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Health & Safety training is an excellent way of helping businesses to engage their employees in safety awareness, whilst also providing enhanced protection to the organisation from the threat of civil liability issues.

Logistically, classroom based training is not always achievable, with E-Learning being a flexible alternative in keeping Health & Safety at the forefront of employee’s minds.

Lighthouse Risk Services can provide access to an extensive suite of Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) approved E-Learning training courses, making health and safety training both easily accessible and cost effective.

In addition, we have a range of Employment Law and HR related courses, helping to raise awareness of key personnel issues and legislative requirements in the field.

Our course inventory includes:

Health & Safety

  • Abrasive Wheel
  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Electrical Safety
  • Fire Safety
  • Fire Warden
  • Hazardous Substances – COSHH
  • Legionella Awareness
  • Lone Working
  • Manual Handling
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Risk Assessment
  • Working at Height

Employment Law & HR

  • Anti-Bribery & Corruption
  • Bully & Harassment
  • GDPR
  • Drug & Alcohol Awareness
  • Equality & Diversity
  • Grievance Policy
  • Modern Slavery
  • New & Expectant Mothers
  • Social Media
  • Stress Essentials

Our full course listing, including a brief synopsis of content can be found in our downloadable brochure.

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