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Health & Safety Training Courses

Phoenix Health & Safety provide training courses, accredited by IOSH, NEBOSH and Construction Skills for people with responsibility for managing health and safety.

We are so confident in our training team and methods that we offer a Phoenix Pass Pledge on all IOSH and NEBOSH courses.

Course Spaces Available!

IOSH Managing Safely courses starting throughout the year across the country. Book now to secure your place.

There are also spaces available on NEBOSH National Diploma courses in London throughout 2020.

We have spaces available on IOSH & NEBOSH courses throughout October, November & December throughout the UK. Prices available on request. Call 0345 500 8811 or speak to us on Live Chat.

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Phoenix Pass Pledge

Phoenix Health & Safety offer a pass pledge on all IOSH, NEBOSH and CITB courses.

This means that candidates are entitled to continue studying (free of charge) if they fail to meet the required standard in the examinations.

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E-Learning

Online training provisions can be cost effective and convenient. If you are looking to protect your employees and your company, they could be the perfect solution.

We offer a variety of online health and safety courses that are updated and reviewed on a continual basis to ensure they comply with current guidance and legislation.

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In-House

At Phoenix Health & Safety, we offer an extensive range of professional health and safety training courses that can be delivered on client premises.

Our in-house courses can be tailored specifically for your employees to meet your individual needs.

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Phoenix Health & Safety provide training courses, accredited by IOSH, NEBOSH and Construction Skills for people with responsibility for managing health and safety.

We are so confident in our training team and methods that we offer a Phoenix Pass Pledge on all IOSH and NEBOSH courses.

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Distance Learning

Phoenix Health & Safety also offer distance learning as a method of studying. The same extensive range of courses but without the classroom based environment.

Studying from home allows for a unique method of flexibility with your learning and fits around your existing lifestyle.              

 

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Telephone / Email support

If you’re after a support package, we’ve got a team of qualified professionals on-hand to offer expert guidance when you need it most. From post-accident advice to approval questionnaires, our team will help you every step of the way.

Revision eLearning

Learning remotely is not only convenient, it’s quick and efficient too. That’s why we provide a range of eLearning revision modules – including observations sheets, quizzes and practise assessments.

NEBOSH Audiobooks

Choose from three interactive and engaging NEBOSH audiobooks to boost your learning methods. You can even listen as you go by downloading them to your mobile or mp3 player.

In-House Training

At Phoenix Health & Safety, our team of experts can also provide off-site training. To get the most out of our programmes, our in-house courses can be tailored specifically to suit you. 

Consultancy Services

If you're after some help and guidance, we've a team of highly qualified consultants who have a wealth of experience in the health and safety industry. 

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The Role of a competent person

Health and safety practitioners, also known as health and safety officers, managers, advisers or consultants, seek to minimise the risk of injury and ill health at work. The role of a health and safety practitioner is to provide advice on planning, implementing, monitoring and reviewing protective and preventative health, safety and welfare measures.
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How do you know your advisor is competent?

If you are seeking to contract with an external consultancy or employ an internal advisor, how do you know what role and function the competent person should take and what capabilities, knowledge and skills they would require to be effective.
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How competent is your health and safety advisor?

Organisations have a legal duty to ensure arrangements for a competent person are in place, that the competent person is able to conduct their duties and has sufficient training and experience to perform their role.
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Farm worker suffers serious injury due to faulty machinery

The agricultural industry is one of the most dangerous environments to work in from a health and safety perspective. With high rates of injury and fatalities employers need to be more vigilant than ever when it comes to the safety of their workers.
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Breach of Health & Safety at Work Act leads to £600k fine for Textile Company

Handling large machinery always comes with associated risks and it can be impossible to pinpoint the injury rate for a particular type of machine.
When using heavy equipment, like a packaging machine, it is imperative to put a formalised safe system of work in place and to train workers appropriately. Daily safety checks and routine hygienic cleaning ensure that staff are not at risk of injury.
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Failure to carry out correct Risk Assessments leads to two workers sustaining serious injury

Risk assessments can seem to be an endless task but if you fail to have them in place there can be serious consequences.
Businesses have a responsibility to ensure all staff are aware of and understand the risks associated with their work as well as the environment they work in. A failure to do this can result in large fines and opens up the possibility of accidents in the work place.
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Devon Contractors fined for breach of Health & Safety at Work Regulations

When it comes to health and safety on a construction site, making sure workers have the correct training and undertake the required procedures is imperative.
Working with heavy machinery, construction equipment and vehicles comes with a number of risks meaning you could injure yourself, someone else or cause a fatality.
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What jobs can a NEBOSH certificate get you?

The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety can be the gateway to a variety of not just jobs, but careers. It is widely recognised as an ideal first step towards becoming a health and safety professional, often taken by people who have had health and safety as part of their duties and now wish to it to become their specialist field.
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Who is responsible for H&S in workplace?

If you run or manage any kind of business or organisation you already know it, the health and safety buck stops with the boss.
Under UK law there's no doubt. It's every employer’s responsibility to protect the health and safety of their employees, and of anyone else who might be affected by the business, including customers, visitors and passers-by.
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Health and safety law, what you need to know

What every employer needs to know about health and safety law

 One of the best known legal maxims is that ignorance of the law is no defence. When it comes to health and safety, "I didn't know we couldn't do that" simply won't cut it in court. And not knowing the law makes you much more likely to end up there.
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Why it's important to assess health and safety risks

In a nutshell there are two compelling reasons why it's important for an employer to assess health and safety risks in the workplace:
  1. Because you want your employees, customers and visitors to be safe and healthy
  2. Because you would be breaking the law if you failed to conduct an assessment.
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How and when to report potential health and safety risks once they have been identified

"When should I report a health and safety concern?" is an easy question, because there's only one possible answer. As soon as possible - before something terrible happens. "How" is more complicated, because it depends on who you are and where you work.
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Monitoring and reviewing H&S risk assessments

How health and safety risk assessments are monitored and reviewed

So you've conducted a health and safety assessment of your workplace and created a health and safety policy for the business. You're entitled to feel relieved; pleased that you've done all you need to comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HASAWA).
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Why do we have risk assessments in the workplace?

The short answer is "because it's every employer's duty".
Being an employer is about much more than just obeying the letter of the law, of course. You also want to make your workforce as productive as possible. And you need to attract talented people by being a good place to work.
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