DTC Professional Training are currently providing Health and Safety Training Courses for businesses in Doncaster.
We have over four decades of experience managing people within both commercial and industrial industries, through this knowledge and experience we are able to provide a health and safety course packed full of information which is, most importantly, relevant towards you, your employees and your place of work. Many courses cover the basics, where we excel is being able to combine what we have learnt over the years with the current legislations and apply it towards your specific day to day environment; with the main aim of significantly reducing the likely hood of a serious injury within your working environment. As a member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), you can be assured that our courses are accredited and deliver workplace relevant content, take a look at some of our recent testimonials to see what our customers are saying.
Health and Safety for Businesses in Doncaster
Regulations require that business’ who employ five or more employees need to provide a written Health and Safety Policy, which in its statement of intent section should describe their commitment towards Health and Safety. Our Health and Safety Training Doncaster provides the necessary information, for both employers and employees, to make safe decisions within the workplace; providing the most up to date information on current legislations and best practices, increasing safety within your place of work.
Businesses tend to focus on the legal and financial responsibilities of Health and Safety, one area that seems to have less emphasis placed upon is the moral responsibility to keep each other safe whilst at work. The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, along with the Management of Health and Safety at Work 1999, assigns roles and responsibilities to both employers and employees; making it clear that the responsibility lies upon all staff within the workplace. Our Health and Safety Course Doncaster covers various aspects of safety in the workplace, including risk assessment, working at height, stress and many more.
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- Legal Requirements
- Accidents And Injuries
- Risk Assessments And Training
- Fire And Fire Extinguishers
- Slips, Trips And Falls
- Work Equipment
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Vehicles And Pedestrians
- Manual Handling
- Personal Hygiene
- Safety Signs
- Working At Height
- First Aid
- Display Screen Equipment
- Definition Of Health And Safety Terminology