There are around 2,000 eye injuries in UK workplaces every day. 20% of which cause at least temporary sight loss. It is imperative, where an eye injury hazard exists, that effective training is provided to all relevant staff. In order to reduce the risk of the hazard causing an incident.
The negative impact of eye injuries on an individual can be huge. Obviously, effective PPE, warn appropriately, is fundamental to reducing risk. The key objective of this Eye Safety course is to help ensure employees proactively comply with your safe systems of work in relation to eye safety. This is achieved by providing staff with a clear, comprehensive understanding of the risks and effective control measures.
Duration: 30 minutes
What you will learn:
- Factors that contribute to eye injuries at work
- Causes eye injuries at work
- Where eye injuries happen most often
- How eye injuries can be prevented
- Basic eye injury first aid
Benefits of echo3education Eye Safety training
- RoSPA Accredited
- Accelerated Learning – 25 Minutes
- Complies with UK & EU legislation
- Rich Media & engaging content
- Instant digital certificate on successful completion
- Complementary training record back-up from echo3
Who is this course for?
Any employee that is exposed to a hazard that has the potential to cause harm to these eyes would undertake this Eye Safety Awareness training. Included but not limited to.
- Construction workers
- Laboratory Workers
- Maintenance staff
- Warehouse staff
- Machine operators
- Road workers
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