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Premises Health and Safety - 04 March 2021

This session is ideal for school business managers, estates managers and those responsible for ensuring the premises do not present a risk to pupils, staff and visitors. The course covers both the premises related regulatory requirements and additional hazards that should be considered as part of your premises health and safety policy, maintenance, audit and monitoring. After the session you will be able to compare the course content, topics and ensure that your premises health and safety policy is suitable and sufficient and address and shortfalls.

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Cost: £99 + VAT (or free to HR SLA customers using promo code)

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Premises Health and Safety - 04 March 2021

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It is critical that all schools provide premises that do not present a risk to pupils, staff and visitors. This session is ideal for school business managers, estates managers and anyone involved in ensuring that their school premises are safe and maintained.

The training session provides an awareness of the premises related hazards that need to be considered within your school policy, resources and budgets. It sets out an overview of the mandatory requirements under statutory regulations, for matters such as; fire safety, gas, water hygiene, electrical safety, asbestos, lifting equipment/passenger lifts and contractor management. It also provides insights into additional hazards relevant to school premises, such as play areas/sports pitches, glazing, powered gates, floor conditions, waste management, lighting, server rooms and additional considerations.

Who is it for?

School Business Managers and Site Managers

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All


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