Inspired Training Courses

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Asbestos Awareness
This course describes the nature of asbestos and gives reasons as to why it is so hazardous. The training is suitable for all employers, employees, the self employed and any persons responsible for work premises.
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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
This course looks at carbon monoxide (CO), how it is produced, its effects on the body, and how the risk of ill health can be reduced.
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cdm 2015
This is a course on the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (or CDM 2015).
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CE Marking
Explains what CE marking means and which products must bear the CE mark.
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Chemical Safety
This course describes the nature and properties of chemicals, and the safe working practices to be adopted when storing and handling chemicals. Relevant legislation and basic first aid are also covered.
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COMAH 2015
A training course on the Control of Major Accident Hazards Regulations (COMAH 2015).
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Computer Workstation Assessment
The course provides users of display screen equipment with information as well as advice about their workstation and aims to reduce the risk of postural problems, visual fatigue and mental stress.
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Confined Space Awareness
Explains the hazards associated with confined space working and considers the main requirements of the Confined Spaces Regulations. It is for all employers and employees who are required to organise/undertake work in confined spaces.
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COSHH Assessment
This course will help employers to assess their activities under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH).
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COSHH Introduction
This course covers the requirement of the COSHH Regulations to assess risks to health, decide what precautions are needed, and ensure that control measures are used and maintained properly. It is for employers whose work processes expose employees to substances hazardous to health, and employees who require information, instruction and training.
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Driving Safely for Work
This course contains important health and safety information and advice for employers, managers, and all those whose main job is driving, as well as those who drive or ride at work occasionally or for short distances. References to drivers and driving include riders and riding.
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DSEAR
This course explains the requirements of DSEAR. It is for all employees required to work within hazardous areas.
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Electrical Safety
Designed for all persons who use electrically powered equipment or tools. The course ensures that persons using electrical equipment are able to identify potential hazards caused by careless use and common faults which render electrical equipment unsafe. The effects of an electric shock and how to deal with a casualty are also covered.
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Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
The Electrical Regulations course explains the requirements and the implications of the 'Electricity at Work Regulations 1989' for those responsible for electrical safety at work.
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Environmental Management
This title explains the key environmental issues facing both manufacturing and administrative sites.
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Environmental Management Offshore
This title aims to give the user a good understanding of key environmental issues facing offshore installations.
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Environmental Management Regulations
This title explains the regulations relating to key environmental issues facing both manufacturing and administrative sites.
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Fire Risk Assessment
Provides basic fire safety training to everyone at work. It is for all employers, employees and any responsible persons. It includes a review of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order.
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Fire Safety
Provides basic fire safety training to everyone at work. It is for all employers, employees and responsible persons. It includes a review of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order.
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First Aid at Work Dealing with Respiratory Problems
This course explains how to diagnose and treat casualties with different causes of respiratory problems.
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First Aid Unconsciousness
This course explains how to diagnose and treat casualties with different causes of unconsciousness.
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First Aid Wounds and Bleeding
This Module will explain the various types of wounds and bleeding, and how to treat these injuries.
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Hand-Arm Vibration
This training course covers the health effects of hand-arm vibration and the requirements of the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005.
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Heat Stress at Work
This course is suitable for all employees required to work in a hot environment and considers the dangers associated with working in a hot, humid environment. It explains what you can do to reduce risks associated with such high temperatures.
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Legionnaires' Disease
A course for anyone who works in contact with water sources such as cooling towers, air conditioning systems as well as hot and cold water service systems.
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LOLER
Explains the requirements of the 'Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998'. It is for employers, the self-employed and any other person who has control of any lifting equipment. This awareness course does not qualify you to undertake LOLER inspections.
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Manual Handling
Covers the basic principles of safe manual handling and describes the injuries which can be caused by poor lifting technique. The course also looks at how to organise a team lift, and techniques for avoiding lifting. It is designed for all persons who lift and handle loads as part of their normal work.
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Noise At Work
Looks at the causes of hearing loss, how noise is measured as well as covers both employers' and employees' duties under the 'Control of Noise At Work Regulations'. Also illustrates the correct use of ear defenders and ear plugs.
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PPE Introduction
Covers employers duties and employees obligations under the 'Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations'. The course explains why certain requirements have been introduced and stresses the importance of the correct use and storage of PPE. A brief guide to the use of RPE is also included.
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PUWER
This course explains the requirements of PUWER 98. It is for all employers who provide work equipment to their employees and to self employed persons working for them.
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RIDDOR
Explains the requirements of the 'Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations' 2013. This legislation applies to all work activities in Great Britain, including the offshore oil and gas industry. It is for any persons in control of work premises who must report certain work-related accidents, diseases and dangerous occurrences.
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Risk Assessment
This course will raise your awareness of the procedures involved in risk assessment. The course illustrates the different phases involved in a risk assessment and the criteria which must be addressed to make it comply with the best health and safety practices.
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Safe Use of Small Tools
This course describes the safety measures which must be taken when using hand tools and portable electric tools at work.
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Safe Working At Heights
Falls from height are the biggest single cause of workplace deaths and one of the main causes of major injury. This course encourages the adoption of safe practices whilst working at height and provides instruction in the correct use of access and safety equipment. It is for all persons who work at height.
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Safety Matters
For all employees who require a good knowledge and understanding of many of the safety issues present on industrial sites by highlighting the basic health and safety hazards present in a wide variety of work situations.
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Safety Signs Awareness
Explains the different types of safety signs, including fire safety signs and how and where they should be used. It is for all employees who need to understand the meaning of safety signs used at work.
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Spill Prevention & Control
This course describes the safety measures which must be taken to prevent the spillage of hazardous substances, and the steps to take to reduce the impact of any spillages which do occur.
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Transporting Dangerous Goods
This course considers the main provisions of the European Agreement on the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) and the Carriage of Dangerous Goods and Use of Transportable Pressure Equipment Regulations 2009 (or CDG).
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Working Alone
This course contains essential health and safety information and advice for all persons who work alone, and anyone who employs or engages lone workers.
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Working Safely With Flammable Liquids
Explains electrostatic dangers and the safe use and handling of flammable liquids and powders. It is for all employees who are required to follow correct working procedures when handling flammable liquids and/or powders.
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Workplace Transport Safety
This course will help employers, and those responsible for workplace transport, to reduce the chances of accidents occurring. Others, such as drivers and operators of on-site vehicles will also find it useful.
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To run these courses you need a computer that will run flash. It will not work on an ipad. You also need a printer in order to print the certificate at the end of the course.

Each copy of each training course costs only £14.95 plus VAT!

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