Health and Safety Courses
Nationwide Training and Open Courses
Health and Safety courses can be organised at a location of your choice e.g. your training room, board room or site office. Alternatively, Sherwood Knowledge can arrange a venue for the training.
Open training courses may be more suitable for your company especially if you only have a few employees or it is impractical to release them for training at the same time.
Health and Safety Courses include
Abrasive Wheel Training
Abrasive Wheel training advises on precautions you can take to prevent accidents resulting from either wheel breakage or contact with a running wheel.
Control of Substances Hazardous to Heath (COSHH) Training is designed for people who may use potentially harmful substances at work.
Face Fit Testing Training
Qualitative Face Fit Testing is required for all Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) that rely on a seal to the face for the protection of the wearer.
Food Safety Level 2
There are more than 500,000 cases of food poisoning yearly in the UK. Food Safety Level 2 courses are designed for anyone who works with food.
Hand Arm Vibration (HAVS) training course will look at how using vibratory tools can cause life changing health effects and how candidates can avoid such effects.
Health and Safety Level 2
Health and Safety Level 2 is a one day, 18 module intensive training course aimed at people who need a deeper knowledge of Health and Safety.
Health and Safety for Employers
This course has been designed to give you the essential information on how to best manage the Health and Safety regulations to protect your company.
IOSH Managing Safely
This course is unlike any other health and safety course because it delivers practical step-by-step guidance with a sharp business focus that’s hands-on and jargon-free.
Manual Handling Training
The aim of this course is to give an understanding of the risks and the long-term effects on the body and how to avoid suffering a musculoskeletal injury.
Risk Assessment Training
It is a legal requirement for every employer and self-employed person to make an assessment of the health and safety risks arising out of their work.
Working and Behaving Safely (WaBS) Training is a very fun and interactive day with exercises that help move the safety culture forward in a professional manner.
Working at Heights
Companies should provide training to any employee or contractor who may be required to carry out working at heights.
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