Introduction to Managing Workplace Health, Safety & Welfare - £355 + VAT
At Winter & Company we believe that training should be an interactive, uninhibited experience, allowing free thought, discussion and learning.
Our objective is to encourage and develop our training delegates confidence, ability and understanding in matters of Health & Safety, in order to deal with workplace issues, arrangements and organisational requirements.
By adopting this strategy we have earned an enviable reputation as Professional Health & Safety Trainers.
The practice is headed and managed by Mitchell Winter, TechIOSH. (Technician member of The Institution of Occupational Safety & Health).
To provide you the delegate with a clear understanding of your legal responsibilities, thereby allowing you to approach and deal with issues of Health & Safety at work, with confidence and understanding.
This comprehensive one-day course is specifically designed to encourage pro-active participation at your place of work and encourage you to go forward in making a valuable contribution to your Organisation.
Who should attend this course?
This course is designed and presented for those who are involved and/or as appointed with responsibility for the organisations Heath, Safety and Welfare.
So regardless as to whether you are a Director, Partner, Manager, Human Resource or Facilities Manager, this course is a must for you.
Will I understand the content?
Yes, you will be provided with comprehensive user-friendly course notes, that will allow you to easily follow every stage and apply the content to your place of work.
Do I qualify for free ongoing support?
Yes, at Winter & Company we believe that the delegates needs are paramount. We provide a free support facility that provides a free mentor, in order to answer any subsequent questions and to provide ongoing guidance for a period of 3 months after the course date as attended.
This one-day course covers a range of topical and specific subjects applicable to your Organisations' occupation and Health & Safety procedures.
This is an ideal opportunity for you to become familiar with current Health & Safety requirements, and details both you and your employer's responsibilities.
You will gain a first class grounding in matters of Health & Safety, that relate directly to your employment.
- Landlord & Tenant Responsibilities
- First Aid at Work
- Slips, Trips & Falls
- Which Acts and Regulations apply
- Expectant Mothers
- Temperature, Heating, Ventilation
- Health & Safety Policy Statement
- Young Persons at Work
- Managing Sickness at Work
- Employer & Employee duties
- Home and Lone Workers
- Lighting at Work
- Why Risk Assessment
- Food Hygiene
- Contractor Responsibility & Safety
- Disability Discrimination
- Computer Users
- Manual Handling
- Fire Safety and Arrangements
- Induction Training
- Stress at Work
Venue: Hamilton House, 1 Temple Avenue, London, EC4Y 0HA
Registration and Timetable
Please check in at the time and venue stated. Timing for the sessions are given in the joining instructions but, as a general guide, morning sessions begin at 09:30 (registration from 09:00 onwards), there are 15-minute tea and coffee intervals during both the morning and the afternoon, lunch is 13:00 to 14:00 and the afternoon session finishes at 17:00.
A questionnaire will be sent to you shortly after the event. We would be grateful if you would complete this. We do find your comments invaluable when planning future events.
Lunch and Special Dietary Requirements
Lunch and non-alcoholic beverages are provided (unless otherwise indicated). If you have any special dietary requirements please notify us in advance so that we can make appropriate arrangements; we cannot guarantee to do so otherwise.
Smoking is not permitted in the meeting room or anywhere else within the venue.
Certificate of Attendance
A Certificate of Attendance will be sent to you shortly after the event which you may wish to keep for your records.
In order not to disturb the other delegates, there are no facilities for receiving or delivering messages inside the meeting room. Please ensure that your mobile phones are turned off at the beginning and for the duration of the course.
No part of the event may be recorded or photographed
Please note that payment is required in advance of the event (unless otherwise agreed with Winter & Company). Winter & Company reserves the right to refuse admission if payment is not received.
In the event of cancellation, the fee (less 20% to cover administration costs) will be returned but only if more than fourteen (14) days written notice is provided to Winter & Company by recorded / registered post. In the event of partial or non-attendance, the full fee will be payable.
Winter & Company reserves the right to cancel, move a course date or change contents of the course programme due to reasons beyond our control. Every effort will be made to notify delegates at least 5 working days before the course. A transfer to another course within the current programme or a complete refund can be provided. No consequential losses would be recompensed.