Slips, trips and falls account for almost a third of non-fatal injuries within the workplace. It is widely accepted that if minor changes were made to working practices and attitudes that this figure could be significantly reduced.
This course is designed to give candidates essential information relating to slips, trips and falls with concrete statistics and real life examples of where a scenario has occurred and steps on how the situation could have been prevented. Additionally, this course discusses the changes that could take place within the workplace to significantly reduce the chances of these events taking place and finally tackles this issue while looking from a management perspective.
Who is this for?
This course is aimed at employees at all levels in every type of workplace.
How long is the course?
The duration of the course is 60 minutes of instructor led video content, with additional time required for answering interactive questions throughout the course.
The cost of the course is €35 per person. Discounts are available for 10 or more candidates booking the course. For further information on group discounts please email email@example.com or ring 087 250 4888.
Like all our interactive e-learning courses that we provide here at First Aid Direct, every candidate is required to engage with the course material and answer multiple-choice questions throughout each module. Candidates must receive a minimum of 70% to successfully pass the course.
The course concentrates on key Slips, Trips and Falls topics including:
1. Serious facts & the law
2. Slip hazards: Causes & controls
3. Trip hazards: Causes & controls
4. Management issues
This course is approved by the International Institute of Risk and Safety Managers (IISRM) and First Aid Direct.
Upon completion of the course candidates will receive an ‘Slips, Trips and Falls’ certificate.
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Benefits of E-learning
- Cost effective
- Saves time
- Improves performance and productivity
- Lower environmental impact