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Asbestos Awareness(AA01) 15.00 18/12/2019 06/06/2020
CDM Awareness(CDM01) Introduction to CDM The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 make duty holders, like designers and contractors, accountable for the consideration and management of health and safety on a construction site right from the very start to the end. The CDM Regulations were brought in to strengthen communication and co-operation between construction workers and key duty holders. The aim of the Regulations is to minimise the risk of serious injuries and workplace fatalities on construction sites. These rules apply to all construction sites across Great Britain, in territorial seas, and with renewable energy structures in the renewable energy zone. 15.00 18/12/2019 27/05/2020
Corporate Manslaughter(CM1) The corporate manslaughter course is designed to give learners a comprehensive understanding of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007. The course covers the meaning of corporate manslaughter as defined under the act, the need for compliance through health and safety and the responsibilities of anyone in a senior management position. The course also covers the legal requirement for risk assessments and gives instruction on how to carry one out effectively. 15.00 18/12/2019 27/05/2020
Environmental Awareness(EA01) 15.00 18/12/2019 27/05/2020
Risk Assessment(RA01) All workplaces have a duty to carry out risk assessments to ensure that risks to employees and the general public are kept to the lowest possible level. The course is designed to explain the need for risk assessments; the legislation behind them and how to best carry one put in your workplace. 15.00 18/12/2019 27/05/2020
Needles and Sharps Awareness(NSA01) In the UK, there are approximately 100,000 needlestick injuries reported every year. Suffering from an accidental sharps injury could have significant consequences, including leaving you susceptible to contracting various blood-borne viruses, many of which are incurable. Therefore, it's important that you understand how to handle and dispose of needles and sharps in accordance with best practice guidelines and in a manner that allows you to conform to your legal duties. This course will ensure that all staff working with or around sharps are aware of the risks associated with sharps injuries, how to use and dispose of sharps safely, practices that must be avoided and what to do in the event of a sharps-related accident. Course Aims By the end of this course, learners will: - Understand the risks posed by unsafe practices when using sharps. - Know who is at risk of sharps exposure. - Be aware of when workers might encounter sharps. - Know how to safely handle and dispose of sharps using best practices. - Understand the legal duties relating to the safe use of sharps. - Know what actions to take in the event of a sharps-related accident. 15.00 19/12/2019 27/05/2020
Working at Height(WH01) The purpose of this course is to introduce/refresh operatives on the requirements for working at height as per the Working at Height Regulations 2005. Learner should recognise safe methods and equipment that can be applied when working at height. Learners should also understand the need to carry out risk assessments and how to best select control measures for the work they need to carry out. 15.00 19/12/2019 27/05/2020
Lead Awareness Training(LA01) Lead is a naturally occurring metal element that's found in small amounts in the Earth's crust. Due to human activity, such as mining, burning fossil fuels, and manufacturing, lead has become much more widespread and can now be found in the air, soil, and water. Lead and lead compounds can even be present in our homes. Although it's a naturally occurring element, exposure to lead can be very damaging to your health. Long-term effects of lead exposure include anaemia, kidney disease, and even infertility. Therefore, if you work with lead, it's vital that you are aware of the possible implications. This course will explain safe procedures when working with lead, the effects of lead exposure, and employer responsibilities regarding lead. 15.00 24/12/2019 27/05/2020
COMAH Training(CT01) 15.00 24/12/2019 27/05/2020
Hand-Arm Vibrations (HAVS) Training(HA01) Hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) is a debilitating health problem that can cause long-term damage if it's not effectively managed. This course covers HAVS in the workplace and considers the day-to-day use of tools such as chainsaws, grinding equipment and high torque wrenches. Throughout the course, you'll understand more about the health hazards created by vibrating work equipment and how you can manage the risks to keep workers safe from harm. 15.00 24/12/2019 27/05/2020
The purpose of this course is to introduce /refresh operatives on the requirments of COSHH regulatio(CO01) 15.00 01/01/2020 04/06/2020
Fire Safety(FS01) 15.00 01/01/2020 27/05/2020
ABLE UK Environmental Awareness An environmental awareness course designed specifically for the employees of ABLE UK. 0.00 10/02/2020 11/05/2020
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Awareness This course has been designed to inform operatives working in busy workplaces such as construction sites on how to work safely with the risk of Covid-19 during and after the 2020 pandemic. It can contribute to an overall management plan for establishing a safe system of work and ensuring that works can progress on site as far as is reasonably practicable. The information contained in the course is based on the Guidance laid out by the British Government, Build-UK and the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health. The course consists of a definitive understanding of Covid-19 and the legislation that surrounds the protection of people in the workplace. The history of virus epidemics and the 7 principles of prevention are also laid out in an easy to understand format. 10.00 14/05/2020 23/06/2020
Abrasive wheels(AW01) This course is designed to introduce or refresh operatives on how to work with abrasive wheels in a safe manner so that they properly understand the hazards and control measures associated with the use of abrasive wheels. 15.00 19/05/2020 01/07/2020
Temporary Works Supervisor(TWS01) Temporary works may be used to provide support to ensure that the temporary condition does not lead to a structural failure incident. This type of structural support may be inside or outside the structure or anywhere on a construction/demolition site. This course is designed to give the learner the necessary knowledge required to check temporary works on site, record and report the findings to the Site Manager and the Temporary Works Coordinator. 15.00 22/05/2020 01/07/2020
