Statutory Training

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    Fire Warden

    Fire safety training for employees is a legal requirement under fire legislation. Specialised Training Services runs BAR specific courses for Fire Wardens and Marshals on fire prevention, fire safety, and for managers who are responsible for determining fire safety procedures.

    Course Content
    • Current legislation
    • Roles of the Fire Warden/Marshal
    • Responsibilities
    • Roll call procedures
    • Building checks
    • Fire alarm drills
    • Fire safety information pack
    • From £ 129 + VAT BAR Member
    • From£ 155 + VAT Non-BAR Member
    • Maximum 12 Delegates

    • 7 hours (1 day)

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    Health & Fire Safety Awareness

    All workers have a right to work in places where risks to their health and safety are properly controlled. The Health & Safety Executive is responsible for enforcing the Health & Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, which states that all staff are suitably trained in the prevention of physical risk, both to themselves and to others. This course demonstrates the methods of identifying and reducing risks in the workplace.

    Course Content
    • Current legislation
    • Responsibilities
    • Identifying and reporting risks
    • Basic first aid
    • Manual handling
    • Fire safety
    • The chemistry of fire
    • Identifying causes of fire
    • Fire prevention
    • From £ 129 + VAT BAR Member
    • From£ 155 + VAT Non-BAR Member
    • Maximum 12 Delegates

    • 7 hours (1 day)

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    Induction

    It is a criteria of BAR membership that Members must be able to demonstrate that all staff employed, hired or engaged are suitably trained and qualified. An induction programme inlcuding all full health and safety procedure must be in place for all staff, and written records must be kept of the training undergone by each employee, including health and safety related training. This course give delegates a brief history of the industry and covers all the necessary legislation associated with induction training.

    Course Content
    • A background of the industry
    • A background of the company
    • Current legislation
    • Customer relations
    • Health and safety
    • Fire safety
    • Manual handling
    • Furniture handling skills
    • From £ 129 + VAT BAR Member
    • From£ 155 + VAT Non-BAR Member
    • Maximum 12 Delegates

    • 7 hours (1 day)

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    Manual Handling

    Health and Safety at Work regulations require employers to provide their employees with health and safety information and training. This should include, as necessary, information and training on manual handling injury risks and prevention. On this course, delegates will learn the types of injury that are caused through poor manual handling and the correct methods that should be used when lifting and moving items.

    Course Content
    • Importance of correct manual handling
    • Kinetics of the spine
    • Types of injury
    • Safe lifting procedures
    • Single lifts
    • Team lifts
    • Lifting aids
    • Safe use of equipment
    • From £ 129 + VAT BAR Member
    • From£ 155 + VAT Non-BAR Member
    • Maximum 12 Delegates

    • 7 hours (1 day)

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    Risk Assessment

    A risk assessment is an important step in protecting your workers and your business, as well as complying with the law. It helps focus on the risks that really matter in your workplace - the ones with the potential to cause real harm. In many instances, straightforward measures can readily control risks and mean that your workplace is protected. This course demonstrates how to identify hazards and reduce risk in the workplace.

    Course Content
    • Identifying hazards
    • Evaluating risks
    • Recording risk assessments
    • Reducing risks
    • Managing risks
    • From £ 129 + VAT BAR Member
    • From£ 155 + VAT Non-BAR Member
    • Maximum 12 Delegates

    • 7 hours (1 day)

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