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Wellbeing and Stress Training

Occupational Health

Wellbeing and Stress Training

Our Wellbeing and Stress Management Training course can be tailored to your company’s requirements and can be designed to support your companies Wellbeing/Stress Policy. The training usually includes:

Ideal when a company is about begin a program of wellbing improvements or stress management risk assessment

  • The training can be split for employeesa and Managers
  • Legislation which relates to stress at work
  • The nature and sources of stress
  • How the stress response can lead to ill health, including signs and symptoms
  • Strategies that can be employed to help prevent or reduce the effects of stress
  • Outline how to get help and support both internally and externally
  • The Managers training also covers the company policy and standards and how to recognise signs of stress and what to do
  • Each course is normally 3 hours.

Keeping Your Spirits up During Lockdown

As of November 2020 England entered in to its 2nd lockdown, the major difference this time is that we don’t have the weather or the lighter evenings on our side.

COVID:19 Prosecution

COVID-19: Can employers be prosecuted if employees are exposed?

Coronavirus: Lone Working

If you are still working during this period you must still follow government guidelines around social distancing.
For some transport, construction, manufacturing and trades activities this may lead to an increase in lone working as you are adapting to the current requirements.
Ensure you carry out a risk assessment and take reasonable measures to protect lone workers!

How to Report an Accident at Work

All injuries and incidents falling under the RIDDOR definition must be reported to the HSE’s Incident Contact Centre (ICC) either by telephone or online. The ICC will send the Incident Report details to the appropriate enforcing authority i.e. Local Authority or the HSE (Health and Safety Executive).

What is Health and Safety in ICT?

Health and Safety in ICT (Information and Communications Technology) is mostly about understanding how to work safely with computers and environments with lots of technology equipment.

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