Managing Pregnancy at Work
£12.00 = 1yr access & certificate
This managing pregnancy at work course provides the knowledge needed to protect the health of mother and baby at work.
Duration | 30 minutes
When managing a pregnant employee there are important responsibilities incumbent on employers due to hazards that may affect the health of a woman, or the developing child she carries.
MANAGING PREGNANCY AT WORK COURSE OBJECTIVE | Ensure you as a manager are competent to comply with the legislation that protects the health of both new and expectant mothers.
What you will learn
| Know how to undertake a Pregnancy Risk Assessment
| Be able to identify related hazards
| Know how to deal with various related scenarios
| Know and understand the applicable regulations
Managing Pregnancy at Work Course Content
Section 1 | Risk Assessments
- Management of Health and Safety at Work (MHSW) Regulations
- Sex Discrimination Act
Section 2 | Safe Practice at work
- Manual Handling
- Computer Safety
- Slips, Trips and Falls
- Fire Safety
Section 3 | Good Risk Assessment Practice
- Risk Assessment Example
- Generic Risk Assessment
- Reviewing Risks
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Why take the Managing Pregnancy at Work course?
There is a range of workplace hazards that could affect the health and safety of a new or expectant mother or her child. Appropriate action should be taken to identify, and remove or reduce the risks associated with these hazards.
HR personnel, Managers & Supervisors with pregnant staff. Expectant mothers.
On successful completion of the Managing Pregnancy in the Workplace training candidates receive an echo3education completion certificate, available as a PDF for immediate download. This requires achievement of the required pass mark during the final assessment.
Benefits of echo3education Managing Pregnancy at Work course
| RoSPA approved
| Accelerated Learning – 30 minutes
| Kept up to date with UK legislation
| Instant digital certificate on successful completion
| Includes flexible Assignment & Reporting
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