While correctly using PPE can help prevent some exposures in the workplace, it should not take the place of other preventative measures. Examples of PPE include gloves, googles, respiratory protection. Use of PPE may already be required in many workplaces to address occupational health and safety risks, for example exposure to hazardous chemicals such as asbestos. However, in the context of Covid-19 risk, employers must provide PPE and protective clothing to workers in accordance with identified Covid-19 exposure risks and in line with Public Heath advice. Workers must be trained in the proper use, cleaning, storing and disposal of PPE. This training programme will provide workers with information on how to safely put on and remove PPE, the proper use of PPE and how to dispose of it correctly. Information will also be provided on the cleaning and storing of PPE if required.
This training will be delivered online and requires a computer/device connected to the internet and is running on a web browser. The course contains audio so participants will require headphones or speakers plugged into the computer or device to listen to it.
The course covers 4 topics as required by the Covid-19 Specific National Protocol for Employers and Workers. Approximate duration 1.5 hours.
After completing all topics, participants will take an assessment to test their knowledge. Once each assessment for each topic is completed, participants can proceed to download a certificate of completion. This should be available for inspection if required.
30.00 Euro per person, funding available by Next Level Funding to reduce the cost to 18.00 Euro per person.
Group bookings can also be arranged, please email email@example.com for more information.
This course has been approved by Next Level Skillnet for funding. Next Level Skillnet members are given financial support with training costs (fee subvention) for their employees. This can be as much as 45% of the course cost.
Becoming a member of our network is easy. There is no membership fee required however your company must match the following criteria:
– Your company must not be a public-sector company.
– Your company must either be paying employee’s fees directly or else reimbursing employees that pay their own fees.