This Health and Safety course provides an understanding of the importance of health and safety, employee, and employer responsibilities under health and safety law. It outlines common workplace hazards and effective methods to reduce them.
This e-learning course will approximately take four hours of guided learning.
This course is online and can be taken up to 1 year after purchase. Allowing for flexible learning in and around your busy schedule.
Candidates will have access 24/7 to their course for 1 year. Log in details to our e-learning portal will be sent via email after the course has been booked.
The courses covers:
- Accidents, including slips, trips and falls
- Legal responsibilities
- Hazardous substances (COSHH)
- Workplace health, safety and welfare
- Work equipment
- First aid
- Manual handling
Who is this course for?
This is ideal for those staff members undergoing induction and training in health and safety in the workplace.
There are no entry requirements for this course. However, a good understanding of the English language and basic IT skills will assist the candidate.
This is an ideal introduction for Health and Safety at work. Candidates can develop their skills further by continuing onto Level 2 Health and Safety - Online and Manual Handling.
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