Health and Safety Induction

£12.00 £14.52 INC VAT

The Health and Safety Induction eLearning course introduces the importance of good health and safety practices in the workplace. The course introduces the responsibilities for employers and employees from the Health and Safety at Work Act.



The course covers typical workplace hazards, such as manual handling, stress, hazardous substances and falls from height. The course looks at what to do if an accident or incident occurs, or if they experience any signs of ill-health. A case-study illustrates the importance of reporting. This course does not attempt to teach staff to carry out risk assessments, but it explains how they can contribute to, and make use of the findings of risk assessments. In particular, examples show how understanding a risk assessment can help you to work more safely.

Learners are reminded that they should take responsibility for the safety of themselves and others. This includes the need to comply with procedures, participate in training and to report accidents, incidents, ill-health or hazards.

Course Objectives

  • How the workplace affects the health and safety of you and your colleagues
  • Your responsibilities under health and safety law.
  • Awareness of typical workplace hazards.
  • How to avoid accidents and ill-health at work.
  • The importance of reporting accidents, incidents, hazards and symptoms of ill-health.

Course Details

On successful completion of the test, users can download and print a certificate.
The course is RoSPA approved

The course lasts approximately 50 minutes

Users are required to take a final test consisting of 10 default questions. The default pass mark is 70%

The course administrator within your organisation can:

  • Change the pass mark
  • Implement the random test question feature which selects 10 questions from a bank of 20.
  • Can specify that more than 10 questions must be answered (up to the full bank of 20 questions)

Target Audience

The course is suitable for employees of all levels and is particularly suited to new employees who are required to take health and safety induction training at the start of their employment. It should be combined with a site-specific induction which covers the local hazards and control measures.

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