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Asbestos Awareness(AA01) 15.00 18/12/2019 06/06/2020
CDM Awareness(CDM01) Introduction to CDM The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 make duty holders, like designers and contractors, accountable for the consideration and management of health and safety on a construction site right from the very start to the end. The CDM Regulations were brought in to strengthen communication and co-operation between construction workers and key duty holders. The aim of the Regulations is to minimise the risk of serious injuries and workplace fatalities on construction sites. These rules apply to all construction sites across Great Britain, in territorial seas, and with renewable energy structures in the renewable energy zone. 15.00 18/12/2019 27/05/2020
Corporate Manslaughter(CM1) The corporate manslaughter course is designed to give learners a comprehensive understanding of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007. The course covers the meaning of corporate manslaughter as defined under the act, the need for compliance through health and safety and the responsibilities of anyone in a senior management position. The course also covers the legal requirement for risk assessments and gives instruction on how to carry one out effectively. 15.00 18/12/2019 27/05/2020
Environmental Awareness(EA01) 15.00 18/12/2019 27/05/2020
Risk Assessment(RA01) All workplaces have a duty to carry out risk assessments to ensure that risks to employees and the general public are kept to the lowest possible level. The course is designed to explain the need for risk assessments; the legislation behind them and how to best carry one put in your workplace. 15.00 18/12/2019 27/05/2020
Needles and Sharps Awareness(NSA01) In the UK, there are approximately 100,000 needlestick injuries reported every year. Suffering from an accidental sharps injury could have significant consequences, including leaving you susceptible to contracting various blood-borne viruses, many of which are incurable. Therefore, it's important that you understand how to handle and dispose of needles and sharps in accordance with best practice guidelines and in a manner that allows you to conform to your legal duties. This course will ensure that all staff working with or around sharps are aware of the risks associated with sharps injuries, how to use and dispose of sharps safely, practices that must be avoided and what to do in the event of a sharps-related accident. Course Aims By the end of this course, learners will: - Understand the risks posed by unsafe practices when using sharps. - Know who is at risk of sharps exposure. - Be aware of when workers might encounter sharps. - Know how to safely handle and dispose of sharps using best practices. - Understand the legal duties relating to the safe use of sharps. - Know what actions to take in the event of a sharps-related accident. 15.00 19/12/2019 27/05/2020
Working at Height(WH01) The purpose of this course is to introduce/refresh operatives on the requirements for working at height as per the Working at Height Regulations 2005. Learner should recognise safe methods and equipment that can be applied when working at height. Learners should also understand the need to carry out risk assessments and how to best select control measures for the work they need to carry out. 15.00 19/12/2019 27/05/2020
Lead Awareness Training(LA01) Lead is a naturally occurring metal element that's found in small amounts in the Earth's crust. Due to human activity, such as mining, burning fossil fuels, and manufacturing, lead has become much more widespread and can now be found in the air, soil, and water. Lead and lead compounds can even be present in our homes. Although it's a naturally occurring element, exposure to lead can be very damaging to your health. Long-term effects of lead exposure include anaemia, kidney disease, and even infertility. Therefore, if you work with lead, it's vital that you are aware of the possible implications. This course will explain safe procedures when working with lead, the effects of lead exposure, and employer responsibilities regarding lead. 15.00 24/12/2019 27/05/2020
COMAH Training(CT01) 15.00 24/12/2019 27/05/2020
Hand-Arm Vibrations (HAVS) Training(HA01) Hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) is a debilitating health problem that can cause long-term damage if it's not effectively managed. This course covers HAVS in the workplace and considers the day-to-day use of tools such as chainsaws, grinding equipment and high torque wrenches. Throughout the course, you'll understand more about the health hazards created by vibrating work equipment and how you can manage the risks to keep workers safe from harm. 15.00 24/12/2019 27/05/2020
The purpose of this course is to introduce /refresh operatives on the requirments of COSHH regulatio(CO01) 15.00 01/01/2020 04/06/2020
Fire Safety(FS01) 15.00 01/01/2020 27/05/2020
ABLE UK Environmental Awareness An environmental awareness course designed specifically for the employees of ABLE UK. 0.00 10/02/2020 11/05/2020
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Awareness This course has been designed to inform operatives working in busy workplaces such as construction sites on how to work safely with the risk of Covid-19 during and after the 2020 pandemic. It can contribute to an overall management plan for establishing a safe system of work and ensuring that works can progress on site as far as is reasonably practicable. The information contained in the course is based on the Guidance laid out by the British Government, Build-UK and the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health. The course consists of a definitive understanding of Covid-19 and the legislation that surrounds the protection of people in the workplace. The history of virus epidemics and the 7 principles of prevention are also laid out in an easy to understand format. 10.00 14/05/2020 23/06/2020
Abrasive wheels(AW01) This course is designed to introduce or refresh operatives on how to work with abrasive wheels in a safe manner so that they properly understand the hazards and control measures associated with the use of abrasive wheels. 15.00 19/05/2020 01/07/2020
Temporary Works Supervisor(TWS01) Temporary works may be used to provide support to ensure that the temporary condition does not lead to a structural failure incident. This type of structural support may be inside or outside the structure or anywhere on a construction/demolition site. This course is designed to give the learner the necessary knowledge required to check temporary works on site, record and report the findings to the Site Manager and the Temporary Works Coordinator. 15.00 22/05/2020 01/07/2020