This Health and Safety for Catering Supervisors course aims to help supervisors understand their responsibilities in regards to health and safety law so that they can efficiently identify hazards, follow appropriate control measures and keep themselves and others in the workplace safe from harm. This includes their responsibility for training employees, maintaining standards and enforcing a positive health and safety culture at work.
This course is designed to provide Supervisors with the knowledge, or refresher training, needed in order provide a safe working environment within their sites. This includes an understanding of legal responsibilities, accident prevention and an overview of some of the key areas of workplace health and safety. To understand the risks associated with the workplace and work equipment; fire and explosion; electricity; working at height; vehicles; violence, drugs and alcohol; hazardous substances; noise and vibration; and manual handling.
The Aim of the course is that Cityserve Catering supervisors will understand their responsibilities under current health and safety legislation. To be able to complete and understand the importance of workplace risk assessments and how to personalize them to make them relevant to their own sites To understand the correct procedure for reporting accidents and why it's essential to report and investigate accidents. To know how to deal with employee welfare and wellbeing, motivation, staff training, first aid and emergency procedures.. To be able to complete required forms and records required by Cityserve