The Asbestos Awareness eLearning course is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of the hazards associated with asbestos, the diseases that can result from exposure and the legal requirements around its management and removal. This course is delivered through a digital platform and takes approximately 1-2 hours to complete.
The course covers topics such as the properties of asbestos, the types of asbestos-containing materials, the risks associated with asbestos exposure, the health effects of asbestos, the responsibilities of employers and employees, and the steps that should be taken to manage asbestos safely in the workplace.
Upon completion of the course, learners will have a good understanding of the hazards associated with asbestos and the precautions that should be taken when working with or around asbestos. This course is mapped to National Occupational Standards PPLCC02 and COSVR756, and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) NG12.
- Be able to explain what asbestos is and its uses
- Know how to avoid risks from ACMs
- Understand what processes release fibres and how the law has been applied to the risk from ACMs
- Explain why ACMs are harmful and what diseases they can cause
- Understand what to do if you have unintentionally come into contact with ACMs
Health and Safety Courses
Health, Safety and Fire
Aim: To provide healthcare support workers and adult social care workers with information on health, safety and fire to help them stay safe while delivering care.
Personal Protection Equipment
Aim: To provide delegates with the knowledge and expertise to enable the correct selection and use of PPE in the work place.
Working at Height
Learn to recognise the principles of safe working at height and the importance of risk assessment prior to any working at height activity.
This course provides delegates with background knowledge on the hazards related to asbestos and how the law has addressed those risks. After completing this 3-hour training learners will receive a certificate valid for 3 years.
Health and Safety for Child Carers
Aim: To identify the health and safety issues relating to those working in the child care environment.
Health, Safety and Fire Awareness
Aim: To help healthcare support workers and adult social care workers with an awareness and understanding of key health and safety issues.
Accident and Incident Investigation
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.
Health and Safety
Aim: To introduce candidates to the principles of health and safety in the workplace, common workplace hazards and controls and the principles of risk assessment.
Safety Aware for Hotel Staff
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.
COSHH and Manual Handling
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.
Handling Hazardous Substances (COSHH) Awareness
Aim: To provide an understanding of substances hazardous to health and how they should be used to ensure safety.
Aim: To learn how to carry out manual handling tasks safely in the workplace.
Conflict Resolution and Personal Safety
This half hour course aims to provide delegates with the knowledge to deal with conflict in the workplace and manage their own personal safety.
COVID-19 Infection Prevention, Identification and Control
This course covers the Coronavirus (COVID-19): Infection prevention, identification and control, in order to minimise, prevent and control the spread of infection.
Aim: To enable delegates to identify risks by carrying out DSE workstation assessments and ensure that the remedial actions are initiated in line with relevant legislation.
Managing and Supervising Risk
Aim: To provide managers and supervisors with knowledge of their responsibilities and an understanding of how to comply with the law, in order to manage safely.