Online Health & Safety 

One Day Online H&S Course

ECS H&S Exemption only £174.00 Inc VAT

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About the course

Safety Pass Alliance (SPA) Ltd specialises in crafting and executing Safety Passport Training Schemes.

The Safety Passport program consists of meticulously crafted training modules delivered via a extensive network of accredited training providers across the country.

MJ Training Solutions UK Ltd is approved to deliver the CORE H&S Safety day that can be used as a ECS health & safety exemption. When applying for or renewing an ECS card.

The SPA, are dedicated to uphold a universally recognised benchmark for Health and Safety training assurance. All the SPA courses are meticulously designed to equip participants with a comprehensive grasp of their workplace health and safety obligations, ensuring compliance with legal mandates, adherence to best practices in Health and Safety, and alignment with their organisation’s Health and Safety policies. 

The Aim of the Core H&S safety training day is to equip individuals with fundamental knowledge and delineating their roles in Health, Safety, and Environmental concerns, while emphasizing the far-reaching consequences of hazard identification and risk evaluation for both individuals and employers, all while illustrating the pivotal role of personal conduct in the concerted effort to minimise accidents.

Upon finishing the course, participants will emerge with a well-rounded grasp of the subject matter. They will exhibit their comprehension through the successful completion of module assessment papers, showcasing their expertise.

Furthermore, attendees will develop a profound awareness of their individual capacity to shape and uphold high standards in the realms of Health, Safety, and Environmental practices. They’ll recognize their pivotal role in fostering a culture of excellence in these crucial domains.

Moreover, participants will grasp the significance of risk assessment and possess the expertise to discern when alterations to a generic assessment are warranted. Armed with this knowledge, they’ll be capable of making informed decisions that enhance safety and efficiency.

Lastly, they will gain insight into the typical hazards that are associated with various workplaces, thereby enhancing their awareness and preparedness to tackle these challenges head-on.

MODULE 1: Organising for Safety

In Module 1, we delve into the realm of workplace safety, providing delegates with essential insights. We explore the legal responsibilities of both employers and employees, demystify the pivotal role of enforcing authorities, define what constitutes a vulnerable worker, and equip you with the tools to identify and control hazards effectively.

MODULE 2: The Workplace

Module 2 is all about crafting a secure environment for work. We dissect the anatomy of a safe workspace, emphasizing the importance of safe behaviors. Unveiling the hidden perils of concealed services and specific workplace hazards, we also tackle topics such as working at heights, dealing with asbestos, navigating confined spaces, and the indispensable permit-to-work process.

MODULE 3: Navigating Tools, Plant, and Machinery

In this session, Module 3, delegates gain a comprehensive understanding of the risks associated with both powered and non-powered work equipment. We explore the dangers posed by various forms of energy generation and delve into the hazards tied to workplace transport. Be prepared to assess and mitigate these risks effectively.

MODULE 4: Health

Module 4 spotlights health-related concerns in the workplace. We outline the risks and controls for substances hazardous to health, shedding light on other potential health issues stemming from workplace activities. Topics include musculoskeletal problems, the intricacies of manual handling, the effects of noise exposure, and stress management. We’ll also cover a range of preventive measures to safeguard your well-being.

MODULE 5: Procedures

In Module 5, candidates will discover the importance and advantages of well-defined procedures. We stress the significance of local emergency protocols and first aid arrangements. Learn how streamlined procedures can make a substantial difference in maintaining a safe and efficient work environment.

MODULE 6: The Environment

Module 6 ventures into the realm of environmental responsibility. We cover current and future environmental requirements, addressing safe storage practices, proper marking procedures, and the intricacies of waste control hierarchies. Additionally, we prepare you for emergency scenarios with comprehensive planning in case of unforeseen environmental challenges.

Here’s a breakdown of how your course day will unfold:

Core Day Details:

  • Date: Example January 1st, 2010
  • Start Time: Registration begins at 08:15 AM, and the training kicks off at 08:30 AM.
  • Approximate End Time: We aim to conclude around 4:00 PM, but this may vary depending on candidate needs.
  • Breaks and Refreshments: Expect regular breaks during the training, including a 30-minute lunch break.

Since your course will be conducted via MS Teams as Virtual Instructor-Led Training (vILT), it’s crucial to prepare your equipment and learning environment in advance.

Please Ensure You Have the Following Ready:

  • A desktop computer, laptop, or tablet with a clear camera and audio (speakers and microphone). Please note that mobile phones are not permitted.
  • Reliable internet access.
  • Consider booking a quiet, distraction-free room in your office for an optimal learning environment.
  • Access to the email account provided in the delegate’s information form.
  • Photographic proof of ID, such as a Driving Licence, SPA Card, or Passport.

Before the course start date, please complete and return the SPA Training Course Delegate Information Form. Additionally, email a digital ‘passport’-style head and shoulders photograph of yourself to including your full name and the course date(s).

Before the SPA Training Date, you’ll receive:

  • An email containing the Microsoft Teams link to join the course.
  • Your SPA course books will be sent via post to the address you provided on the delegate’s information form.

If you haven’t received the email link or SPA book at least three working days before the course start date, please contact us immediately.

On the Day of the Course:

  • Arrive early for registration and ensure you have:
    • Photographic proof of ID (Driving Licence, SPA Card, or Passport for the trainer’s review).
    • SPA Coursebooks.
    • Necessary supplies: glasses, pen, paper, and a drink.

During the Course:

  • Keep your camera and microphone on, ensuring clear visibility and audio.
  • Mobile phones must remain off, except in cases of connectivity issues when you need to communicate with the Trainer.
  • Maintain a quiet, distraction-free environment.
  • If you encounter connectivity issues lasting more than 20 minutes, please inform the Trainer. You may be redirected to an alternative course to minimize disruptions.

Assessment: When it’s time for your assessment:

  • Clear your desk of any course materials, notes, or course books.
  • You’ll receive an email with a link to a Microsoft Form to start your assessment.
  • During the assessment, ensure your microphone is muted.

Please be aware that successful candidates cannot receive passports without an NI number, and passport issuance is subject to cleared payment.


We currently have scheduled dates on the booking platform alternating Wednesdays and Fridays weekly. We run the courses to a maximum of 12 candidates at a time.

We are able to run additional dates including short notice bookings and weekends with a minimum of four candidates.

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