Off the shelf elearning. Staying safe at work.
According to the Health and Safety Executive, a lone worker is someone who works by themselves without close or direct supervision.Many lone workers drive or work with the general public, which exposes them to risks such as violence or road accidents. If you work alone, you ideally want to identify these risks so that you or your employer can put in place any arrangements that can help to avoid or lessen them.
What’s included in this course?
Staying safe at work.
Feel more confident to identify hazardous substances and learn how to store and handle them safely.
Ensure that you understand how to keep yourself, your colleagues and other road users safe when driving.
DSE at home
Make sure your home workstation is set up to help reduce the risk of injury or discomfort.
DSE at work
Learn some sensible habits you can adopt to ensure that your workstation helps to reduce the risk of injury or discomfort.
Explore some key information about fires, the different types of fire extinguishers and how to effectively use them.
Fire marshal training
Understand the role and duties of the fire marshal or warden in your organisation.
Recognise your fire safety responsibilities, the precautions you can take and what to do in the event of a fire.
Food allergen awareness
Recognise your moral and legal responsibility to ensure that the food you produce never contains undeclared allergens.
Food safety awareness
Understand the important part you have to play in making sure that food is safe and fit for human consumption.
Health and safety
Understand some of the main hazards and risks that you are likely to encounter within the workplace.
Keeping your information secure
Learn what you can do if you encounter a possible security issue when working remotely.
Lone worker safety
Understand how to assess the risks of working alone, which factors to be aware of and how to keep safe.
Identify the safest ways to approach manual handling to take care of the health and safety of yourself and your colleagues.
Safe use of hand tools
Recognise some of the risks and hazards of working with hand and power tools.
Working at height
Find out the information you need to be able to work at height safely, and within the law.
Workplace first aid awareness
Explore information and practical advice on what to do in situations that require first aid.
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