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This Health & Safety Office Standards Course learning outcomes include; Essentials for office safety, fire and emergency, work life balance, stress, accidents, computer workstation safety (DSE) as well as home working, manual handling and bullying.
Key-points of TBCCI Training
This online course includes all of the 24 lessons above. It is designed to develop the trainees Health & Safety Office Standards skills for health and safety compliance in the workplace, providing valuable real-world learning outcomes at a high speed. It's used by individuals, groups and businesses to train their workforce across industries including Education & Schools, Manufacturing & Engineering, Offices & Business Services, Retail, Digital Services & Design, Government & Institution, Charities & NGO, Oil, Gas & Mining, Travel & Leisure, Care Homes & Domiciliary Care, Hospital Recruitment, Logistics & Maritime, among others.
Provided by TBCCI Training based in UK, it's accessible at anytime online from an internet connected device at work or home, such as a computer, tablet or smart phone. Teams have access to a highly rated LMS and all successfully completing trainees achieve a Certificate of Completion.—
This office safety online course provides a thorough grounding for those at work in an office environment, focusing on the basic principles of; workstation safety (DSE), manual handling, fire safety, and the very real issues of; accidents, driving at work, home-working, working at height, drugs, alcohol & substance misuse etc.
Tailored training for a standard office environment with the appropriate level of safety detail, assuming there will be trained Fire Marshals present in the office, just touching on fire extinguisher use. See our Fire Marshall Theory course for more detailed Fire Marshall training.
This course provides employees & colleagues with an awareness of the hazards they may face day-to-day within their office based tasks and activities.
Some employers or senior management may be tempted to exclude coverage of the issues such as Work at Height and Manual Handling as they can be perceived to be 'not office related'...
However, the key is to appropriately cover these issues for the office environment. e.g. a person standing on a work chair is considered 'working at height' and a person unloading a delivery of office stationery can be Manual Handling.
It is important that employers provide the appropriate information, instruction and training to a level that is suitable and sufficient for the level of risk.
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Advanced management, 5 Steps to Risk Assessment (INDG163), HSG65 and case law to define principles including absolute, practicable, reasonably practicable and reasonable. Risk management including; COSHH, fire risk, hazards, control of contractors, accident management, legionella and gas service maintenance amongst other modules.