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This course fulfils the requirement for an employer to provide training for workers on the correct use and deployment of display screen equipment.

Module 1 - The importance of assessing the workstation

Module 2 - The seven key areas of the assessment

Module 3 - The workstation set up

Module 4 - How to undertake a DSE assessment

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Tutor John Simmons CMIOSH





Poor manual handling practice is responsible for many of the injuries which happen in the workplace, as well as a lot of injuries which occur at home. Bad lifting and carrying, can lead to anything from minor aches to long-lasting musculoskeletal disorders such as pain in arms, legs and joints. 

Module 1 - Importance of manual handling training

Module 2 - Injury statistics

Module 3 - Preparing for the lift

Module 4 - Lifting and handling techniques

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Employers are legally required by The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 to provide information, instruction and training to employees about fire precautions in the workplace. 

Not only that Fire safety training helps to protect businesses. It ensures everyone knows how to act safely, reducing the risk of injury or loss of life in the event of a blaze. Basic fire-fighting techniques can also help to prevent small fires from becoming big emergencies.

Module 1 – The basics of fire safety management

Module 2 – Preventing fires from starting

Module 3 – Raising the alarm

Module 4 – Evacuating safely

Module 5 – Action to take on finding a fire

Module 6 – Common fire hazards in the workplace

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A basic Health & Safety management course.

It is a legal duty for employers to provide a safe workplace for their employees and also any visitors.

Employees and workers have to do their bit as well and they have a duty to keep the workplace as safe as possible.

Module 1 - Workplace Hazards & Risk Awareness

Module 2 - Occupational Health at Work

Module 3 - Communicating Health & Safety

Module 4 - Safety of Other Site Users

Module 5 - Dealing With Accidents & Incidents

Module 6 - Improving & Maintaining a Safe Work Place

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Tutor John Simmons CMIOSH