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Covering the shared responsibilities of employers and employees for workplace safety, it addresses the identification and management of workplace hazards, emphasizing the importance of practising good hygiene at work.
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Suitable for:
25 minutes
Learning style:
Self-Led Online
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About this course

Ensuring a safe work environment involves shared responsibilities between employers and employees. Both parties must be aware of workplace hazards and understand how to address them effectively.

The course goes further to educate participants on potential health hazards, such as stress and working with Display Screen Equipment (DSE).

Importantly, the training equips individuals with the knowledge and strategies needed to minimize the risks associated with these health hazards, promoting a safer and healthier workplace for everyone involved.

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Self-led online courses include
Support for over 100 languages
Mobile-friendly design for playback on any device
Progress tracking and pass/fail tests
Automatic, remote updates to keep content fresh
Playback speed controls to speed up/slow down the video
Closed captions which can be turned on/off
This course covers
  • Both employer and employee responsibilities for safety
  • Workplace hazards and know how they need to be dealt with
  • Practicing good hygiene at work and why it’s important to do so
  • The hazards to their health including stress and working with DSE and know how to minimise the risks
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