Rated 5 Stars
Superb delivery and theory and practical were well balanced. Would recommend to other organisations.
KE, NHS

About Our Courses

Our training courses are written by experts and delivered by professionals. If you would like face to face training we can come to you. If you prefer, we can deliver most of our courses over Teams or similar. You choose what’s best for you.

Because we’re constantly reviewing our training, you can be assured you’ll be up to date with the latest changes in rules and regulations.

Face to Face and Remote Courses

Our training courses are written by experts and delivered by professionals. If you want face to face training we can come to you. If you prefer, we can deliver our courses remotely over Teams or Zoom. You choose what’s best for you.

And if you want to take care of everything with the click of a button, we offer online training as a subscription service.

Because we’re constantly reviewing our training, you can be assured you’ll be up to date with the latest changes in rules and regulations.

Competent and effective training will:

  • Make your workplace safer.
  • Fulfil your legal obligations to protect the health and safety of your staff and that of others.
  • Improve staff morale leading to a more productive workforce.
  • Avoid legal, financial and human costs associated with accidents and work-related ill-health

Who is Responsible for Health and Safety Training?

Appointed Persons

FAQ

Accidents, injuries and health problems associated with work not only leads to pain and suffering, but it also has huge financial costs. Therefore best practice is to make health and safety a priority. That way you can better protect your staff and your business.

To do this, you need to have your health and safety policies in place and one key consideration must be staff training. By ensuring staff have the right sort of training, you can greatly reduce the risk of work-related accidents and ill-health occurring.

  • By ensuring staff know safe working practices, they can carry out their work safely and without causing danger to themselves or others. Consequently, you minimise the risk of work-related ill health or accident.
  • Investing in your staff welfare brings positive changes to the working environment. It improves morale and with that comes increased productivity.
  • Reduce costs in time and money associated with accidents including staff absence and compensation claims.
  • It brings health and safety to the forefront, therefore, keeping it current and relevant.
  • Health and safety training enables employers to comply with your legal duties surrounding health and safety in the workplace.
  • The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 requires you to provide whatever information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety at work of your employees.
  • The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 expand on this by identifying when there is a particular need for training for instance when a new staff member starts work. Often employers find the best way to deliver training is to outsource it to competent H&S experts.

Testimonials

“Trainer was extremely knowledgable in every aspect of DSE training – easily explaining why it is important to consider DSE assessment as an essential daily task.”

JM, Royal Courts of Justice

“Great material and teaching, even done over Zoom. Material is split up well and covers a lot of areas. Trainer clearly knew what she was doing and what she was talking about.”

CB, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP 

“Superb delivery and theory and practical were well balanced. Would recommend to other organisations.”

KE, NHS