About the Training

    This training provides an employee with the skills and knowledge to satisfy the businesses duties under health and safety law and make the work place a safer place. The employee will undertake the following courses:


    • Asbestos Awareness

    • Basic Fire Safety

    • Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)

    • Fire Extinguisher

    • Manual Handling Awareness Training

    • Working at height

    • Working Safely- Health and Safety- Level 2


    Who is this training for?

    Anyone who works in an manual working environment

    Manual worker Employee induction

    Training Cost - £99.00 +VAT

    How is the training delivered?

    Training is delivered via an online portal

    How will I be assessed?

    Each of the selected courses are set out in a modular format

    Learning Outcomes

    You will have knowledge of:


    • Working Safely
    • Asbestos Awareness
    • Fire Safety
    • Fire Extinguisher use
    • Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
    • Manual Handling and Working at height.

    Why is training important?

    The training is important because it is an employer's role to ensure that employees are given adequate training in health and safety to ensure theirs and others safety, welfare and wellbeing

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Are there any other packages available for my other employees in my business?
    Yes, please see the other online packages
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  • I am proud to say that we have worked with Machin & Toplass for 3 years. They have trained over 350 of my employees and 40 managers. Their ability to adapt to business requirements and their fresh approach to a boring subject clearly differentiates Machin & Toplass from most government regulated trainers.
    www. Skifrance.co.uk

    , Sergej Zelewitz, Catering Director

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