Accident and Incident Investigation
This course aims to provide learners with an understanding of the accident and incident investigation process, including its benefits in preventing accidents. The duration of the course is 3 hours, and successful candidates will receive a certificate that is valid for 3 years. The course is mapped to National Occupational Standards SFHIPC13, IMPHS301, and PROHSR3, which ensures that it meets the required industry standards. This course costs £365 for up to 12 learners. Prices may vary based on your requirements.
- Understand the moral and legal obligation to investigate accidents
- Understand RIDDOR requirements
- Understand and be able to apply accident and incident investigation procedures
- Understand the importance of reviewing performance and learning lessons
- Understand the benefits of implementing control measures to prevent accidents
Health and Safety Courses
Aim: To identify the health and safety issues relating to those working in the child care environment.
Aim: To help healthcare support workers and adult social care workers with an awareness and understanding of key health and safety issues.
Aim: To provide learners with an understanding of the accident and incident investigation process and the benefits of accident prevention
Aim: To provide delegates with the information and training required by law to prepare them for working in confined spaces.
There is a choice of modules to ensure targeted learning. Versions are available for Food Service staff or Reception & Administration staff or Housekeeping staff or of your staff are general across all departments have the all in one version.
Fully interactive to ensure learners concentrate, this module tackles firstly COSHH requirements such as symbol recognition, personal protective equipment and safe working practices and then leads into manual handling showing by video and photos safe lifting techniques and emphasising the potential problems of lifting badly.
This course covers the Coronavirus (COVID-19): Infection prevention, identification and control, in order to minimise, prevent and control the spread of infection.