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Manual handling tasks occur wherever people are at work. Any time we use our bodies to move an object we are manual handling, whether we are in an office, a factory, a warehouse, a shop or any other working environment. This course will educate users on the appropriate way of handling and moving objects in order to reduce the risk of injury from carrying out manual handling tasks.
This course will educate users on the appropriate way of handling and moving objects in order to reduce the risk of injury from carrying out manual handling tasks.
RoSPA recommends for this awareness training course to be combined with face to face training to provide users with all round skills and knowledge.
This Working at Height Online Training course will educate users on how to work safely when working at height. Areas of instruction include, what constitutes working at height and how accidents can be reduced by planning, prevention and protection. The use and the maintenance of equipment is explained and procedures on preventing the fall of objects are highlighted.
This e-learning course only provides awareness education. Face to face training would be needed in addition in order to complete the all round skills and knowledge to be able to carry this forward practically in your organisation
Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous material that has been a popular building material for centuries. Breathing in air containing asbestos fibres can lead to asbestos-related diseases including Mesothelioma, Asbestos-related lung cancer, Asbestosis and Pleural thickening.
This Asbestos Awareness Course from Courses123, effectively describes what Asbestos is, explains the different types of Asbestos and where it can be found. It highlights the health risks associated with working with Asbestos Containing Material (ACMs) and describes how it can be safely managed in the workplace.