Do you want to improve your Health and Safety skills quickly on a system that is easy to use? Our learners speak for our courses:
“This course is brilliantly designed and divided into chunks of manageable information that are easy to absorb. It is pretty interactive, easy to navigate and visually rich.”
“Excellent course, easy to process the information as it is interactive. Quick flow on information in slides, perfect for busy people.”
This Health and Safety Level 3 course is essential for anybody working in a Supervisory or Management role in any sector. Also, if you are wanting to make Health and Safety your chosen career, this IIRSM and CPD accredited course is the ideal starting point on your journey to IOSH and Nebosh qualifications. The course is also ideal for people running their own business and wanting to operate legally and safely.
The course goes into detail about each area of Health and Safety and provides information on how to undertake effective risk assessments and implement relevant, sufficient and appropriate control measures.
Is this course accredited and recognised?
Yes, this Health and Safety course is fully certified and approved by both IIRSM and the CPD. Employers universally accept this qualification. You will be able to instantly download and print your fully accredited certificate as soon as you successfully complete the course.
How long will this course take me?
Approximately 4-8 hours. But you don’t have to do it all in one go. We use the latest stop-start technology so take your time.
What happens if I don’t pass?
If you don’t pass, we give you your money back. It’s that simple. But don’t worry, our experts are here to help you to succeed. We guarantee your success.
This Health and Safety course gives an in depth guide to Health and Safety legislation and aims to raise awareness of the responsibilities that all managers and supervisors plus Health and Safety specialists are expected to maintain. This course is divided into 10 easy to follow interactive modules and includes a multiple choice test at the end:
✔️Legislation and Risk Assessments- the importance of Health and Safety and useful definitions; Health and Safety law; Risk Assessments and the Competent Person
✔️Reporting and Investigating Accidents- workplace injuries; RIDDOR; the Accident Triangle; legal requirements; occupational diseases; dangerous occurrences and investigations
✔️The Workplace and Work Equipment- slips, trips and falls and how to reduce the risk; how to reduce the risk from work equipment.
✔️Fire and Explosion Responsibilities and Control Measures- the importance of Fire Safety; employer and employee responsibilities and duties; the Fire Triangle and Fire Risk assessment; fire detection and warning systems; evacuation procedures; fire extinguishers and equipment; fire safety signs; preparing an emergency plan and precautions against explosions.
✔️Electricity- common causes of electrical accidents and injuries; employer and employee responsibilities; electrical risk assessments; portable appliances; safe installation; working near to electricity and wiring; overhead power lines and underground cables; maintaining electrical equipment and dealing with injuries.
✔️Working at Height- legislation; risks and dangers of working at height; risk reduction; types of equipment; vehicles; fragile surfaces; training and communication; emergency procedures.
✔️Vehicles: Work Site Hazards- legal responsibilities; worksite control measures; risk assessments; vehicles speed and traffic routes; privately owned vehicles, parking, visiting drivers and the public; signage.
✔️Vehicles: Driver Standards and Vehicle Safety- driver standards and training; reversing; vehicle design and maintenance; signallers and deliveries; coupling and uncoupling; avoiding overturns and falls; loading and unloading.
✔️Conflict and Violence- the law; statistics on workplace violence; who is at risk; risk assessments and control measures.
✔️Alcohol and Drugs- alcohol and drug policies including screening; legislation; drug misuse and signs of misuse;
✔️Noise and Vibration- employer responsibilities; the dangers of noise; measuring and reducing noise; supply of PPE and other equipment; training and health surveillance; the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations; risk assessment; eliminating and reducing risk.
✔️Ergonomics- the importance of ergonomics; display screen equipment; assessing risks and control measures; work related stress.
✔️Manual Handling: Risk Assessment and Reducing the Risks- employer responsibilities; risk assessments; load and environment (TILE); mechanical aids and equipment; PPE; lifting, pushing and pulling; training.
✔️Employee Welfare and Emergency Procedures- workplace stress and risk assessments; first aid; emergency procedures; welfare facilities.
✔️Positive Health and Safety Culture- how to establish a positive Health and Safety culture; safety representatives and committees.
✔️Role of Managers, Supervisors and PPE- the responsibilities of managers and supervisors; types of PPE; training.
✔️Staff Training- training procedures; training and the motivation of staff.
✔️Working Safely With Hazardous Substances (COSHH)- the law; what is a hazardous substance; employer and employee responsibilities; hierarchy of control measures; PPE; ill health effects; Workplace Exposure Limits (WEL); flammable substances; training.
By the end of this Health and Safety course, you will be able to:
- Explain what is meant by ‘Health and Safety’.
- Identify common workplace incidents and general ways to reduce their risk
- Recite the procedure to carry out in the event of a fire and know which fire extinguisher should be used
- Understand the importance and use of PPE
- Explain the basics of COSHH and how to minimise the risk of hazardous substances Identify different types of safety signs and know about first aid In the workplace
- Understand the basics of working at height
- Work with display screens correctly
- Deal with violence in the workplace Identify the key causes of stress
- List the Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to electrical equipment