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Life Line Training & Operations

QCF Level 2 Health and Safety


Did you know that 28.2 million days were lost due to work-related ill health or injury in 2013/14?


It is an employer’s duty to protect the health, safety and welfare of their employees and other people who might be affected by their business. This includes providing sufficient information, instruction and training to employees to allow them to work in a way that does not put themselves or others at risk.


The QA Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace (QCF) is ideal for all employees, as it helps candidates develop a greater understanding of health and safety issues and the role that everyone plays in maintaining a safe working environment. What’s more, not only is this a regulated and nationally recognised qualification, it is also fully supported by Proskills, making it the ideal health and safety course for organisations throughout the UK.


CLOSED COURSE PRICE: £547.00 for Max 12 Candidates at your Venue.

OR £397 for Max 6 Candidates.

"Massive discount for companies who book other courses with us" !!!

OR

OPEN COURSE PRICE: £67 per Candidate at our venue.

BOOK NOW ON:- [email protected]


Duration: 1 Day


“The level of service at Life Line Training & Operations is fantastic.

Having been a customer for many years, I am consistently impressed by the professionalism of every staff member I have come in contact with.

Thank you!”

- Peter Hall, Managing Director,

Celtic Training Ltd

CONTENT

Roles and responsibilities of employers and employees Health and safety laws, including:

• Penalties for non-compliance

• Training and competence in the workplace

• Communicating health and safety information Risk assessments and risk control hierarchy Identifying and controlling risks from common workplace hazards:

• Slips, trips and falls

• Manual handling

• Fire safety

• Working from height

• Electricity

• Hazardous substances

• Workplace conditions

• Ergonomics

• Equipment

• Noise and vibration

• Transport and vehicles

• Violence

• Smoking, alcohol and drugs

• Stress Procedures for responding to accidents and incidents Recording incidents, accidents and ill health

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