Appropriate employee training can reduce workplace incidents and accidents which in turn can lead to reduced costs, lower insurance premiums and fewer potential legal claims. It will also promote a healthier, safer, and happier workforce.
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 requires employers to provide free of charge training, instruction and supervision necessary for all its employees. Those who have control over premises have to consider the safety of anyone who comes onto the premises, including contractors and customers.
Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 places a duty on employers to assess and manage risks to their employees and others arising from work activities. Employees must work safely in accordance with their training and the instructions given to them.
OJ Health & Safety – what we can offer you
Our health and safety trainers are enthusiastic and dedicated to providing a professional service to all our existing and future clients.
They are approachable, straight talking and will keep things simple to understand. Our trainers have a wealth of experience in a variety of industries, so can relate to your business requirements and expectations.
Your trainer will tailor the learning to the needs of your business, utilising direct workplace examples, to make the experience more relevant.
They will use their experience to modify the delivery style to suit the abilities of the delegates and make the courses manageable and enjoyable.
Qualification & Knowledge
As well as a wealth of industry experience, our trainers hold relevant qualifications and knowledge in the course subjects to achieve appropriate certification and accreditation. (where applicable)
Courses we can offer (delivered face to face, on-line, virtual, classroom, workplace)
Workplace H&S, Manual Handling, Fire Safety, Electrical Safety, Accident Prevention, COSHH, PPE, Slips, Trips, Falls, Drug & Alcohol, Risk Assessments, DSE awareness,
Abrasive Wheel, Asbestos Awareness, Fire Marshall, First Aid, MEWP, PASMA, IPAF, Confined Spaces, Noise, Vibration, Work at Height,
CITB – CSCS, PSCS, SSSTS, SMSTS
IOSH – various courses
Other options to consider:
Refresher training is given to employees on the assumption that existing skills have become out-dated or obsolete. This could be because of the advancement of technology or simply that people can forget things.
Employees could become complacent with safety procedures which could lead to mistakes or errors, for this reason, it is important to refresh employees knowledge and skills.
A toolbox talk is an informal workplace safety meeting. These are intended to communicate vital safety information to employees. The talks will help facilitate health and safety discussions and will promote a positive safety culture within the organisation.
The talks focus on various safety topics that are related to any specific workplace activity. For example, you can use them to deal with
- safe systems of work
- risk assessments
- training needs
- health and safety updates
- incidents and accident investigation updates
- new equipment.
The talks can be done face-to-face, at shift handovers, planned huddles or in a short presentation. They are often kept short and can be carried out by managers, supervisors or even fellow workplace colleagues.
The talks can be more informal than other types of training.
Together with our staff you can put together a bespoke program of training covering exactly what you need, now and for the future. OJ Health and Safety will then produce certificates according to the content of each course.
Here at OJ Health and Safety we have over 50 years combined Health and Safety Experience. With consultants qualified to degree level and Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner Status, we can be your go-to partner for