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A guide to Health & Safety DVDs, Fire Safety DVDs at Risk Assessment Products.

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We provide a whole array of health and safety dvds and fire safety dvds to suit all requirements for those providing training, whether it be for safety training consultants or workplace health and safety managers.

Health & Safety DVD’s

To help the retention of information for learners for later implementation in the workplace. Our health and safety training DVDs are known for high-production quality and values without compromising on affordable prices.

We provide a range of health and safety dvd’s from manual handling, coshh, DSE to working at heights. We also provide multilingual dvds for workplaces requiring them.

We have learnt over the years that there are several requirements for workplace safety and some will require bespoke training requirements. This is why we have introduced the following ranges:

  • Budget Range – ideal for those on a budget and requiring a quick introduction to basic safety measure.
  • Introduction – ideal for site, workplace inductions.
  • Top Tips - A toolbox talk style look at the general Health & Safety tips your employees should be aware of on a day to day basis.
  • Multilingual – ensuring you safety message requirements are understood by all.
  • Safety Training Collections – for those requiring a safety training library such as a retail outlet or large construction companies.
  • Training Information Packs - Health and Safety, Fire Safety Training packs - including training dvd, powerpoint presentation, accompanying trainer's handbook, quiz and certificates.

Fire Safety DVDs

We also provide a range of fire safety dvds covering fire evacuation, fire prevention and the role of the fire warden.

If you have a specific requirement you wish to discuss, please email sales@risk-assessment-products.co.uk and we would be happy to help.

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