This training course will benefit anyone working where there is food. The programme focuses on the information that employees will need to know before they start work in a food environment or as part of induction.
Information and guidance on food safety
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We all have a responsibility as users of the highway whether as a pedestrian, cyclist, motorcyclist or car driver, to ensure that we follow the rules and guidance set out in the Highway Code.
The Road Safety Education unit works to reduce the number and severity of accidents on the roads by means of education, training and publicity.
This training course has been designed with supervisors and management in mind. It is intended to equip persons with adequate knowledge to ensure that their company operates in a hygienic and efficient manner. It is also necessary for anyone wishing to deliver hygiene training to their own staff. The industry guides to good hygiene practice indicate that supervisors/managers and people running their own business where high risk foods are handled should be educated to this level.
A list of all the training courses that Doncaster Corporate Health & Safety Training Team provide for members of the public. Course dates below:
This one-day training course (previously called appointed persons) will help you meet your regulatory requirements if your risk assessment indicates that first aid training covering emergency protocols only, is sufficient for your workplace.
First Aid techniques that are specific to infants aged 0 to 1, and children aged from 1 year old to the onset of puberty.
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