Workplace Safety Training Essentials

QAR 99

        Employee safety training isn’t just for those who go into work every day. Even if you work from home, a workplace safety training program will teach you certain best practices that will optimize your work experience and lower your risk of injury. This collection of 10 online safety training courses will teach you and your team about workplace ergonomics, and how optimizing your work environment can significantly increase your comfort and productivity. This safety training for employees will also discuss the proper way to deal with manual work and driving on site. Safety is crucial, and your team members can only be as productive as their environment allows them to be, making this course relevant for everyone.

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    Slips, Trips, and Falls

    Use the Handrail

    Cable Management

    Reporting a Hazard

    Manual Handling

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    Module 1 : Slips, Trips, and Falls
           slips, trips, and falls create the humor. While it’s funny to see comics and clowns slipping, tripping, or falling about, it’s not so fun when we are the ones having an accident, especially in the workplace. At worst, these accidents could result in major injuries or even death. This makes identifying hazards and taking preventative steps really important.
    Topic's covered :
            Common workplace hazards
            How to take action to prevent accidents
            What to do if an accident happens

    Module 2 : Use the Handrail
           A fall down steps, wherever you are, is not only going to hurt your pride, but it could land you with a serious injury, or worse. By making small changes, you can ensure that you navigate steps and stairs without any mishaps.
    Topic's covered :
            The importance of handrails
            How to stay safe on stairs
            The consequences of a fall

    Module 3 : Cable Management
           You only put them in your pocket for two minutes! So, you can imagine the frustration when dealing with tangled and unorganized cabling at work. Almost every electrical item you have on your desk has got some sort of wire coming out of it, we’d guess. They need to be kept tidy.
    Topic's covered :
            How cables work
            The importance of good cable management
            How to keep cables organized

    Module 4 : Reporting a Hazard
            In the workplace, hazards are serious business though, so spotting and properly reporting them is vital. Getting it right could mean avoiding injury. Getting it wrong could result in anything from minor bumps and bruises to serious, or even fatal, accidents.
    Topic's covered :
            The risks of not reporting hazards
            The different types of hazards in your workplace
            How to report hazards correctly

    Module 5 : Manual Handling
           Handling heavyweights like this is tiring and can cause some serious injuries. In the workplace, there are correct procedures for lifting and manual handling that need to be followed so that we can avoid getting hurt. The harm we might suffer can range from fairly minor to serious, life-changing injuries.
    Topic's covered :
            The types of injury caused by incorrect handling
            How to lift and handle heavyweights correctly
            How to prevent accidents

    Module 6 : Workstation Ergonomics
           ot, you’ll likely have to sit at your desk for 8 hours a day (or maybe more). Sitting in one position for extended periods of time can have harmful effects on your body, so you’ll need to make sure your workstation is set up correctly.There are easy ways to achieve this — simple things that you probably haven’t thought about. And, since people have varying heights and body types and therefore different requirements, there shouldn’t be a ‘standard’ setup.
    Topic's covered :
            What injuries a poorly set up workstation can cause
            The benefits of implementing good ergonomics
            How to set up your workstation correctly for YOU

    Module 7 : Don’t Speed On Site
            Well, it’s not quite that simple. If simply telling people not to speed on site worked effectively, there wouldn’t be any accidents because of it,It’s generally thought that if someone’s driving a vehicle that isn’t their own, they’re more likely to act irresponsibly behind the wheel. “It doesn’t matter if I break it, work will pick up the bill…” Stats actually show that people driving company cars are twice as likely to consistently break the speed limit than those who are driving their own vehicles. That’s why we’ve created this course.
    Topic's covered :
            The consequences of breaking the speed limit
            Why people choose to speed on site
            How to instill a “care culture” in your workplace

    Module 8 : Driving & Using Your Phone
            It goes without saying that when you’re driving, you shouldn’t use your in four automobile crashes in the US is caused by texting and driving and, worryingly, this figure is increasing. It’s tempting to use your cellphone while driving because it’s really useful; you can dial into that meeting, find the quickest route to your destination, or play your favorite songs with one swipe. But there are better ways to do all these things, without taking your full concentration off the road ahead.
    Topic's covered :
            The dangers and consequences of using your phone while driving
            The legislation about phone use while driving
            Safer alternatives

    Module 9 : Don’t Walk & Text
            Technology is great. Being addicted to our tech means it’s easy to get distracted and attempt to multitask. Some times that’s successful, but other times we might take unnecessary risks, putting ourselves and others in danger. Texting while walking may not seem like a big deal, but it regularly causes accidents that could have easily been avoided.
    Topic's covered :
            Why walking and texting is a dangerous behavior
            How small actions can lead to serious consequences
            What steps you can take to avoid risks

    Module 10 : Going Remote
            Office work is changing.Yes, in the modern world, work can fit around the rest of our lives. Thanks to advances in technology, such as Wi-Fi and cloud storage, remote working is on the rise. That means you’ll be able to do your job from the comfort of your home. But keep in mind, if your organization is embracing the idea of remote working, you’ve got a whole new set of challenges to face though.
    Topic's covered :
            Why working remotely can be good for everybody
            How to deal with misconceptions
            How to motivate yourself to keep your output high
            How to choose digital tools to enhance communication

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    Workplace Safety Training Essentials

    QAR 99