Environment, Health and Safety Compliance Training

All organizations strive to provide their employees with a safe and healthy work environment, but they also acknowledge that their employees play a role in creating and maintaining a safe and healthy work environment. Our Environment, Health and Safety compliance training course provides guidance for your employees on:

  • How to keep workplaces safe and free from hazards
  • Maintaining a healthy working environment
  • How to identify and respond to instances of substance misuse
  • How to respond to emergencies and active assailant incidents
  • How to respond to fire emergencies

By providing employees with compliance training on their environment, health, and safety, you can go a long way to creating a safe and healthy work environment, and prepare your employees for any unforeseen emergencies.

Compliance Training - Responsiveness
iPhone, Android, Tablet, and desktop devices – seamless playback and tracking
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Compliance Training - Single Enterprice Licence
Single enterprise licence covers your entire workforce, including contractors
Compliance Training - Availability
Available in 20+ languages, with compliance training resources for local market regulations
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Interactive Screen: Safety is everyone’s business. Overview of workplace hazards; standing on a chair to reach a high shelf, lifting heavy loads, icy sidewalk, trip hazards, blocked fire exits, personal protective equipment, etc.

Scenario: Identify the correct action to take when you notice a safety hazard.

Key Learning: Workplace safety is everyone’s responsibility. If you see a workplace hazard, report it.

Scenario: Identify the correct action to take when you notice a safety hazard. This will be a different hazard than the one in the previous scenario.

Key Learning: We are all responsible for workplace safety and we’re relying on you to report any hazards you come across.

Key Assessment: Five-question quiz on the content presented in this topic.

Video: We strive to create a safe and healthy work environment for all our staff.

Interactive Screen: Tips for creating a safe and healthy work environment; office ergonomics, regular breaks, what to do in a medical emergency, etc.

Scenario: Identify the best practices for creating a safe and comfortable desk setup.

Key Learning: Our company want to ensure that you have a safe and healthy work environment.

Assessment: Five-question quiz on the content presented in this topic.

Interactive Screen: Signs of substance misuse. Impact of substance misuse. Reacting to substance misuse.

Scenario: Action to take when you suspect a colleague is misusing drugs.

Key Learning: Signs that a colleague is unable, for whatever reason, to perform his or her duties should not be ignored. In cases like these, you should report what you find even though it may be easier to ignore.

Assessment: Five-question quiz on the content presented in this topic.

Interactive Screen: Outline the steps to follow in the event of an evacuation. What to do if you require assistance in an evacuation.

Interactive Screen: Do’s and Don’ts in an evacuation.

Interactive Screen: Situations where you may be instructed to shelter-in-place; earthquake, tornados, chemical spills, etc. Active assailant incidents. RUN, HIDE, FIGHT.

Scenario: Identify the correct action to take when you need to evacuate the building.

Key Learning: Know your evacuation route and remember that your actions can impact on the safety of others

Assessment: Five-question quiz on the content presented in this topic.

Interactive Screen: Most common workplace emergency. Know your evacuation route. Know where fire exits are. Be prepared. Reporting a fire. Operating a fire extinguisher – assess the risk and only operate when safe to do so. SAFETY FIRST.

Scenario: What to do when you hear a fire alarm.

Key Learning: If you hear a fire alarm, remain calm and begin to evacuate.

Assessment: Five-question quiz on the content presented in this topic.

Summary screen that wraps up the module and provides details of where to go to speak up.

Attestation screen where learners attest that they will always report any hazards that they identify.

More about Environment, Health and Safety Compliance Training

Slips, trips, and falls cause a significant amount of workplace accidents. Knowing what causes these accidents, and what to do when you identify a potential hazard is key to creating a safe work environment. Our training examines the most common causes of accidents and identifies what to do when a hazard is identified.

Our Environment, Health and Safety Compliance Training course also looks at the steps you can take to help create a healthy work environment, both for yourself and your colleagues. These range from how you sit at your desk, to taking regular breaks, to knowing how to respond in a medical emergency.

Emergencies and disasters don’t follow a timetable. Fires, active assailant events, chemical spills, floods, explosions, earthquakes, tornadoes, tsunamis, and more can all occur at any time. It’s essential that you are prepared for the unexpected. You should know the evacuation plan for your building. Remember, your personal safety is far more important than any business-related responsibilities, so you should never put yourself in harm’s way in the event of an emergency. Our Environment, Health and Safety Compliance Training will help prepare your employees for any emergencies they many encounter.

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