Summary

On this course, learners will gain a wide range of knowledge of health and safety law, the hazards present in a workplace and how to implement effective and necessary controls. It will equip learners with the skills necessary for the effective supervision  of staff. It also focuses on the importance of the health and safety culture of a business, which is invaluable preparation for those looking to gain a Level 3 qualification.

Learners are expected to take approximately 30 hours to complete this course.

Who should take this course?

This e-learning course is intended principally for those who work in a supervisory or managerial role and is also ideal for anyone looking to achieve a Level 3 Health and Safety qualification.

Course Content

The 11 easy-to-manage training modules included in this course cover the key syllabus of Level 3 Health and Safety qualifications. Each module has a total of 5 multiple-choice questions at the end to test learner knowledge. These modules include:

  • Introduction to health and safety
  • Accidents, injuries and work-related health
  • Legal aspects of health and safety
  • Risk assessment
  • Hazardous substances (COSHH)
  • The workplace
  • Using equipment safely
  • Fire safety
  • Ergonomics, manual handling and display screen equipment
  • Measuring and monitoring performance
  • The role of line managers and supervisors

Prices

Prices from £115 to £195 per trainee (including VAT). The price of training reduces with the number of trainees you book with us. The more you book, the more you save! With bulk discounts for larger numbers, courses can cost as little as £115 per trainee (including VAT).

Online Courses with IBA UK and Highfield

Online courses can be a convenient method of acquiring higher level health and safety training. But you need a tried-and-trusted system, delivered by professionals in their field.

That's why IBA UK have teamed up with Highfield, the UK's leading supplier of compliance e-learning courses, and specialists in online corporate training solutions. In compiling this course, Highfield drew upon the knowledge and expertise of industry experts in Health and Safety.