At first glance the office environment may appear to be the safest environment in which to work. However office safety statistics have highlighted that many unnecessary and avoidable accidents occur in offices and call centres everyday, perhaps due to people’s lack of awareness of basic safety principles.
Our office safety e-learning module, provides an in depth guide to the hazards and risks posed by today’s office environment. Particular focus is given to slips and trips, fire, DSE and manual handling, which contribute the most to compromise safety in the office.
All too often the office is overlooked when it comes to health and safety, however every year there are a large amount of reported injuries sustained because safety was overlooked. This e-learning course will help employers to meet their health and safety obligations and provide a safer working environment for office staff.
By the end of the course you will have learned about:
The different types of risks and hazards that can occur in the office
How employers & employees can work together to help reduce the risk of accidents or injury
The basics of using VDU’s safely and Manual Handling
Office Safety course content
Introduction to office safety essentials
The office environment
Checklist for computers
Using office equipment
People in the office
Multiple choice questions
Who should complete this course?
The course is designed for employees with little or no knowledge of office safety so is ideal for induction and refresher training.
Prior Learning? – None required
Pre Course learning? – None required
Certification – All candidates who successfully complete the module will be issued with a certificate of learning
Duration – Approximately 30 minutes
The HSE provides further reading on the subject of office safety on their website.
Prices exclude VAT – price reduction includes multiple users across multiple courses.
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