Retail Induction Course
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The course addresses activities not always recognised such as working at height (ie. low level use of step ladders) and manual handling.
It is important for an employer to address these issues at a level that is appropriate for the environment, for example; a person standing on a work chair or using a small set of steps is 'working at height'; a person unloading a delivery of equipment or clothing is manual handling.
It is important that as an employer you have provided information, instruction and training to a level that is suitable and sufficient for the level of risk. This health & safety training course
, provided by Essex Chambers Training
based in Essex, is accessible at anytime online from an internet connected device, such as a computer, tablet or smart phone.
This training provides an outline of all of the areas an employer is expected to address including the basic 'before use' visual inspection techniques required for anyone using equipment at work, and an explanation for new and expectant mothers who may be standing for long periods.
This online environment is simple to use, as well as cost effective, and provides a downloadable certificate upon completion of the course.
Managers are able to review progress of employees live and produce downloadable reports where necessary.