- Fully understand the principles of fire
- Become aware of the dangers of fire to men, animals and property
- Understand the importance of prevention and protection
- Become familiar with the different types of fire, their possible cause and their respective extinction
- Be able to identify an extinguisher and knows its application I operation
- Understand what to do in the event of a fire.
- Fire Safety
- Fire Risks & Fire Prevention in the Workplace
- Why and How Fires Occur
- The Chemistry of Fire and Types of Fire
- Types and Application of Portable Extinguishers
- Fires involving Chemicals
- Action to be taken in the event of a Fire
- The role of staff during the Fire Emergency and Evacuation Techniques
- Type & Location of Fire Fighting Equipment in the workplace.
Basic fire awareness for hotels & restaurants
Hotel / Restaurant staff, Kitchen Personnel, Receptionists and Front Desk staff and Managers.
At the end of the course delegates should:
- Be able to identify potential fire risks inside buildings (hotels and catering) and how such risks are classed
- Understand the basic principals for the use of fire extinguishers
- Know how fire is caused, how it spreads and how it may be controlled
- Realise the hazards of smoke inside buildings
- Be aware of staffS responsibilities to guest and customers in the event of fire or other emergency
- Be familiar with emergency procedures.
This module provides the knowledge and skill to identify evaluate and advise on the management of risk in an organization.After completing this module will be able to :
- Identify the incentives to manage risk in an organization.
- Assess existing and potential new situations in the workplace requiring risk management.
- Prepare cost benefit analyses for new acquisitions, refurbishments or maintenance of the workplace.
- Assess and recommend a range of risk intervention strategies which may be effective.
- Principles of Accident Prevention
- Accident Investigation and Reporting
- Safe Systems of Work
- Management of Hazard Facalities
- Emergency Workplace Evacuations
- Safety and Health Representatives
- Noise Control Management
- Inspections, Checklists and Procedure
- Safe Work in Confined Spaces
- Risk Management Proces
- Accident Recording and Analysis
- Safety and Health Auditing
- Safety and Health Committees
- Manual Handling Hazard Identification
- Controlling Machinery Risks
- Hazards and Risks of Confined Spaces
- The Legal Duty of Care and the Concept of product Stewardship
This course is designed to raise awareness of the Manual Handling Regulations and to promote good practice in the workplace.
Manual handling is a skill many of us use daily without thinking, it is however a major factor in back injuries, which are themselves one of the most common reasons for absence from work
Our manual handling training, reflecting the Manual Handling Regulations, gives an overview of this important area and doesn't just focus on "how to lift".
At the end of the session delegates will be able to:
- Understand the historical background to the Health and Safety at Work;
- State the main requirements of the Manual Handling Regulations;
- State the principles of human anatomy and physiology;
- Demonstrate good Manual Handling techniques.
- Introduction to Health and Safety
- Definition of Manual Handling
- Employees responsibilities
- Lifting-Base Movements and the Ergonomic Approach
- Summary of good practice
- European derived legislation (Manual Handling Regs.)
- Employers responsibilities
- Common lifting mistakes
- Manual Handling Exercise (site specific)
- End of course de-brief.
Basic Health and Safety
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