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 Working Safely

To work safely is an interest and concern to both employers and employees. Even though most of the legal duties that an employer is obliged, law for health and safety is one of the few pieces of legislation that places the employer’s duties on the employees as well.

In this course, you will learn how to take care of three factors that might affect your work safety. First factor is Moral, making sure that you cause no harm to the people you work with. Second is legislative, because the law requires it and you must make sure that you do not do something forbidden by the law. Third, financial, making sure that your money is managed well.

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To work safely is of interest and concern to both employers and employees. Even though most of the legal duties that an employer is obliged, law for health and safety is one of the few pieces of legislation that places the employer’s duties on the employees as well.

In this course, you will learn how to take care of three factors that might affect your work safety. First factor is Moral, making sure that you cause no harm to the people you work with. Second is legislative, because the law requires it and you must make sure that you do not do something forbidden by the law. Third, financial, making sure that your money is managed well.

Section 2 of Health and Safety work act of 1974 states that no employer has to access all the risks to their employees while at work and putting place control measures including safe systems at work such as method statements and control measures to ensure a safe work environment. Section 7 and 8 of the Act states that, the employee’s duty is to cooperate with the employer to ensure that the employee can carry out these legal duties by the acts and regulations for health and safety.

Module List

No.Module NamePass %
1 Introducing Working Safely

75

2 Defining Hazard and Risk

100

3 Identifying Common Hazards

100

4 Improving Safety Performance

80

5 Protecting the Environment

80

6 Final Assessment

80

7 Hazard Perception

100

Systen Requirements
Operating System : Windows XP/7/8, Mac OSX (10.6)
Browser : Chrome 20+, Firefox 28+, Internet Explorer 9, Safari for Mac 5+
Video : Up-to-date video drivers
Memory : 1Gb+ RAM

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