Manage your employee training with xCenta
At PIB Risk Management, we understand that training needs to be managed. Not only does effective management ensure that your employees stay current and that their training progress is tracked, it also means that you can demonstrate your company’s training record if you find yourself needing to defend your business, or yourself.
Our short, interactive health and safety courses ensure personnel have been adequately trained, helping employers demonstrate that they have fulfilled their legal duties and compliant. Scalable and intuitive, our E-learning courses can support the reduction and likelihood of accidents, ill-health and well-being of staff, helping to attract talent and maintain staff.
Our xCenta eLearning platform features:
- Multiple choice questions after each video.
- Random question generation from large bank to prevent cheating and collaboration.
- Automatic reporting of results to managers.
- Employee training history and results.
- Pass certificate printing.
Our xCenta system is an excellent way to organise your training. In very simple terms, you determine which employees need training, you can see when they did the training, you can check they passed any related “assessment” and you have a permanent record that is accessible online. If you want training carried out on a regular basis, then you can set the necessary reminders.
You can use xCenta for all your training needs, from induction training for all employees, to specialist topics affecting just a few people, or even to deliver training to external contractors before you allow them to work on your sites.
eLearning courses available in xCenta:
|1||Aggression and Violence||All Staff||Aggression and violence in the workplace can have a serious and long term impact on physical and mental wellbeing. This course will guide the learner through a variety of topics related to aggression and violence.|
|2||Alcohol Awareness for Managers||Managers||Excessive alcohol consumption can have a huge impact on the mental and physical wellbeing of any individual in a workplace. This course provides an overview on how to manage alcohol misuse in the workplace.|
|3||Asbestos Awareness for Managers||Managers||Asbestos can have a huge impact on the health of individuals within a workplace. This course provides an overview of asbestos awareness for managers.|
|4||Bullying and Harassment||All Staff||Asbestos can have a huge impact on the health of individuals within a workplace. This course provides an overview of asbestos awareness for managers.|
|5||Control of Substances Hazardous to Health||All Staff||Control of Substances Hazardous to Health is important within all industries. This course provides an overview of how to manage substances safely without endangering yourself, colleagues, or other individuals in the workplace.|
|6||Display Screen Equipment||All Staff||Display Screen Equipment is used in almost every modern workplace. This course provides an overview of what DSE is and how to manage DSE in a working environment.|
|7||Introduction to Electricity||All Staff||Electrical equipment and installations is a very common part of life, so it's important to ensure it is always being used safely. This course provides an overview of steps that you can take to ensure electrical equipment and installations are managed safely in the workplace.|
|8||Fire Marshal||All Staff||Fire Marshals play a crucial role in the safety of all workplaces. This course provides an overview of a fire marshal's responsibilities, and what it means to be a fire marshal.|
|9||Housekeeping||All Staff||Maintaining good housekeeping standards is an efficient way of controlling or removing hazards within a workplace. This course provides an overview of the purpose of good housekeeping, as well as some useful housekeeping tips.|
|10||Ladders and Stepladders||All Staff||Working at height using ladders or stepladders is very common in the workplace. This course provides an overview of how to stay safe when using ladders and some key tips for carrying out pre-checks prior to using a ladder.|
|11||Lone Working||All Staff||Employers have a responsibility to look out for the health, safety, and welfare of their employees and those impacted by their work. These responsibilities cannot be transferred to those who work alone. This course provides an overview of what lone working is, and the responsibilities that both employers and employees have in regards to lone working.|
|12||Manual Handling||All Staff||Manual Handling is one of the most common causes of injury at work. It leads to around 1 in 4 of all workplace injuries. This course provides an overview of the problems that manual handling can cause, and why it is so important to perform manual handling operations using the right technique.|
|13||Personal Protective Equipment||All Staff||Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is provided to the wearer to protect them against certain health and safety hazards. This course provides an overview of the responsibilities of both an employee and an employer when it comes to PPE, as well as providing information about the different types of PPE.|
|14||Safe Driving Module 1 - Introduction||All Staff||It's important that all individuals who drive are aware of the rules of the road and how to stay safe on the road. This course provides an overview of how to stay safe on the roads, including information about common hazards when driving.|
|15||Safe Driving Module 2 - Planning Your Journey||All Staff||When driving for work, it's important to carefully plan your journey. This course provides an overview of how to plan a safe journey, including information about managing adverse weather conditions and ensuring vehicle safety checks are performed.|
|16||Safe Driving Module 3 - Getting on the Road||All Staff||Before getting on the road, you must be familiar with a few important areas. This course provides an overview of how to stay safe on the road, including information about road signage and warning signs, as well as information about good practice.|
|17||Safety Signs||All Staff||It's important to know what certain signs, signals and symbols mean when working, as they are important to inform others who are working nearby about any hazards. This course provides an overview of the types of signs, as well as general tips for understanding safety signs.|
|18||Slips and Trips||All Staff||It's important to be aware of the risks associated with Slips and Trips. This course provides an overview of how slips and trips can occur, and some basic measures about how to avoid them.|
|19||Stress||All Staff||It's not unusual to have a level of pressure in the workplace. If this pressure is at a manageable level, it can be motivating for employees. However, excessive pressure results in stress, which can harm both individuals and productivity in a workplace. This course provides an overview of what stress is, and how to manage stress.|
|20||Understanding Hazards for Managers||Managers||A hazard is anything that has the potential to cause harm. Every workplace hazards, so it is important to be able to identify and control them. This course provides an overview of how to recognise hazards, as well as providing some information on how to understand hazards in the workplace.|
|21||Vehicle Transport||All Staff||Every year, there are accidents involving vehicles in the workplace. This course provides an overview of how accidents occur, including information about how to stay safe when driving and when parking, as well as some common hazards to look out for.|
|22||Drugs Awareness for Managers||Managers||An estimated 1.5 million people in the UK are addicted to prescription and over the counter drugs. This course provides an overview of drug awareness for managers, and how to approach substance misuse in the workplace.|
|23||Introduction to Mental Health Awareness for Managers||Managers||Poor mental health is a big concern in the workplace, and results in over 70 million working days being lost every year. This course provides an overview of the signs of poor mental health, as well as the responsibilities that a manager has when it comes to the mental health and wellbeing of employees.|
|24||Legionnaires for Managers||Managers||Legionella bacteria can cause a number of dangerous diseases. Because of this, it's important to have an awareness of the associated risks of Legionella. This course provides an overview of how Legionella can spread, and how to manage the risks.|
|25||Personal Protective Equipment for Managers.||Managers||Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is provided to protect individuals from harm. This course provides an overview of a manager's responsibilities when it comes to PPE, including ensuring that the correct PPE is available to everyone who needs it.|