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HS Induction E-Learning Module

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.

The course has a multiple-choice test at the end and successful delegates will get a downloadable certificate to show they have completed and understood the contents of this course.

  • Course Aims And Objectives
  • Definitions
  • Why Health And Safety?
  • Brief Introduction To The Health And Safety At Work etc. Act 1974 (HSWA)
  • General Duties Of The Employer
  • General Duties Of Employees
  • What Is A Health And Safety Policy?
  • Risk Assessment
  • Workplace Health And Safety
  • Safety Signs And Signals
  • Electricity
  • COSHH (The Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health)
  • Office Safety
  • Slips And Trips
  • Display Screen Equipment Essentials (DSE)
  • Hazards Of Display Screen Work
  • Workstation Checklist
  • Manual Handling
  • Controlling Manual Handling Risks
  • Fire Safety
  • Fire Evacuation
  • Basic Food Hygiene
  • Hand Hygiene
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • When Should PPE Be Used?

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