Working at Heights

Working at Heights: This course gives an overview of current legislation and instructs the learner on how to safely Work at Heights. By completing or passing this course, you will attain the certificate Learning Light Certificate This is an e-Learning WMB course featuring e-learning meets corporate video technology.

Working at Height Awareness

In the UK alone, in 2008/09, falls from height accounted for 35 fatalities, 4654 major injuries and a further 7065 other injuries resulting in at least three days off work. They remain the biggest single cause of workplace deaths and major injuries. This course is designed to give the learner an awareness of what working…

Stress Management

Recent statistics reveal that 1 in 5 working people in the UK are suffering from stress. To be able to deal with stress, a balance needs to be achieved between the various aspects of life; including work, family, and yourself.This course has been designed to show you how to achieve this balance by explaining what stress is…

Security Abroad 2

Anyone who travels overseas as part of their job needs to be aware of what type of threats to their health and security they may be faced with. You can be vulnerable when travelling and working in a new environment where you could be an easy target for petty criminals, get caught up in political violence or worse.

Security Abroad

Anyone who travels overseas as part of their job needs to be aware of what type of threats to their health and security they may be faced with. You can be vulnerable when travelling and working in a new environment where you could be an easy target for petty criminals, get caught up in political violence or worse.

Noise Awareness

With noise pollution increasing, protecting our hearing is something we all need to be aware of. It is impossible to avoid all noise; and who doesn’t like to listen to music, drive fast cars, watch movies and be part of sporting crowds. However, these are your own choices in your own free time.

Introduction to Slips, Trips and Falls

Global statistics show that 1 in every 6 accidents at work are caused by slips, trips and falls, and they are the 2nd leading cause of death in the workplace. the cost to society in the UK alone is over £800 million per year, including a cost to our National Health Service of £133 million.Understanding the potential hazards and having a ‘see it…

Safety Observation Systems

Many accidents and incidents in the workplace are caused by human error, so changing people’s attitude and behaviour towards safety will inevitably result in a reduction in injuries. A Safety Observation System (SOS) is designed to encourage everybody in the workplace to look at their attitude towards health and safety.

Introduction to Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER)

An Introduction to PUWER’ will guide you through the ‘Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations’.It is not necessary to know all of the regulations off by heart, but it IS important to know that these regulations exist, and are there to protect YOU. PUWER regulations cover ALL work equipment, from steam rollers to grinders, and from cherry pickers to the office photocopier! PUWER regulations cover their use, inspection and maintenance, to help provide a safe working environment, whatever equipment you use.

Introduction to Pressure Safety 2

If pressurised equipment fails in use, it can lead to serious injuries, damage to property and harm to the environment. In the first module of this course we learned what pressure is and how we measure it. In this module we will see how pressure is contained, how the limits can be exceeded and how equipment can fail. You will learn about stored energy and why all pressure can be dangerous.