Health & Safety Awareness Training

A quick summary of why you should talk to NCOSHA

News Flash! Health & Safety training does not have to be boring. So what should you expect when you attend a health & safety training session? We see the FIVE key elements when designing training that you will find memorable are:.

  • Getting you involved in the training so it needs to be interactive – which is where many trainers still fall down;
  • Making the issues relevant to you and your work activities - which means the trainer needs to be able to relate to relevant experiences;
  • It needs to be practically based and not focus too heavily on the law – too heavy and it switches people off;
  • The trainer must be able to answer your concerns and questions- experience again is vital;
  • The trainer MUST be able to perform to an audience – which means injecting some personality (which some might argue does not always seem to go hand in hand with health & safety);

We guarantee to remove your health and safety worries because we will provide expert advice and cost-effective solutions that are proportionate to your business health and safety needs.

Over 200 people are killed each year in accidents at work and over one million people are injured. Over two million suffer illnesses caused by, or made worse by, their work.Preventing accidents and ill health caused by work is a key priority for everyone at work. As the owner or manager of a business you know that competent employees are valuable.

Providing health and safety information and training helps you to:

  • Ensure your employees are not injured or made ill by the work they do;
  • Develop a positive health and safety culture, where safe and healthy working becomes second nature to everyone;
  • Find out how you could manage health and safety better;
  • Meet your legal duty to protect the health and safety of your employees.

The law requires that you provide whatever information, instruction and training is needed to ensure , so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of your employees.

Use the risk assessement tool on the link below, For your input will show us the the root causes for this problem .

Risk Assessment Tool

Manual Handling Training

A quick summary of why you should talk to NCOSHA

If your employees routinely carry out tasks that involve manual handling you need them to be trained. This training should teach your employees safe technique, but more importantly, get them to consider risks before carrying out a task.

At NCOSHA we guaranteeto deliver training that your employees will relate to and will remember when they get back to their workplace. We have found this approach has helped our clients to maintain a safe and healthy work environment for their employees and therefore leads to less sickness absence and less claims against the business.

Over a third of 3-day lost time injuries reported annually in United Kingdom are as a result of manual handling. The Manual Handling law requires employers to reduce the risk of injury to the lowest level reasonably practicable. One element to achieving this is to ensure your staff are adequately trained in good handling techniques.

Clearly the risk of injury from a manual handling task will be increased where workers do not have the information or training necessary to enable them to work safely. To keep your employees and business safe then your employees will need to recognise the risks.

Modern medical and scientific opinion accepts the scale of the problem from manual handling and stresses the importance of taking an ergonomic approach to remove or reduce the risk of manual handling injury. The ergonomic approach looks at manual handling as a whole. It takes into account a range of relevant factors, including the nature of the task, the load, the working environment and individual capability and requires worker participation..

Therefore it is important that when staff are trained that they need to understand how to assess the risks from manual handling not only how to apply safe manual handling techniques.

Use the risk assessement tool on the link below, For your input will show us the the root causes for this problem .

Risk Assessment Tool

Noise Awareness Training

It's one thing for you as an employer to recognise the risks of exposure to workplace noise but sometimes it's more difficult to implement effective control measures. This is because employees often fail to appreciate the risks.

Our training helps to change your employee attitude to why effective controls are needed and how to protect themselves from long-term hearing damage.

A quick summary of why you should talk to NCOSHA

It's one thing for you as an employer to recognise the risks of exposure to workplace noise but sometimes it's more difficult to implement effective control measures. This is because employees often fail to appreciate the risks.

Our training helps to change your employee attitude to why effective controls are needed and how to protect themselves from long-term hearing damage.

Use the risk assessement tool on the link below, For your input will show us the the root causes for this problem .

Risk Assessment Tool

Risk Assessment Training

A quick summary of why you should talk to NCOSHA

It concerns us that because the law requires people to be trained in health and safety that some still think it acceptable to deliver poor quality uninspiring training. Its time to make sure that health and safety training is seen as more than the obligatory tick in the box. At NCOSHA we guarantee our training will change your employees thinking.

If you are going to spend good money then it’s important that your staff remember the message. Surely if your business is going to invest in Risk Assessment training then you should expect it to deliver a good investment and to make a positive impact on your business as it moves forwards.

We have a vast experience of training employees, across a wide range of businesses, to carry out risk assessments. Once trained your employees will be capable to deliver assessments that will keep your business safe.

About Risk Assessment Training

Risk management involves you, the employer, looking at the risks that arise in your workplace and then putting sensible health and safety measures in place to control your risks. By doing this you can protect your most valuable asset, your employees, as well as members of the public from harm.

A risk assessment is an important step in protecting your workers and your business, as well as complying with the law. It helps you focus on the risks that really matter in your workplace – the ones with the potential to cause real harm.

In many instances, straightforward measures can readily control risks, for example ensuring spillages are cleaned up promptly so people do not slip, or cupboard drawers are kept closed to ensure people do not trip. For most, that means simple, cheap and effective measures to ensure your most valuable asset – your workforce – is protected. Of course doing this well will also protect your business.

Use the risk assessement tool on the link below, For your input will show us the the root causes for this problem .

Risk Assessment Tool

Basic First Aid Training

A quick summary of why you should talk to NCOSHA

It concerns us that because the law requires people to be trained in health and safety that some still think it acceptable to deliver poor quality uninspiring training. Its time to make sure that health and safety training is seen as more than the obligatory tick in the box. At NCOSHA we guarantee our training will change your employees thinking.

