Warehouse Safety Training online objectives
According to Health and Safety Executive figures, in 2015/16 alone an estimated 621,000 workers sustained a non-fatal injury at work. In 2016/17 137 workers were killed at work.
Warehouse operations can present a wide variety of potential hazards for workers. On completion of this course candidates will be able to minimise the risk of an incident while working amongst the various machines and other hazards typical to a warehouse environment.
In addition to helping keep workers safe and responsible, the course also serves as a reminder to employers of their duties, with the aim of creating a co-operative relationship to keep everyone safe.
This course is ideal for any employees that work in a warehouse, managers who supervise warehouse work, and employers who have employees that work in a warehouse.
- A broad understanding of their legal requirements
- Identifying various sources of hazards in a warehouse
- How to communicate hazards
- Fundamental safety measures to be followed while working in a warehouse environment
- Managing and mitigating key risks within a warehouse
- Working in warehouses
- HSE act 1974
- Employer’s duties
- Employee’s duties
Hazards faced in the warehouse
- General Safety checklist
- Hazard communication
- Portable fire extinguishers
- Security and safe packaging
- Warehouse storage
- Risk management
Employers have a general duty under section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of their employees at work – this includes ensuring everyone operates within safe systems of work. The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (1999) require employers to put in place appropriate health and safety arrangements. This means having an effective health and safety management system.
A downloadable HSE guide which compliments this course is available at: http://www.hse.gov.uk/pUbns/priced/hsg76.pdf.
Accident Investigation, Accident Reporting, Confined Space Hazards, Eye Safety, Fire Safety, First Aid, Hazardous Substances, Ladder Safety Awareness, Machine Guarding, Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls, Risk Assessments & Method Statements
On successful completion of the Warehouse Safety training online course candidates will receive a RoSPA accredited completion certificate, available as a PDF for immediate download. This requires achievement of the required pass mark during the final course assignment.
echo3education will store candidate training records for 5 years and provide free copies of certificates on request.
Benefits of echo3education Warehouse Safety training online
This online learning environment is designed to be informative and engaging and, above all, simple to use. All of our RoSPA accredited courses enhance the learning experience through the use of high quality media, scenarios and knowledge checks which develop understanding and skills in a memorable way.
Incorporating insightful content and a lively tempo, the average completion time to achieve a RoSPA accredited certificate is just 45 minutes. Similar online courses offer comparable learning outcomes but can take 1 hour or more, resulting in a higher cost in terms of time.
Warehouse Safety Training (UK) (RoSPA) is a new course – release date August 2017.
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