Keep Your Staff Safe â€¢ CPD & ROSPA Accredited
Workplace hazards and safety concerns is a real thing. And there are tons of different kinds of dangers that are found in the workplaces, while most of them are preventable, they are certainly unavoidable. One of the common workplace dangers and hazards that could present harm and endanger the lives of your employees are: manual handling dangers, environmental and workplace hazards and some of them arenâ€™t just exclusive to workplaces but also our homes such as fire incidents among the others that could occur anywhere.
Granted that workplace hazards and incidents cannot be neglected, neglecting would also mean risking the safety of those who work at the workplace and in a business perspective risking a possibility of damage to goods, equipment and other workplace items with not preparing for something that could possibly be prepared for.
The standards to workplace safety are upheld by organizations trusted by different industries. Being accredited by organizations named:
- RoSPA(The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents), the heart of accident prevention in the UK, UK’s leading safety organization, RoSPA’s wide range of occupational safety training courses reflects our passion, expertise and leadership in the area. They promote safety and the prevention of accidents at work, at leisure, on the road, in the home and through safety education.
- CPD (Continuing Professional Development) is applicable to so many people, from different backgrounds and professions. There are no fixed or standard approaches to Continuing Professional Development training and learning, but outcomes of CPD learning should always be clearly apparent and applicable. CPD combines different methodologies to learning, such as training workshops, conferences and events, e-learning programs, best practice techniques and ideas sharing, all focused for an individual to improve and have effective professional development.
Having these two organizations accreditation ensures that the quality that the training providers provide is legitimately good whether itâ€™d be online or not. The combination of being RoSPA approved would mean occupational hazard safety standards being upheld and CPD approved would mean having the teaching and learning methods being effective for the general crowd.