Office Safety training that covers all topics required by legislation relating to an office environment.
Approx. | 30 minutes
Office Safety Training | While accidents involving office personnel occur less frequently than to industrial workers, office work can still present significant risks to physical and mental health. Employers have moral, legal and financial duties to provide staff with an awareness of these risks.
In a, clear and engaging way, this 30 minute online office safety course helps employees understand the responsibility they have for both the safety of themselves and their colleagues.
Help business create safer, happier and healthier working environment. Furthermore, support the compliance of business to the range of Health & Safety regulations that relate of an office environment.
Office Safety Course Content
UNIT 1. | Introduction to health and safety
We begin with explaining why businesses must manage health and safety at work. Then detail employer and employee responsibilities. Following this we outline common arrangements for managing safety.
UNIT 2. | Working Safely
This unit begins by explaining risks assessments. After this we outline how staff can work safety amongst common office hazards. Specifically, Risk assessments Fire safety, First aid, Accident & incident reporting, Slips, trips and falls, Electrical safety, Work-related stress, Display screen equipment, Manual handling. Other office hazards
All office workers. This course is a perfect complement to induction training and as periodic refresher training.
Upon successful completion learners will be emailed their certificate. This requires achieving 80% or more in the final 15 question multiple-choice assessment. The assessment can be retaken as often as required.
Certificate includes the date, a verification code and earns the learner 5 CPD credits recognisable by many profession bodies.
Why choose this online Office Safety training for your staff?
Protecting the health and wellbeing of workers is the most important reason. Furthermore, there are other strong moral, financial and legal reasons too.
Modern society doesn’t accept that people should suffer injury or ill-health because of their work yet workplace injuries and ill-health still cost the UK economy around £15 billion a year. So consider the costs involved if someone at your work has an accident….
Further, management of health and safety at work has the force of law. Both employers and individuals can be prosecuted under criminal law. And also sued for compensation under civil law, if something goes wrong.
The main responsibility on employers is to ensure the health, safety and welfare of their staff. Also, employers have a duty to protect people they don’t employ but who are affected by their activities. For example, contractors, visitors, temporary staff and the public.
In practice, there are a number of ways to fulfil legal requirements. Generally speaking, employers must make staff aware of the risks and how they are controlled.
So, this Office Safety course provides staff with this awareness. And also, where appropriate, encourages them to seek specific information relevant to their particular place of work.
- 30 minute online course
- CPD-accredited: 4 CPD credits
- Final assessment evidencing learning
- Instant self-print certificate
- Unlimited course access for 12 months
- Bulk licence purchase discount
- Zero carbon product