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Safety Courses

Safety Courses

Prepare yourself for entry into the World of Work in Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana and Suriname.
Desk-based e-learning is now the method of choice for most public and private sector businesses to deliver essential health and safety training to their office staff. It provides individual users with the flexibility to decide where and when they do their training. And it gives you the data you need to decide what further actions, if any, need to be taken.
Desk Based e-Learning Courses

Fire Awareness/Fire Watch

Our Fire Awareness Training course delivers critical safety guidance for employees so that when they are faced with a possible fire hazard, they will be able to take appropriate action. It also enables them to participate effectively in measures to reduce, if not eliminate, potential risks and fire hazards. Step by step, your staff will be instructed on legislation, what their personal responsibility might be, and how to react in the event of an emergency. 

Online Session

Topics Covered:

  • Take appropriate action when faced with a possible fire hazard 

  • Help reduce, if not eliminate, fire risks in the workplace 

  • React accordingly should the fire alarm sound .

Practical Session

Guided practical in the use of fire extinguishing agents.

Full PPE required

CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accredited.

Manual Handling Awareness Course

Our Manual Handling Awareness course is an essential guide to correct manual handling for those working in a low-risk environment such as an office. It will place employers in a proactive position by ensuring all participants have a good understanding of basic manual handling. 

Topics Covered:

  • Describe the types of injuries you may sustain if correct manual handling is not understood and practised  

  • Assess manual handling operations  

  • Lift, transport and lower objects in the correct way 


This course is accredited  by CPD (Continuing Professional Development) and CIEH (Chartered Institute of Environmental Health) .


Office Health and Safety Training for Managers

Our Office Health and Safety Training for Managers will enable those in management positions to take a proactive approach towards the health and safety of the employees they are responsible for. It provides guidance on all the key points they must consider when completing employee risk assessments, a breakdown of responsibilities and what actions to give team members.

Topics Include:​

  • Describe health and safety law

  • Identify risks associated with the following: 

    • ​health and safety law 

    • slips, trips and falls 

    • electrical safety 

    • fire safety 

    • manual handling and COSHH

    • working with computers 

    • musculoskeletal disorders

  • ​risk assessments 

  • welfare 

  • Describe how to minimise the risks associated with the above list

Office Risk Assessment

In this course, you will be taken through each element of performing an office risk assessment, starting with identifying hazards before moving on to evaluating and controlling risk, and how to record your findings properly. The idea is to make it as straightforward as possible to carry out a risk assessment in your office. This will help you comply with legal responsibilities and keep you, your employees and your business as safe as possible. 

Topics covered:

  • Understand the importance of a risk assessment - and everything it involves

  • Identify and evaluate hazards and risks

  • Know the ways of controlling various hazards and risks

  • Accurately report risk assessments

Working at Heights 

Our Working at Heights Training course educates staff on how to assess risks and use the correct equipment to ensure their safety. It covers both high risks that require thorough planning, and appropriate safety measures for low risks such as using a ladder or a kick stool for a short period of time. After completing the working at heights course, learners will be knowledgeable and confident in taking control of their safety during work.  

Topics covered:

  • Introduction

  • Planning and assessing risk

  • Selecting and maintaining equipment

  • Summary and further resources

  • Using equipment

  • Take the test

Slips, Trips and Falls Training Course 

Our Slips, Trips and Falls Training course identifies the main causes of accidents caused by tripping over or slipping on surfaces and how these can be prevented. It looks at what actions should be taken if an accident happens and the expectations of both employer and employee. By implementing these learning outcomes, your organisation can help prevent the most common cause of workplace injury. 

Topics covered:

  • Slips, trips and falls, what’s the issue?

  • Understanding slips, trips and falls

  • Action and prevention

  • Identify the common causes of slips, trips and falls in the workplace 


This course is accredited by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

Office Health and Safety Training for Employees

Our Office Health and Safety Training course covers key areas where legislation is in place to control risk and reduce work-related ill health. Employees will come away with an understanding of potential risks in working with computers; what is expected of them in relation to risk management and how they can take responsibility for their own health and safety at work.  

Topics include:

  • Some of the health and safety issues present at work 

  • Their responsibilities and those of their employers to minimise risk 

  • How to ensure the safety and wellbeing of themselves and those around them 

CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accredited.


Driver Safety Awareness Course

Our Driver Safety Awareness course provides a challenging and interactive way to improve driver alertness and efficiency. It builds on the driver’s existing skills to help reduce the risk of accidents and injuries. This interactive driver safety awareness course has been developed in association with the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) and is designed for employees who drive as part of their job role.

Topics include:

  •  Describe how to reduce risks associated with work-related car journeys 

  • Participate effectively in measures to reduce the risks that they might be exposed on the roads

CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accredited.

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