Concise slips and trips training, preventing an accident at work.
Every environment has the potential of a slips and trips hazards. JAD Consulting’s Slips and Trips course educates your employees in the implementation of good housekeeping…helping to reduce an accident at work – whilst making the workplace a much safer environment.
Slips and trips are one of the main causes for accidents in the workplace; however, these accidents can be easily prevented. This health and safety training course gives you the opportunity to meet legislation efficiently – helping your workforce understand the core principles behind a safer working environment.
The training is designed to fit the requirements of most organisations. Whether you work in a school; hospital; library; factory; shop; or construction site, this course has been designed for you – helping to reduce the potential of an accident at work!
It is no surprise that more than a third of all workplace injuries are the result of either these incidents.
According to UK law and regulation, it is mandatory for all Employers to have slips and trips training in place for their employees – so do it quickly and efficiently with our Online Management System – designed for small/medium sized enterprises. It will support your training needs, giving you full control to monitor the progress of your employees – helping you to abide with legislation.
In addition to this course, all online courses also come with free online risk assessments to help you in the day to day running of your business.
Background, history and legislation:
Important statistics involving Slips, Trips and Falls, and the current legislation in place. This fundamental knowledge will help your staff understand the Legislation involved with this topic, and give them an idea of how to comply with such regulations.
Slips and Trips explained:
What are the differences between these two hazards? Your workforce will know the difference between these accidents, whilst adopting a keen eye for spotting/removing such dangers.
Contributory factors increasing the likelihood of an accident at work:
Here you will learn the six contributory factors to these hazards. This will help you to understand how to avoid an accident at work – giving you strategies and other ideas on how to prevent injuries within your working environment.
A guide on how to fill out a risk assessment specific to a potential accident in your workplace. This will result in your workforce being able to implement ideas on how to minimise and/or eliminate potential accidents – ensuring that you don’t have an accident at work.
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