Why is a Contractor Important?
  • Duties of Contractors
  • Planning the Work
  • General Requirements for All Sites
  • Minimum Welfare Facilities for Construction Sites
  • Work Involving Particular Risks
  • Principal Contractor Additional Specified Duties
  • Making Clients Aware of Their Duties
  • Site Rules and Induction
  • Domestic Clients

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
  • Health and Safety File
  • 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 the Health and Safety File?
  • Why is a Health and Safety File Required?
  • Who is Responsible for the Health and Safety File, and What are Their Roles?
  • Principal Designer and Contractor
  • When Should the Health and Safety File be Produced?
  • NBS Source
  • Construction Information Service

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Prerequisites  

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

Audience 

This CDM for Principal Contractors Training course is ideal for anyone who wants to play the role of the principal contractor at any level. However, this course is beneficial for subcontractors and main contractors.

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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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

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
  • Health and Safety File

Module 2: Client and CDM

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

Module 3: Role of the CDM Co-Ordinator 

  • Project Notification
  • Assisting and Advising the Client with their Duties
  • Facilitating Co-Operation and Coordination Pre-Construction
  • Identification and Provision of Pre-Construction Information
  • Ensuring Designers Comply with their Duties
  • Working with the Principal Contractor
  • Health and Safety File

Module 4: Designers and CDM

  • Who are CDM Designers?
  • Designers’ Duties Explained

Module 5: Principal Contractor

  • Principal Contractor’s Duties Explained

Module 6: Contractor

  • Contractor’s Duties Explained
  • 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 Risks from Fire
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Emergency Routes and Exits
  • Fire Detection and Fire-Fighting
  • Fresh Air
  • Temperature and Weather Protection
  • Lighting

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Prerequisites

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

Audience

This CDM for Clients Training course is suitable for anyone who wants to gain knowledge of CDM.

CDM for Clients Training​ Course Overview

CDM stands for the Construction (Design and Management) regulations. This is a collection of health and safety regulations mandatory for every construction project. It helps organisations to improve the health and safety of their workers during the construction work while using and maintaining the structure. It assists individuals by providing the appropriate information of health and safety regulations for the existing hazards. Studying CDM for Clients Training course help learners to effectively know the regulations and responsibilities of CDM. Pursuing this training will help individuals to gain the required knowledge, skills, and experience to enhance their career prospects and become successful professionals.

This 1-day CDM for Clients Training course covers all necessary concepts to help delegates become thoroughly familiar with the Construction (Design and Management). During this training, they will learn how to designers comply with their duties, stability of structures, prevention of risks from fire, ensuring designers comply with their duties, project notification, 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 a comprehensive understanding of CDM.

This training will cover various essential topics, such as:  

  • Designers’ duties explained
  • Prevention of drowning
  • Temperature and weather protection
  • Pre-construction information
  • Health and safety file

After attending the CDM for Clients Training course, delegates will be able to effectively identify and provision of pre-construction information. They will also be able to work with the principal contractor.

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  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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