ProCompliance Gains ROSPA Assurance
For any organisation, ensuring the safety, health, and well-being of employees should be a top priority. One way to demonstrate a commitment to safety and meeting your legal responsibility is by providing high-quality staff training. How do you know if the training you are purchasing for your staff really means the high standards you set out throughout the rest of your business? You make sure that an approval body assures the training, and there is no one better than the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). This assurance on 10 of our most popular courses signifies our dedication to helping organisations achieve high standards of safety and prevent accidents.
Understanding RoSPA Assurance
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a renowned UK-based charity and leading voice in all things Health and Safety. They are committed to reducing accidents and improving safety standards across various sectors. RoSPA Assurance is an esteemed accreditation that recognises high-quality content that aids companies in managing risks and protecting their staff from harm.
ProCompliance is a leader in online safety and compliance training and sets the benchmark for quality and service. With a diverse range of clients, we understand the critical role that safety and risk management play in business operations.
Newly RoSPA Assured courses:
- Fire Awareness
- Fire Warden
- Manual Handling
- Working at Height
- General Health & Safety
- Food Hygiene Level 1
- Food Hygiene Level 2
- Slips, Trips & Falls
- Display Screen Equipment (DSE)
- Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (CoSHH)
Gaining RoSPA assurance is no small feat. It requires a thorough evaluation of training content and systems to ensure that the subjects are engaging for the end-users. The assurance means that RoSPA supports ProCompliance’s training content, and assures that it will equip each user with the necessary knowledge to help their organisations meet implemented safety and risk management practices, and shows a genuine commitment to safety.
We recognise the significance of this accreditation and see it as an opportunity to give organisations peace of mind in a crowded market. Safety is a collective responsibility, and our courses are designed to educate employees about best practices and potential risks in the workplace. By providing workforces with the relevant knowledge to help reduce risk and ingrain safety into their DNA.
ProCompliance’s journey to gaining RoSPA Assurance showcases our unwavering commitment to helping organisations meet their safety and compliance requirements. Through offering high-quality content and a simple management system, organisations can rest easy when they choose ProCompliance.
A risk assessment is a fundamental process within the realm of workplace health and safety, aimed at identifying, evaluating, and mitigating potential hazards and dangers that employees may encounter within their daily duties.
Conducting a risk assessment in the workplace is not only a legal requirement, but also a responsible and ethical practice, as it helps prevent accidents, injuries, and even fatalities, whilst safeguarding a company’s assets, reputation, and productivity.
The Deafening Dilemma: How “Loud Labouring” and “Quiet Quitting” are Straining the Workplace Two contrasting yet equally damaging phenomena have
Understanding the Dynamics of how a Fire Spreads in the Workplace Fire is a powerful force of nature that, when