Wire and Cable Management
Not only are your mass of cables annoying for everyone around you, they’re pretty dangerous. Poor wire management in the workspace is actually a massive hazard.
Holding the Handrail
“Hold the handrail.” Okay, got it. Next? Hold your horses. There’s more to it than that. Stuff you mightn’t expect. Be safe.
Health and Safety in the Workplace
This course provides the tools employees need to make both safe and legally compliant decisions when faced with normal daily scenarios.
Ergonomics: Steps to Minimize Workplace-Related Injuries
Take a look at various workplace factors—such as ergonomics, computer usage, lighting, ventilation and air quality—and mechanisms to maintain employee health.
Speeding on Site
Speeding on site. Why do so many people do it? Learn why it’s a common problem, why it’s so dangerous, and how kicking the habit will benefit you.
Staying Safe in the Workplace
Come away from this course with a renewed understanding of workplace hazards and how to address them in a safe, calm manner.
Why Emergency Preparedness Matters
Emergency preparedness is essential in every working environment. Learn how to respond to emergencies and keep everyone safe.
Bloodborne Pathogens and Your Exposure Control Plan
In this course, learn more about your workplace’s exposure control plan regarding bloodborne pathogens and other potential hazards.
This DSE tool can be used to help you complete a self-assessment of your workstation.
Know how to safely provide life-saving CPR on an infant at the very basic level will give you the confidence to help when needed.
CPR Basics for Everyone: Adult and Child
Knowing the steps to CPR, as well as other emergency techniques, can be the difference between life and death.
Dangers of Texting While Walking
Everyone knows walking while texting is dangerous. But how dangerous? And is there more to it than the safety side? This course will explore these questions.
Slips and Trips
This course will give you an understanding of the dangers of slips and trips in the workplace.
See It, Sort It, Report It
The best plans to prevent accidents are the simple ones. It doesn’t get simpler than See it, sort it, report it. Find out exactly what that means.
In this PPE Awareness course, we will explain why not taking PPE seriously can have devastating consequences.
Mobile Phones and Driving
Make a commitment to be phone safe when driving. This course covers the facts and everything you need to know to be phone safe when driving.
35% of all workers are exposed to the risk of carrying or moving heavy loads for at least a quarter of their working time. Learn about proper manual handling.
Introduction to Working Safely
This course will help you understand why Health and Safety matters so much by exploring H&S legislation and discussing the consequences of getting it wrong.
Hazard Identification and Risk Control
Hazard and risk. You’ll no doubt hear these terms at lot when at work. Often “hazard” and “risk” are freely used to mean the same thing. Discover why they’re not.
Fire Warden Essentials
This course looks at the reasons fire wardens are necessary.
Fire Safety Awareness
This Fire Safety Awareness course provides general advice on fire safety and also provides guidance on substances that cause fire and explosion.
Driver Safety Awareness
The aim of this course is to raise driver safety awareness and put a STOP! to driving-related accidents.
Dangers of Sleep Deprivation
The modules in this course explore why sleep is so important and provide learners with knowledge and techniques they can use to ensure they get a better night’s sleep.
Chemicals and other hazardous substances can put your health at risk, so learn about the Control of Substance Hazardous to Health regulations (COSHH).
This course will teach you the nature and properties of asbestos and its effects on your health and what to do if you come across it.
It is important to consider how you can work as safely as possible when you’re alone. This short course explains the dangers of working alone.