Health & Safety: Toolbox Talks (Bundle)
Course at a glance
- 1.5 hours
About the course
The course is packed with short 5 minutes tool box courses on Health and Safety.
- Working Alone -This toolbox talk will cover what you need to think about and do when working alone.
- Working at Height - What you need to think about and do when working at height.
- Importance of Good Housekeeping - A clean environment is a safe one.
- Carbon Monoxide Poisoning - You can't see it. Taste it. Or smell it. But carbon monoxide can kill you.
- Alcohol at Work - Work and alcohol don't mix. This toolbox talk covers the effects of alcohol on your safety and others you work with.
- Introduction to Fire Safety - This toolbox talk will cover what you need to know about Fire Safety.
- Legionnaires Disease - This toolbox talk covers the health risks associated with legionella disease and looks at how it can spread in your workplace.
- Eye Protection - To anyone who thinks eye protection isnÍt a crucial component of their tool kit _ think again.
- Fire Prevention - As an employee you play an important role in identifying and minimising fire hazards. This toolbox talk will cover what you need to think about and do to prevent fires occurring.
- Confined Spaces - You need to take the dangers associated with working in confined spaces seriously, if you don't, you could end up stuck in another one. Permanently.
- Step Ladder Safety - Contrary to popular belief stepladders are not banned under health and safety law. In fact, they can be a sensible and practical option for low-risk, short-duration tasks.
- Falling Objects - It's said Sir Isaac Newton discovered gravity when he was hit on the head by a falling apple. Unfortunately, in the workplace, the consequences of falling objects can be much more serious.
- Electrical Cord Safety - Defective or damaged electrical cords are a big danger, and kill people every year.
- Fire Classification & Equipment - In the event of a fire quick thinking and action can stop the fire getting out of control and save lives.
- Fire Detection and Response - Fire, by its very nature is unpredictable. You never know where or when it will break out. But you can take steps to make sure you know what to do, if the worst happens. This toolbox talk covers what you need to do should a fire break out in your workplace.
- Workplace Vehicle Safety - Workplace transport is any activity involving vehicles used in a workplace. This toolbox talk has been produced to help anyone involved in workplace transport to reduce the chances of accidents happening.
- Safe Working with Lift Trucks - Lift trucks are serious machines. If theyÍre not used properly, they can be very dangerous, resulting in injury or death. This toolbox talk covers advice to help you and those you work with stay safe when using lift trucks.
- Head Protection - "Your head is the most important part of your body _ so it makes sense to protect it when at work. This toolbox talk looks at the importance of head protection in the workplace and covers why a hard hat could save your life."
- Construction Dust Construction dust does more than make you cough or sneeze. Regularly breathing in these dusts over a long time can cause serious damage, so serious it can lead to death. This toolbox talk provides you with advice so you can protect yourself and others you work with.
- Sharps Injuries An injury resulting from a sharp object such as a needle or blade can have lifelong or fatal effects. This toolbox talk covers the potential dangers of sharps injuries, and how best to avoid them.
- RIDDOR stands for the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013. Its a law designed to keep you safe whilst youre at work.
- HAVS - Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome - Excessive use of vibrating tools can lead to a variety of conditions in the hands and arms, generically described as HAVS Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome
Who is it for?
This diverse collection of micro-courses will be of interest to staff and managers who need to understand the headline information about the topics.