The aim of this course
is to introduce you to main workplaces hazards. The majority of these
hazards are common to all workplaces and sectors, whilst others are more
relevant to particular industries. You will:
- Know about the principle of hazards found in workplaces
- Understand why that hazard is a workplace hazard
- Be familiar with the types of harm that these hazards can cause
- Be able to describe some controls that can help reduce or eliminate these hazards.
The hazards covered are:
2. Asbestos, Silica and lead
8. Transport of dangerous goods
9. Workplace transport
10. Occupational stress
11. Remote, isolated and lone working
12. Shift work and fatigue
13. Substance misuse
15. Machinery, plant and equipment
16. Lifting equipment and operations
17. Pressure systems and vessels
21. Slips, trips and falls
22. Working at height and falling objects
23. Working in confined spaces
24. Excavations and subsidence
25. Thermal environment
26. Natural environment
27. Animal handling
There are also two modules introducing the basic principles associated with Welfare and first aid and Personal protective equipment (PPE)
E-Learning - training that’s even more flexible
If you require an overview occupational hazards and are confident enough not to need tutor-led training, this online, self-paced course offers you complete flexibility. You can study in your own time when it suits you, and you can access the course from any internet-enabled device 24/7.
Who should attend?
- Anyone involved in the ISO 45001 implementation
- ISO 45001 internal and lead auditors
- Anyone involved in health and safety
- Health and Safety Representatives and Trade Union representatives
- All Employees
What will I learn?
After completing this module, you will be able to:
- Describe what emergency planning involves in the context of an OH&SMS
- List the events that typically occur during an emergency
- Ask key questions that check if an effective emergency plan is in place
How will you I benefit?
This course will help you:
- Understand how to identify risks and assess them using tools and methodologies
- Utilize a selection of tools and methodologies used in risk assessment
- Correctly identify the key actions that should be taken after a risk assessment exercise has been completed.
There are no formal prerequisites.
What will I gain?
On completion, you’ll be awarded an internationally recognized BSI Training Academy certificate.
- Asbestos, Silica, and Lead
- Explosions and Explosive Atmospheres
- Biological Hazards
- Transport of Dangerous Goods
- Workplace Transport
- Remote, Isolated, and Lone Working
- Shift Work and Fatigue
- Substance Misuse
- Machinery, Plant, and Equipment
- Lifting Equipment and Operations
- Pressure Systems and Vessels
- Musculoskeletal Disorders
- Slips, Trips, and Falls
- Working at Height / Falling Objects
- Working in Confined Spaces
- Excavations and Subsidence