23 Apr 2020
As we all come together to battle against coronavirus, we are continuously looking for ways to support our clients as they fight back against COVID-19.
As part of our ongoing commitment, we are pleased to share four, free, eLearning courses designed by one of our partners, Learning Nexus, to help you, your employees, family and friends to stay informed and safe during these challenging times.
“Employee health, safety and well-being during this time is paramount” advises Daniel Luckett, Account Director at RPS. “As a registered training organisation, we facilitate skills development for a wide range of sectors and organisation types and understand that during this time employers need to be proactive in protecting their people and minimising the risk to staff which is why we were keen to share these useful videos produced by Learning Nexus”.
Sharing isn’t always caring: A short video that looks at the different ways viruses and infections can spread
A guide to effective hand washing: A short video outlining best hand washing practices to reduce the risk of infection
Infection control eLearning: Here we look at how infection control is viewed with a health and social care environment
Homeworking in extraordinary circumstances: An introduction to home working, covering common struggles, coping strategies and best practices.
Our Health, Safety and Risk Training services
We offer a comprehensive range of health, safety, environmental and risk management training services to a wide range of industries around the world. Our deep knowledge and expertise allows us to deliver a powerful blend of technical, operational and business know-how, combined with sector-specific regulatory and risk management skills. We can help you to deliver complex training requirements easily.
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