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Legionnaires' Awareness
iAM Learning
20 mins
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Course OverviewLegionella training is an essential part of all workplace risk management and is vital for those who work in building management, design and maintenance. In some jurisdictions it is not mandatory to have, but in the UK, safety regulators including the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) and Care Quality Commission (CQC) expect people with responsibility for the control of Legionella and Legionnaires’ disease to have the correct training that allows them to undertake their duties safely and effectively. Anyone with the responsibility for the control of Legionella, MUST be competent to do their job. Target AudienceGeneral Audience / All Levels Learning ObjectivesUnderstand what Legionnaires’ disease isIdentify where legionella bacteria are foundUnderstand what it does and how it affects people’s healthBe aware of the Bath Hospital Case studyIdentify legionella risks in the workplaceUnderstand the role of the responsible person (my duties)Identify and assess sources of riskManage, prevent and control the riskUnderstand treatments for Legionnaires’ diseaseHave knowledge of the key legislation in relation to the control of legionellaOutline the requirements, actions and records you need to keepKnow the actions and controls to implement Business OutcomesExposure to legionella can result in people contracting Legionnaires’ disease, a potentially fatal form of pneumonia. So, whether you are a technician, manager, duty holder or you have been appointed the Legionella Responsible Person then you have a duty of care to prevent legionella and must be able to demonstrate that you have the appropriate level of knowledge and be competent to do the job required of you.
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How to Have a Conversation about Mental Health
iAM Learning
5 mins
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Course OverviewIn today’s world, it’s can be hard to get your point across. Everybody is busy. We’re so used to ‘on-demand’, well, everything, that when it comes to discussing mental health, people just don’t seem to have the time, because they assume that it’s going to be long winded, and then people get despondent if there’s no quick fix.The reality is, they’re right. Improving mental health can take significant time. But that’s no reason to ignore the problem. In fact, it’s all the more reason to begin today.This is an opportunity to give you something quick and effective to really motivate you. In today’s world, it’s can be hard to get your point across. Everybody is busy. There’s no quick fix for mental health and people get despondent if there’s no quick fix.It’s time to start a conversation. Target AudienceGeneral Audience / All Levels Learning ObjectivesSimple tips to make those tough conversations easier to havePractical steps you can put in place that will make a difference immediatelyA deeper understanding of the complexity of mental health and how to start conversations with those who need helpBusiness OutcomesThis is an opportunity to give you something quick and effective to really motivate you. In today’s world, it’s can be hard to get your point across. Everybody is busy. There’s no quick fix for mental health and people get despondent if there’s no quick fix.It’s time to start a conversation.
INTERACTIVE
Working at Heights
iAM Learning
20 mins
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Course OverviewHave you ever wondered how they titivate the Eiffel Tower or get to the top of rockets to clean the windows? Yeah, well neither have we. I mean, it’s important stuff, astronauts do need to see where they’re going, and that French fancy would rust away without the proper upkeep. Whatever. What’s more important though is keeping you and your staff safe when working at height. Did you know that working at height remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries? It’s true. If precautions aren’t taken, a person could fall and end up seriously injured, or even dead. The made-up book “Health-n-Safety-Pedia” by British London Books defines working at height as: work in any place where, if precautions were not taken, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury. It, and this course, also mentions control measures, PPE, risk assessments, walking-the-plank (maybe not that bit), as well as the do’s and don’ts of working at height. Target AudienceGeneral Audience / All Levels Learning ObjectivesSafety precautionsPreparing to protectRegulatory informationDo’s and don’ts of working from heightRisk assessmentsControl measuresEquipment you might needBusiness OutcomesAs the responsible person or employer, you have a duty of care to take every reasonable precaution to ensure maintenance staff, building workers and the public are protected from lifting hazards, and you must have measures in place to manage them effectively. This course will give you sufficient knowledge to be able to assess hazards in terms of occupational health & safety, and to manage the environment to help keep personnel safe from harm, allowing them to undertake their duties safely and effectively.
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Asbestos Awareness
iAM Learning
20 mins
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Course OverviewAsbestos is dubbed by many H&S practitioners as the silent killer. And you can see why. There’s no cure for asbestos-related diseases, buildings still contain it and once it’s in the air you can’t detect it. If you breathe it in, then it could be fatal. And because it was so widely used throughout the 20th century, it presents a threat to maintenance staff, building workers and the public. Which is why iAM Asbestos Awareness training is an essential part of all personnel and workplace compliance training. Treat this course as part of your business contingency plan to protect you, your business and your workers from harm.Target AudienceGeneral Audience / All LevelsLearning ObjectivesUnderstand the history behind asbestos and its legacyUnderstand how it affects people’s healthDemonstrate procedures to deal with an emergency, e.g. an uncontrolled release of asbestos dust into the workplaceDeal with an exposure or discovery of asbestosHow to avoid the risk of exposure to asbestosDemonstrate a knowledge of relevant legislationComplete risk assessmentsExplain & put into place safe systems of work, e.g. safe methods and proceduresDemonstrate knowledge of the correct personal protective equipment (PPE) and be aware of occupational hygiene matters associated with asbestos handlingAssess risks posed by the type and condition of building materials that contain asbestosOutline the requirements & records needed to be compliantBusiness Outcomes As the responsible person or employer, you have a duty of care to take every reasonable precaution to ensure maintenance staff, building workers and the public are protected from asbestos, and you must have measures in place to manage the hazards effectively. This course will give you sufficient knowledge to be able to assess asbestos hazards in terms of occupational health & safety, and to manage the environment to help keep personnel safe from harm, allowing them to undertake their duties safely and effectively.
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