If you are going to spend good money then it’s important that your staff remember the message. Surely if your business is going to invest in Risk Assessment training then you should expect it to deliver a good investment and to make a positive impact on your business as it moves forwards.

We have a vast experience of training employees, across a wide range of businesses, to carry out risk assessments. Once trained your employees will be capable to deliver assessments that will keep your business safe.

About Risk Assessment Training

Risk management involves you, the employer, looking at the risks that arise in your workplace and then putting sensible health and safety measures in place to control your risks. By doing this you can protect your most valuable asset, your employees, as well as members of the public from harm.

A risk assessment is an important step in protecting your workers and your business, as well as complying with the law. It helps you focus on the risks that really matter in your workplace – the ones with the potential to cause real harm.

In many instances, straightforward measures can readily control risks, for example ensuring spillages are cleaned up promptly so people do not slip, or cupboard drawers are kept closed to ensure people do not trip. For most, that means simple, cheap and effective measures to ensure your most valuable asset – your workforce – is protected. Of course doing this well will also protect your business.

Use the risk assessement tool on the link below, For your input will show us the the root causes for this problem .

Risk Assessment Tool

Advanced First Aid Training

A quick summary of why you should talk to NCOSHA

It concerns us that because the law requires people to be trained in health and safety that some still think it acceptable to deliver poor quality uninspiring training. Its time to make sure that health and safety training is seen as more than the obligatory tick in the box. At NCOSHA we guarantee our training will change your employees thinking.

If you are going to spend good money then it’s important that your staff remember the message. Surely if your business is going to invest in Risk Assessment training then you should expect it to deliver a good investment and to make a positive impact on your business as it moves forwards.

We have a vast experience of training employees, across a wide range of businesses, to carry out risk assessments. Once trained your employees will be capable to deliver assessments that will keep your business safe.

About Risk Assessment Training

Risk management involves you, the employer, looking at the risks that arise in your workplace and then putting sensible health and safety measures in place to control your risks. By doing this you can protect your most valuable asset, your employees, as well as members of the public from harm.

A risk assessment is an important step in protecting your workers and your business, as well as complying with the law. It helps you focus on the risks that really matter in your workplace – the ones with the potential to cause real harm.

In many instances, straightforward measures can readily control risks, for example ensuring spillages are cleaned up promptly so people do not slip, or cupboard drawers are kept closed to ensure people do not trip. For most, that means simple, cheap and effective measures to ensure your most valuable asset – your workforce – is protected. Of course doing this well will also protect your business.

Use the risk assessement tool on the link below, For your input will show us the the root causes for this problem .

Risk Assessment Tool

Basic Fire Fighting Training

A quick summary of why you should talk to NCOSHA

It concerns us that because the law requires people to be trained in health and safety that some still think it acceptable to deliver poor quality uninspiring training. Its time to make sure that health and safety training is seen as more than the obligatory tick in the box. At NCOSHA we guarantee our training will change your employees thinking.

If you are going to spend good money then it’s important that your staff remember the message. Surely if your business is going to invest in Risk Assessment training then you should expect it to deliver a good investment and to make a positive impact on your business as it moves forwards.

We have a vast experience of training employees, across a wide range of businesses, to carry out risk assessments. Once trained your employees will be capable to deliver assessments that will keep your business safe.

About Risk Assessment Training

Risk management involves you, the employer, looking at the risks that arise in your workplace and then putting sensible health and safety measures in place to control your risks. By doing this you can protect your most valuable asset, your employees, as well as members of the public from harm.

A risk assessment is an important step in protecting your workers and your business, as well as complying with the law. It helps you focus on the risks that really matter in your workplace – the ones with the potential to cause real harm.

In many instances, straightforward measures can readily control risks, for example ensuring spillages are cleaned up promptly so people do not slip, or cupboard drawers are kept closed to ensure people do not trip. For most, that means simple, cheap and effective measures to ensure your most valuable asset – your workforce – is protected. Of course doing this well will also protect your business.

Use the risk assessement tool on the link below, For your input will show us the the root causes for this problem .

Risk Assessment Tool

Advanced Fire Fighting Training

A quick summary of why you should talk to NCOSHA

It concerns us that because the law requires people to be trained in health and safety that some still think it acceptable to deliver poor quality uninspiring training. Its time to make sure that health and safety training is seen as more than the obligatory tick in the box. At NCOSHA we guarantee our training will change your employees thinking.

If you are going to spend good money then it’s important that your staff remember the message. Surely if your business is going to invest in Risk Assessment training then you should expect it to deliver a good investment and to make a positive impact on your business as it moves forwards.

We have a vast experience of training employees, across a wide range of businesses, to carry out risk assessments. Once trained your employees will be capable to deliver assessments that will keep your business safe.

About Risk Assessment Training

Risk management involves you, the employer, looking at the risks that arise in your workplace and then putting sensible health and safety measures in place to control your risks. By doing this you can protect your most valuable asset, your employees, as well as members of the public from harm.

A risk assessment is an important step in protecting your workers and your business, as well as complying with the law. It helps you focus on the risks that really matter in your workplace – the ones with the potential to cause real harm.

In many instances, straightforward measures can readily control risks, for example ensuring spillages are cleaned up promptly so people do not slip, or cupboard drawers are kept closed to ensure people do not trip. For most, that means simple, cheap and effective measures to ensure your most valuable asset – your workforce – is protected. Of course doing this well will also protect your business.

Use the risk assessement tool on the link below, For your input will show us the the root causes for this problem .

Risk Assessment Tool