The office environment poses specific risks to workers, with a particular risk being long-term health issues that are often difficult to identify and manage such as repetitive strain injury (RSI).
Who Should Attend?
Our Office Safety course is intended for managers and supervisors in office environments who need to know and understand their responsibilities for the health and safety of their employees and others who may be affected by the work activities.
- Health and safety legislation
- Accident prevention and accident investigation
- Risk assessment
- Common office hazards and controls including: manual handling, display screen equipment (DSE), fire safety, chemicals, work equipment safety, welfare facilities, slips and trips etc.
Each delegate on the Office Safety course will be issued with a workbook to assist them both during and after the course. This workbook will contain information, guidance and forms to assist supervisors and managers.
The Office Safety course is designed to be interactive, allowing delegates the opportunity to develop their skills with the support of the course tutor.
Our health and safety trainers are qualified and experienced health and safety professionals with an appropriate background in this topic and in delivering engaging health and safety training.
All consultants hold professional membership of the chartered Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).
The Office Safety course is delivered over one day.
Delegates will be awarded a certificate of attendance upon successful completion of the course.
This course is primarily delivered in-house at your premises. The course content can be tailored to your specific requirements, taking into account the specific dangers and working practices of your particular company and industry. It can also be combined with one or more other courses to create a truly bespoke training programme for your employees.
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