Total Success Training Ltd have teamed up with the UK’s leading online training providers to bring you the very best in online training!
Total Success Training was established in 1995 and have achieved considerable success by working closely with our clients. We understand the needs and aspirations of our clients and provide practical solutions to satisfy their long-term objectives. Virtual College, also founded in 1995, is one of the leading providers of e-learning in the UK and have provided online courses to individuals and companies across the world, breaking down the boundaries of traditional learning to deliver cost reducing, time efficient training. Together we endeavor to bring you the very best in online training!
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We have a wide range of e-learning courses covering many aspects of Health & Safety. We also feature a range of courses from learning 4 Business to give our customers a wider choice of courses.
On completion, learners will have an increased understanding of Legionnaires’ disease, including the potential consequences of an outbreak and the symptoms associated with the disease. The course also provides information on the relevant legislation and requirements for compliance.
All businesses have a legal obligation to ensure that their employees are protected from harm in the workplace. This online Health and Safety course helps you to fulfil legal requirements for providing workplace training; it also promotes staff awareness that can lead to greater efficiency, lower insurance costs and a reduction in lost time.
Asbestos training is a legal requirement and if you work on buildings built or refurbished before the year 2000, asbestos could be present. “The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006 require mandatory training for anyone liable to be exposed to asbestos at work” (Health and Safety Executive). You need to ensure you are aware of asbestos regulations and how they affect you.
Every day thousands of people will be exposed to situations in which they are left alone with customers or other members of the public during their working day. However there are many risks associated with working in isolation and without the support of colleagues, and violence against employees is unfortunately too common. By taking this module you will be taking real steps towards minimising risk and hopefully feeling safer.
The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 was developed to ensure a safe and healthy working environment for everyone in a company. It is the single most important Act governing health & safety in the country and applies to all work and places of work. 500 people are killed, 30,000 people are seriously injured and 30 million days are lost per year due to work – related injuries. The focus of this Virtual College course is to raise awareness of the potential hazards and what measures can be used to minimise the number of work related accidents within an engineering environment.
All managers or supervisors are responsible for safety in their offices. A key method of ensuring safety is to undertake risk assessments of work environments and activities, and this Virtual College course outlines the process involved in doing so. On completion of the course, learners will be aware of why risk assessments are important, know the definitions of hazards and risks, and know the seven key steps to risk assessment.
Fire is probably the biggest risk to life that most people face in the workplace. As a result employers are legally required by Fire Safety Regulations to provide information, instruction and training to employees about the fire precautions in the workplace. In order to minimise this risk it is important that all employers and employees are aware of the common causes of fire and the appropriate actions to take in the event of a fire including how to escape safely from the scene, should a fire occur. This fire safety and evacuation training will help employers to fulfil this requirement by offering learners with knowledge and understanding required to act safely in the event of a fire in the workplace.