Every environment has the potential of a slips and trips hazard. ETD’s Slips and Trips course educates your employees in the implementation of good housekeeping…helping to reduce an accident at work – whilst making the workplace a much safer environment.
Slips and trips are one of the main causes for accidents in the workplace; however, these accidents can be easily prevented. This health and safety training course gives you the opportunity to meet legislation efficiently – helping your workforce understand the core principles behind a safer working environment.
The training is designed to fit the requirements of most organisations. Whether you work in a school, hospital, library, factory, shop or construction site this course has been designed for you – helping to reduce the potential of an accident at work!
It is no surprise that more than a third of all workplace injuries are the result<
Who the course is aimed at:
This course is suitable for all people across all sectors of work.
What does the course cover:
Contamination and Obstacles
And much more………
An understanding on what causes slips and trips
Know why it is important to prevent slips and trips.
Understand legislation relating to slips and trips.
Know what can be done to prevent slips and trips.
Understand risk assessments and their role in preventing and minimising the risk of slips and trips.
Know your role in preventing slips and trips.
Free Risk Assessment Forms.
Test and Certification:
At the end of the course you will be given a test of 20 multiple choice questions. The required pass rate is 85%.
You will be able to download and print (if required) a digital certificate on completion of the course.
Main course certificates last 3 years. (Refresher courses are available and recommended every 12 months).
All our courses have been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
Main Course: Approximately 30 minutes (excluding time taken for the final exams).
Refresher Course: Approximately 20 minutes (excluding time taken for the final exams).
There are no specific entry requirements for this course.