Meet your regulatory requirements with our work place Health & Safety courses . . .
A course designed to give students the confidence to risk assess manual handling tasks and perform said tasks within their workplace. Learners are taught both the theory and practical skills required for correct manual handling.
This course equips participants with the necessary skills and experience to safely use portable fire extinguishers and fire blankets in the workplace. It is mandatory in every workplace to have a Fire Marshal.
Designed to help all those who work with Display Screen Equipment (DSE) / Visual Display Unit (VDU) Workstations achieve the optimum working environment. Every workplace (including working from home) are subject to this requirement.
Bridge Training Services offers Refresher programmes for all courses offered. The purpose of revision is to refresh the knowledge and skills of individuals who have already received their certifications. Refresher courses need to be taken periodically, depending on the certification.
Onsite, one to one, in small groups, or on-line - call 061 290 457 to arrange work place training
What is 'Office Ergonomics' and the need to assess your work station ?
As technology has increased exponentially in office environments and at home 'Office Ergonomics' has been created as a framework on which to anchor our work place activities, taking into account our natural abilities as well as our inherent limitations. Designed to reduce the risk of eye strain and musculoskeletal disorders from bad posture (derived from long periods of sitting in one position) being proactive about 'Office Ergonomics' ensures not only optimum health and safety for all, but promotes many other positive work related efficiencies too.
Whether you’re working from home (HSA Guidance on Working From Home) or you have returned to the office, the Guide to the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Regulations 2007, Chapter 5 of Part 2 relate to the safety and health requirements for employees who use display screen equipment as a significant part of their normal work. Learn how to self-assess your own workstation by following this link.