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Every year, thousands of workers are made ill by hazardous substances, contracting lung disease such as asthma, cancer and skin disease such as dermatitis.
On average there are approximately 200 - 250 reported cases of Legionnaires' disease each year in the UK, although many believe this total is underestimated. To help to reduce these figures this course has been designed to raise awareness.
This course has been developed in line with the National Syllabus for conflict resolution and deals with communication skills, personal safety and 'what if' situations.
Many millions of people now spend their working days sitting in front of display screens whilst operating computers.
All employers have a legal responsibility to promote equal opportunity in the workplace and ensure their employment policy and employee behaviour does not contravene UK law.
Employers are legally required by Fire Safety Regulations (The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005) to provide information, instruction and training to employees about fire precautions in the workplace.
Fire training is no longer optional. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 which came into force in October 2006 requires staff to receive appropriate fire training.
This course is relevant to anyone who may find themselves first on the scene of an incident involving a casualty, whether in a work or personal capacity.
In an ideal world, a safe and healthy workplace means a working environment where everyone enjoys a sense of wellbeing, whilst being safet from accident and injury.
Delegation is one of the most important management skills, yet few managers are really good at it, or take advantage of the benefits that effective delegation can bring.