Health and Safety E-Learning Modules

Our new e-learning module will enable you to train your staff in the comfort of the office, or in their own homes. Whilst the cost of paying for training may not seem excessive the cost of taking staff out of their roles for the day can massively increase the overall cost of a training day. E-Learning can help you to save these costs.

How does it work?

We will call or email to ask you for the details of the people taking the course. They will receive an email with instructions allowing them to go online and complete the course in their own time. Each course has a multiple choice test at the end and certificates are issued online instantly for you to print off. The courses can be taken on a laptop, tablet or telephone and should take approximately 2-4 hours to complete. Candidates will get 3 chances to pass the test. If they fail a third time you will need to call us for re-issue of the course.

Click the Info buttons below for a preview of the course and an outline of the content. If you are purchasing more than 10 courses please call us, we may be able to offer a discount.

Module Name Description Price
(per user)
Asbestos Awareness e-Learning Module
Asbestos Awareness e-Learning Module

£25 (per user)

This awareness course has been designed to provide you with information about the history, examples asbestos containing materials and the health hazards related to asbestos.

£25

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First Aid e-Learning Module
First Aid e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course will not qualify you as a first aider and is meant as a introduction to what the role of a first aider is and the responsibilities involved are.

£15

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Manual Handling e-Learning Module
Manual Handling e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course will explain the safe way to perform manual handling and identify where the use of equipment may be more suited.

£15

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Articulated Electric Forklift Truck Operations e-Learning Module
Articulated Electric Forklift Truck Operations e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course is designed to give you an awareness of the dangers involved in operating a forklift truck and the regulations in place to keep you and those around you safe.

£15

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COSHH e-Learning Module
COSHH e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course is designed to help you understand COSHH and your responsibilities either as an employer or a user of the substance.

£15

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Data Protection e-Learning Module
Data Protection e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course covers what the data protection act is, what it applies to and how a company should handle the data they gather.

£15

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Driver Safety e-Learning Module
Driver Safety e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course describes the hazards related to driving. It covers the law, the driver’s responsibilities and other hazards that arise from driving.

£15

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DSE e-Learning Module
DSE e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course will explore the hazards related to DSE and what the responsibilities of the employer are.

£15

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Electrical Safety e-Learning Module
Electrical Safety e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course will explain these hazards, the injuries that can be sustained from contact with electricity and the law behind electrical safety.

£15

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Environmental Awareness e-Learning Module
Environmental Awareness e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

Environmental issues affect all types of businesses and this course has been designed to highlight these and explain what can be done to make sure the hazards related to this are controlled effectively. It covers the different types of pollution, waste handling and covers energy efficiency.

£15

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Fire Warden e-Learning Module
Fire Warden e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This awareness course will explain this role further, explain how fires are often caused and explain the different fire fighting equipment you may have in your workplace and how/when to use them.

£15

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Fire-Safety e-Learning Module
Fire-Safety e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course explains how fires start, what to do if a fire occurs and explains the different fire fighting equipment that may be in your workplace.

£15

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Food Hygiene e-Learning Module
Food Hygiene e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course will give you an awareness of the laws behind food safety, procedures for safe handling and storage and it will explain the hazards related to food hygiene.

£15

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H&S Induction e-Learning Module
H&S Induction e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

Whether you are a new employee or an existing one, a Health & Safety induction is a very important part of employment. It outlines the employer’s and employee’s responsibilities for safety at a very early stage. This course is designed to go over what to include in such an induction.

£15

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Home Worker e-Learning Module
Home Worker e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course will help that home worker to identify the risks and hazards and put controls in place to help keep them safe.

£15

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Lone Working e-Learning Module
Lone Working e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course helps you identify the risks and suggests effective control measures and equipment that can be used to ensure their safety.

£15

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Office Safety Essentials e-Learning Module
Office Safety Essentials e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course addresses the basic hazards which are common in any office. This can range from trips hazards, lighting to fire safety.

£15

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) e-Learning Module
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course is designed to help you understand the role they serve and the different types of PPE, as well as which types of jobs they apply to.

£15

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Risk Assessment e-Learning Module
Risk Assessment e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course will help you be more aware of the risks involved in the task performed by you, your employees or colleagues and how they can affect other contractors and members of the public.

£15

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Slips, Trips and Falls e-Learning Module
Slips, Trips and Falls e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course helps you identify possible hazards that will cause this type of accident and help you think about controls that you can put into place to reduce the possibility of, or the severity arising from such, an accident.

£15

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Stress In The Workplace e-Learning Module
Stress In The Workplace e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

Work-related stress is a reaction to pressure, excessive workloads or harassment this course is designed to help you understand what can cause stress, what the employer’s legal obligations to mitigate stress are and how to reduce the risk of someone developing stress.

£15

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Working at height e-Learning Module
Working at height e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course will give you an awareness of the risks involved, how to reduce or even remove the risk of falls and the different types of equipment which can make it safe to work at height.

£15

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Working With Disability In The Workplace e-Learning Module
Working With Disability In The Workplace e-Learning Module

£15 (per user)

This course includes access to goods, services and facilities the same way a person without disabilities can.

£15

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I don't have Microsoft Office or Microsoft Word, what should I do?

If you don't have Microsoft Office, or Microsoft Word installed on your PC or Mac, don't worry - you can still use our products. You can get a free alternative from Open Office.

Open Office Org is open-source developed alternative to Microsoft Office, developed by a large software company called Oracle. Open Source means the company who build the software, allow 100% use of it, 100% free.

Since Open Office is specifically developed to be exactly the same as Microsoft Office, with all the same programs in the suite (Eg: Word, Excel, Access and Power Point) - it will freely open any Microsoft Office file-format. Meaning, just because a document was written in Microsoft Word, doesn't mean it can't be opened in another program. Open Office will do that, and vise versa.

To download and install Open Office;

  1. Go to www.openoffice.org.
  2. On the left hand side, click 'I want to download Open Office'. In the green box, click the main link which starts with 'Start downloading OpenOffice.org...'
    • Windows Only:When the program has downloaded, click Install and wait for the program to install.
    • MAC OSX Only:When the program has downloaded, a notification box will pop up with an arrow from the Open Office Icon to the Applications Folder in Finder, drag the icon to the Applications folder to install the program.
  3. You are now ready to use Open Office, and the documents you have purchased from us.