Health & Safety and Manual Handling

Health and Safety – Working at Height

Keep safe working at height with our Health and Safety course.

With a high risk of accidents and incidents in this sector, it’s essential to have the correct procedures and training in place.

Our course will equip you to keep yourself and your colleagues safe when working at height.

The finer details:

This is a one-day training course. You’ll learn about the specific needs relating to Health and Safety when working at height and look at a variety of scenarios you may encounter in your workplace.

Our course promotes consistent, good health and safety practice. You’ll look at the legal obligations but be able to see their relevance to your working.  

You’ll receive a certificate of training when you have completed the course.

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Safe Lifting Techniques (with problem solving)

Lift items confidently without the risk of injury with our Safe Lifting Techniques course.

If you lift items once or repeatedly, using an incorrect technique could cause you injury.  It’s important to master the correct way to lift so you minimise the risk of injury.  Our course will give you the basics of correct lifting and also look at some practical problem solving when performing these tasks.

The finer details:

Our course covers lifting tasks, practical lifting, anatomy and physiology and practical problem solving and lifting aims.

It’s a one day training only course, with theory and practice. You’ll get a certificate when you have completed the course.

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Manual Handling Awareness

Know how to move items correctly with our concise course in Manual Handling Awareness and reduce risk of injury in your workplace.

It is important that manual handling is done correctly to avoid injury.  Taking our course will give you the practical knowledge you need to understand the risks involved if you handle items incorrectly.

The finer details:

This is a training only half day course. But in that time you’ll learn the basic skills of manual handling with background theory and practice. You’ll look at the types of injuries caused by incorrect handling and how to stay safe when performing tasks.

Course sessions:

  • Introduction to manual handling
  • Manual handling and the law
  • The musculoskeletal system
  • Mechanics of movement
  • Types of manual handling injuries
  • Risk assessment
  • Control measures for reducing the risks of harm
  • Principles of safer handling
  • Manual handling equipment.

When you’ve completed the course you’ll get a training certificate.

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Health and Safety for the Workplace

Master the basics of Health and Safety for the Workplace with our interactive course.

All of us must be on board with Health and Safety at Work. You’ll get up to date knowledge and information on our course that will support a variety of sectors.

The result will be that you can help maintain a strong health and safety culture in your workplace.

The finer details:

Our one-day training course will give you the grounding you need for your work environment.

Your employer will benefit from ensuring their practices, procedures, and people comply with health and safety legislation.

There will be a mixture of theory and practical sessions in aspects of health and safety at work and you’ll get a certificate of training when you complete the course.

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Health and Safety – Agriculture and Horticulture

Support your land-based sector by developing your knowledge and understanding of health and safety within agriculture and horticulture.

The sector sees some of the highest numbers of accidents in the UK which can lead to serious and fatal injuries. Both children and adults are likely to be at risk in this sector and it’s critical that we all use good health and safety practices.

Take this short course as your first step to proceeding to accredited qualifications in health and safety at work.

The finer details:

This is a theory and practical based one-day course. You’ll receive a certificate of attendance when you’ve completed the training. There’s no assessment but you can consider taking a further course or recognised qualification.

You and your employer will benefit from ensuring practices, procedures and people comply with health and safety legislation and good practice.

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