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Train your staff, develop your business, meet your legal obligations. Accredited, enjoyable training in health and safety, food safety, first aid, health and social care and management development.
Train your staff, develop your business, meet your legal obligations. Accredited, enjoyable training in health and safety, food safety, first aid, health and social care and management development.

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All our food safety courses comply with the new Allergen Regulations 2014 giving you the assurance of great quality training following current legislation.
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A brand, accredited Level 2 Award in Food Safety for Childcare and Education. The first one in the UK. Ideal for all childcare professionals.
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Could you save a life? Our MD did thanks to first aid training she'd received. The gentleman made a full recovery! 
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E-learning Level 2 food hygiene now available - accredited, level 2 courses, quick and convenient to complete. 
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Why do you need Food Safety Training?
Food business operators are required by law, to ensure that food handlers receive appropriate supervision and instruction/training in food hygiene in line with their work activity.  This training should enable them to handle food safely.  This protects customers, staff and the business. 
So what sort of training do food handlers need?
It may be that on-the-job training will give them the information and knowledge they require.  However most companies prefer to train all their staff to a recognised standard.  The most popular training is the Level 2 Award in Food Safety.  It is also generally recognised that staff who are well trained are more motivated to practice high food safety practices.  
What other training does the owner of a food business need?
The person who has overall responsibility for the Food Safety within the premises must have suitable training. Depending on the size of the business this may be a Level 2 Award in Food Safety or a Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety.
It is also a legal requirement for food businesses to have an established Food Safety training regime an important part of the food safety culture.  The person responsible for developing and maintaining the business' food safety management procedures must have received adequate training to enable them to do this.
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NEW Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Childcare & Education course
Great Introductory Offer

 This Level 2 Food Safety course:
Meets legal requirements
Accredited
Accepted by Environmental Health & OfSTED
Courses delivered on your site at a time to suit you
What does the course cover?
Causes of food poisoning in a childcare & Education setting
Contamination
Micro-organisms
High Risk Foods in a childcare & Education setting
Cooking, chilling and re-heating
Preventing food poisoning in a childcare & Education setting
Personal hygiene
Cleaning and disinfection
Pest control
Premises & equipment
HACCP and Safer Food Better Business 

This course is being offered to schools, colleges and nurseries that we feel may benefit from it.  It can be delivered at your place of work for a hugely discounted rate before its launch in July on our website.  
 
Contact Gillian on 01780 766461 or gillian@simply-training.co.uk between now and the end of June for our very best prices.
 
For details of our other courses in First Aid, Health & Safety, please see our website  www.simply-training.co.uk
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Why do we need Moving & Handling Training?

If you look after someone with an illness or a disability, you may need to help them move around.It's essential that you know about safe moving and handling so you don't hurt yourself or them.

The most common injuries that carers experience are back injuries, which affect more than a million people in the UK. Injuring your back will limit your movement and your ability to care for someone. It could take a long time for you to recover.
Lifting someone incorrectly can also damage fragile skin, cause shoulder and neck injuries, increase existing breathing difficulties or cause bruising or cuts.

Using the correct procedures can help to prevent damage and serious injuries to you and the people you care for.
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How to write a Health & Safety Policy
Describing how you will manage health and safety in your business will let your staff and others know about your commitment to health and safety. This will be your health and safety policy. It should clearly say who does what, when and how.
If you have five or more employees, you must have a written policy.
The policy does not need to be complicated or time-consuming.
A policy will only be effective if you and your staff follow it and review it regularly.
To help you, the HSE have created a template thttp://www.hse.gov.uk/simple-health-safety/write.htm. The template also includes a section for your risk assessment so that you can record everything in one document.
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