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Compliance Courses 

S A Training specialising in health and safety, human resources, sustainability and environmental management. Whether you’re an individual looking to improve your skills, or an organisation looking to drive compliance or performance, our short courses and certified programs are sure to meet your online study needs. 
 
This range of 17 E-Learning courses provide an ideal introduction for onboarding and compliance purposes. Courses are ideal for study on any device, which allows learners to study anywhere, anytime. It also gives companies the ability to conveniently deliver and track training, no matter the size of the organisation. 
 
Access all these courses for £12.00 + VAT per delegate per year. 
 
No minimum delegates numbers required. 
 
Asbestos awareness  
Introduces those who may work with asbestos containing materials, and the practical steps they should take to ensure any planned maintenance is in conjunction with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. 
 
Controlling hazardous substances (COSHH) 
Explores the hazards, risks and safety measures associated with various liquids, powders and gases that are used in a range of working environments 
 
Data Protection 
Discover the importance of collecting, using and saving personal and sensitive data appropriately to protect individuals’ rights and uphold an organisation’s reputation. 
 
Display Screen Equipment  
Explains the risk and control measures that can be implemented in the working environment to ensure DSE is used safely. 
 
Driving at work 
Identifies what is meant by driving at work, the laws that apply to driving at work, the hazards associated with driving at work and also the most appropriate control measures to help preserve life. 
 
Environmental Awareness 
Covering environmental issues associated with business activities to protect the business as well as the environment. 
 
Equality in the workplace  
Essential guidance for employees on equality and diversity to meet the requirements of the UK Equality Act 2010. 
 
Fire Safety  
Introduces people to the related dangers, controls and personal responsibilities to help contribute to a safer working environment and covers the requirements of the UK RRFSO 2005 and principles of fire safety. 
 
First Aid Essentials 
Introduces the basic skills needed as a first responder, including CPR, the recovery position and using an AED. It features video demonstrations from trained first 
aid professionals. 
 
Introduction to Health and Safety  
Online training in the essential issues related to health and safety at work and the key areas when considering potential hazards. 
 
Lone working  
Introduces organisations and individuals to the considerations of lone working, as governed by the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. 
 
Managing accidents and incidents 
Introduces the formal categorisation of workplace incidents, potential costs for organisations and the people involved, and the duties to report and investigate these in conjunction with RIDDOR 2013. 
 
Manual handling  
Introduces people to the hazards associated with everyday manual handling tasks and the best practice techniques and control measures that should be considered to aid safe working and avoid injury. 
 
Risk assessment  
Introduces the concept, value, and the practical steps of the risk assessment process, and the legal principles of completing such an assessment, as governed by the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. 
 
Slips, trips and falls 
Introduces the consequences of accidents caused by slips, trips and falls, the common causes of slips, trips and falls in the workplace and also how they can be reduced. 
 
Stress and workplace wellbeing  
Explores the issue of wellbeing and what factors can contribute to or cause stress, and affect mental health, and how these factors can be managed more effectively within the workplace. 
 
Work at height 
Introduces the hazards associated with everyday work at height tasks and the best practice control measures that should be considered to aid safe working and avoid injury. 
 
 
For further information on our courses and pricing structure, please call one of our training advisors on 01539 437436 or use our enquiry form. 

 

 
We work with a large number of companies and recognise that different organisations have very different training needs. We are committed to providing a memorable and measurable training experience. 
 
We appreciate the pressures faced by businesses. Our specialist training teams deliver specific solutions to reflect the industry within which you and your firm operates.