Health & Safety Training

Businesses and Employers have extensive duties under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. HMS offer a wide range of Health and Safety Training Courses and Health and Safety Consultancy nationwide to provide solutions to these duties/legal requirements in the act. We can arrange in-house training at your site wherever you are based in Ireland. We also run public courses in

Courses will resume when restrictions are lifted

Aim: To provide learners with the knowledge, skills and attitude to improve their knowledge of health and safety in the workplace.

(Please note: the course below will be tailored for your specific business type and will address the specific hazards in your workplace and industry.)

Course Content may include:
Session 1 Legislation
​Session 2 Accident prevention and accident reporting
​Session 3 The role of the first aider
Session 4 The role of the Safety Representative
​Session 6 Slips, Trips and falls management in the workplace.
Session 7 Knife safety in the workplace
​Session 8 Safety Signage
Session 9 Emergency procedure
Session 10 Assessment


Duration: 1-2 hours
Location: On-site
Numbers: 15 persons

Aim: To provide learners with the knowledge, skills and attitude to perform manual handling tasks safely in their work place.

Course Content:

Course Content:
Session 1 Legislation
Session 2 Anatomy
​Session 3 Risk Assessment.
Session 4 Biomechanics.
Session 5 Fitness & Flexibility.
Session 6 Posture
Session 7 Practical Assessment.

Duration: 3 hours
Location: On-site
Numbers: 12 persons

Aim: To develop the skills, knowledge and attitude which will promote correct fire safety awareness amongst learners. This course also involves a practical demonstration.

Course Content:

Course Content:
Session 1 Introduction to fire safety.
Session 2 Fire laws
Session 3 Fire in the home.
Session 4 ​Fire in business.
Session 5 ​Fire prevention.
Session 6 Fire ignition starters and chemistry.
Session 7 Fire extinguishers and fire safety equipment
Session 8 ​Fire safety alarms.
Session 9 Recap and exam.

Duration: 2-3 hours
Location: On-site
Numbers: 15 persons

Aim: An in-depth examination of the use of all visual display units (VDU) and display screen equipment (DSE) workstations. As with other equipment, overuse or incorrect use will almost certainly lead to difficulties for employees.
Requirement overview:
Chapter 5, Part 2 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations, 2007 states that “employers must ensure that the general use of workspace equipment is not a source of risk for the employee”.
This act also goes on to state that an employer must perform an analysis of the workstation in order to evaluate the safety and health conditions to which it gives rise for the employees, particularly as regards possible risks to eyesight, physical problems and problems of mental stress, and, on the basis of that evaluation, take appropriate measures to remedy any risks found.

Assessment Overview:

Detailed examination of each individual workstation
Analysis of environmental conditions
Recommendations and analysis of actions taking during assessment

Course particulars:

Assessment certification by HMS (max 30 Participants) Duration: Half- day Dates: Venue

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