Socially Distanced Health and Safety Courses
Remote learning might be the perfect solution if you’re looking for socially distanced health and safety courses for your staff this year.
Andrew Whittle, 18 Jan 2021.
The global pandemic has forced us to put so many things in our life that we love to do on hold. You can’t go to the football to cheer on your team at the weekend or go for a nice meal at your favourite restaurant with your family. Holiday plans have been cancelled and you’ve even had to become a part-time teacher at home!
One thing that doesn’t have to be put on hold however is your health and safety training.
That’s because training can now be delivered remotely though the magic of the internet, using video conferencing tools like Zoom and Skype.
Your legal responsibilities haven’t diminished during the pandemic, in fact they have probably become more diverse so there has never been a better time to take your next course
Remote learning is an ideal way to train your staff while they are working from home as it means they don’t have to come into close contact with each other, potentially putting lives in danger.
Even without all the health and safety benefits it also has other advantages that might make it more commonplace in the future. Visit our remote learning page to find out more.