Here at Summit Safety Solutions we can develop, build and deliver bespoke training for you. Using your current policies and procedures we can help to train your members of staff to ensure you are legally compliant. This training can consist of:
As stated by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, all employers and business owners are legally required to provide employees with sufficient information and training on fire safety. Our fire safety e-learning course is intended to help employers fulfil this legal obligation and provide employees with a basic understanding of the protective and preventative measures involved in occupational fire safety.
Under Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations, employers are required to ensure that users of computers and other items of display screen equipment (DSE) are provided with adequate training on how to use these devices and their workstations safely. It is up to the employer how this training is provided.
Manual Handling Operations regulations in the UK require employers to ensure that their personnel are given adequate information and training on manual handling at work. Employers can decide how this training is provided
Fire Marshal Training
Display Screen Assessors Course
Manual Handling Training
If you have 5 or more employees then your company has to document your risk assessment's and communicate them to employee. This is a legal requirement so the course will provide you with the knowledge to be able to produce a suitable and sufficient assessment.
If there has been an accident in your workplace then you have a legal requirement to ensure you investigate it and reduce the likelihood of it happening again. This course will provide you with the knowledge to be able to investigate accidents and identify root causes to prevent the same accident happening again.
As stated by the Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations 2012, employers are responsible to ensure that all members of staff have access to sufficient instruction, information and training before taking part in any work which may expose them to asbestos. There are thousands of asbestos related deaths every year in the UK, so it’s crucial that employers take the necessary precautions to protect their employees from the dangers of asbestos.