How to comply with the Food Information Regulations (FIR) 2014
December 2014 is when the Regulations (FIR) came into force - it's all about having allergen controls in the business and the communication of allergen information to consumers.
We can provide businesses with our popular half day Food Allergen training session, to help you and your staff understand how to comply with the FIR Regulations.
This course will benefit all those at a supervisory level, providing a thorough understanding of health and safety emphasising the importance of monitoring staff and controls. It also details the need for a structured management approach to health and safety and the key factors in implementing health and safety policy.
Accidents and illness can result in disability, death or incapacity for work. The supervisor is in an ideal position to influence, monitor and train employees. They can also ensure that managers are informed, persuaded, encouraged or pressured into providing for better health and safety standards.
Introduction to health and safety
Accidents in the workplace
Ill health in the workplace
Health and safety organisation and management
The role of supervisors
Demonstrate an understanding of the main concepts of health and safety
Show awareness of the benefits of health and safety culture
Explain the roles and responsibilities of individuals, supervisors and management in health and safety
Demonstrate an understanding of health and safety control and improvement strategies available to supervisors
Basic knowledge of health and safety issues such as the Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace qualification or equivalent
60 Question Multiple Choice Exam
Refreshment recommended every 3 years
Level 4 Award in Health & Safety in the Workplace
*Courses are offered on an in-house basis or can be arranged for group bookings
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