Across various sectors from food hygiene to health and safety training, Train4Academy can provide e-learning courses for individuals and businessess.
We do provide a large selection of food hygiene courses and diverse choice of online business training but do please contact us if you need any further assistance when it comes to picking the right course.
The use of abrasive wheels is regulated by the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) This Act states that it is a legal requirement for those using potentially dangerous equipment to be appropriately trained. Almost half of all accidents are due to operator error or unsafe systems. This course is an essential requirement for all who use abrasive wheels in the course of their work.
The reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013, puts the responsibilities for reporting accidents in the workplace onto the “responsible person”, usually owners, managers and supervisors in the smaller companies. All who report to the HSE (Health and Safety Executive), must know about the changes recently made, what must be reported and how to do it. This is vital knowledge for all employers or who are involved in supervising staff.
Businesses organisations and individuals who want to sell or supply alcohol in England and Wales, must have a license. This course will help you to understand the law, and to understand the responsibilities of a personal license holder, whether in a permanent property, such as a bar or restaurant or at temporary events.
In Scotland the sale of alcohol is governed by The Licensing (Scotland) Act of 2005. This course outlines the law as it applies to Scotland and understand how to apply for a license, the mandatory licensing conditions, and the responsibilites of Designated Premises Managers.
All who are involved with preparing food must understand the dangers of allergens and the importance of correct handling. They must be aware of the 14 main allergens and where they may be used in food. This course is most important and addresses the need for all to be trained in this important topic.
There are between 20 – 30 deaths from anaphylaxis (a serious allergic reaction) in the UK each year, and 6% of children suffer with food allergies. Therefore, it is essential that anyone who works within the food manufacturing industry has a good working knowledge and understanding of these food hazards. This course covers how to handle these foods safely in the production, delivery, storage, preparation, dispatch and sales of food.
Terrorists require funds, and in order to prevent them benefiting from honest sources, the Money Laundering Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017 was passed. This course will help those who handle finances to understand the implications of this law and how they can play their part in preventing terrorists receiving funding illegally.
If your business premises pre-dates 2000, asbestos could be present. If premises need refurbishment or maintenance work, asbestos particles could be disturbed, releasing dangerous particles into the air. Anyone who works in such a building, including anyone carrying out maintenance needs to be aware of how to protect themselves and others.