Our consultancy and training can be taken advantage of via our online e-learning courses. We offer a comprehensive range of online courses including:
This highly interactive course approved by UKATA (The United Kingdom Asbestos Association) explains the history, hazards and risks surrounding Asbestos Containing Materials outlining the potential locations of materials in buildings and plant. The course also details the relevant legislation & emergency procedures.
Anyone who may come into contact with Asbestos containing materials, particularly those involved with the maintenance, restoration or demolition of buildings built before the year 2000. On successful completion of this course you will receive a UKATA Certificate. Note that this is an Awareness course it is designed to provide Delegates with an understanding of asbestos ONLY, it does not provide information on how to carry out ANY work with asbestos it is aimed at workers who are likely to be exposed to asbestos but not intentionally work with asbestos
Find out more about this course and purchase online here.
This UKATA course that we are advertising, is sold under license from CBES Ltd who is the UKATA approved Professional Member,UK1501A, and that Total Risk Solutions are a division of CBES LTD for this classification of training, Asbestos Awareness, Non Licensable Work with Asbestos including NNLW.
This highly interactive CPD accredited course, explains the history, hazards and risks surrounding Asbestos Containing Materials outlining the potential locations of materials in buildings and plant and details the relevant legislation & emergency procedures. In addition this designer’s course explains the legal duty to manage asbestos in buildings, a designer’s duties under the CDM 2015 regulations, the general principles of prevention, the types of asbestos removal works, asbestos surveys and key considerations before, during and after asbestos removal works from a designer’s standpoint.
Those tasked with any design work which may consequently expose others to asbestos containing materials. On successful completion of this course you will receive a CPD Certificate.
This highly interactive CPD accredited course, explains the history, hazards and risks surrounding Asbestos Containing Materials outlining the potential locations of materials in buildings and plant. The course details the relevant legislation & emergency procedures.
In addition this management level course explains the legal duty to manage asbestos in buildings, types of asbestos removal works and key considerations before, during and after asbestos removal works.
Those tasked with managing asbestos removal works on site, trades personnel who may come into contact with asbestos. On successful completion of this course you will receive a CPD Certificate.
Long recognised as bad practice Bribery is regrettably still a part of modern business in many countries. The UK enacted its ‘Bribery Act’ in 2010 and it represents one of the toughest pieces of legislation introduced to date, with harsh penalties for both individuals and corporations. In this program we will look at the issues surrounding bribery, instructing you in the correct procedures to avoid bribery and explaining what is and what is not legal in terms of the Act.
All managers & employees employed in a position where bribery could occur.
This CPD accredited e-learning course outlines the key points of the CDM 2015 regulations and explains the impact for duty holders at all levels, providing guidance and clear advice on how to fulfil their duties whilst staying legally compliant.
Clients, Architects Principal Designers, Principal Contractors, Designers, Contractors, Health & Safety Managers
A single click can bring down your company... viruses, spyware, adware, ransom ware - the threats are legion. Join us as we explore the world of cyber security and provide you with knowledge, tips and strategies to safeguard both yourself & your organisation from cyber attack. On successful completion of this course you will receive a CPD Certificate.
Office workers, office managers
The most common cause of injury at work - Slips, trips and falls cause 40 per cent of all specified non fatal injuries and can also lead to other types of serious accidents. They are the most reported injury to members of the public. In this module we’ll look at the hazards and risks that slips and trips pose and see through real world case studies, the human, legal and financial costs they present and offer tips and strategies to help you to manage, combat and minimise the risks.
All managers & employees employed in a position where slips & trips could occur.
Level: Introductory - intermediate
Electrocution, explosion, fire, drowning, crush injuries, just some of the many injuries and tragic events that may result from coming into contact with underground services. In this course we examine the hazards and risks of subsurface excavation, highlighting the vital importance of background research, visual observation and site survey prior to performing any excavation works.
The course includes real world case studies highlighting what went wrong, why it happened and the consequences for those involved. Video footage introduces the use of the CAT (Cable Avoidance Tool) and signal generator. The course also includes a look at safe digging practices, the basic steps to take in the event of an emergency and provides information on the many helpful internet resources which relate to Underground Services.
This course applies to construction professionals who are responsible for managing digging operations.
With over 1700 people dying in road incidents every year the risks associated with driving are significant and must be taken seriously. This program is designed to educate company drivers on the key responsibilities and risks surrounding driving for business purposes, thereby helping organisations minimise incidents and collisions and avoid the consequent human, legal & reputational costs which often result. On successful completion of this course you will receive a CPD Certificate.
Those whose role involves driving for business and in particular fleet drivers.
Falls from height remain the most common cause of workplace fatality, accounting for 26% of the annual total in 2015/16. In order to prevent injury the Work At Height Regulations came into force on 6th April 2005. In this course we examine the requirements of the regulations, define the responsibilities of both employers and employees and explore the access and safety equipment that is available to help you make the best choice to ensure that you and/or those under your control carry out works at height in safe, professional and legally compliant manner.
This course applies to all operatives who are involved in carrying out work at height e.g. solar panel installers, satellite TV installation engineers, cavity wall installers, roofers, builders etc.
Level: Introductory - Intermediate