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Occupational Health Awareness Training

Occupational Health

Occupational Health Awareness Training

Just like Health and Safety Training there is a need and importance to educate and train employees on occupational health. The participant numbers, certificates and handouts follow the same standards as our Health and Safety Training. The main types of occupational health training that might be relevant to your company are:

General Occupational Health Awareness

  • A toolbox overview for staff on why occupational health is provided to them, what is involved and how it benefits their health
  • This is ideal to refresh or where a new health surveillance program is being introduced
  • It can be tailored around the specific program in a company so it is relevant to the participants
  • The course is typically 2 hours

Drug and Alcohol Awareness

  • Ideal where a new drug and alcohol program of testing or procedure is being introduced
  • Used as a refresher on the importance of why drug and alcohol use can be detrimental and unsafe for employees at work
  • The training can be split for Employees and Managers with each course tailored to outline their duties including their responsibilities and the dangers of substance abuse at work
  • The Managers’ course also includes the substance abuse signs to look for at work and how to deal with them
  • Each course is typically 1-2 hours

Nickel and Isocyanate Awareness Training

  • Ideal for employees who work with compounds or substances that contain Nickel and Isocyanates
  • The course covers the main handling hazards, health effects, safe handling measures and the health surveillance used to monitor a person’s health at work
  • Each course is typically 2 hours

Stress and Wellbeing Training and Awareness

  • See Wellbeing and Stress Training Tab

Call or contact us to find out more and book your course.

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Coronavirus: Risk Assessments

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Covid-19 Changes to the fire brigades working arrangements

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