EssentialSkillz to give away £50,000 of free Health & Safety eLearning at NEC Health & Safety Event
28 February 2017
EssentialSkillz, an industry leader providing high quality health and safety eLearning, is once again attending the NEC Health and Safety Event.
To promote the launch Courses123.com, their new PAYG website which offers instant access to online training courses 24/7 to SME’s and individuals, EssentialSkillz are giving away 500 vouchers each worth £100 in eLearning credit to attendees at the show.
Julian Roberts, CEO stated: “Courses123 is our direct access offer, giving SME’s and individual contractors access to the same high quality online Health & Safety training that is available to our larger corporate customers who use our O-LAS Learning Management System to roll it out. We want to give smaller employers attending the show the chance to use the system for free and see the benefits of PAYG eLearning.”
The company will also be showcasing its other eLearning and compliance solutions. These include WorkWize, a web based Compliance Management System designed to make writing, rolling out and enforcing company policies a simple process with minimal resource requirements. If Policy control is a hot topic then you can learn more by attending their free webinar “How to ensure Compliance with your policies & procedures” It’s scheduled for Friday 3rd March at 10am.
If DSE Compliance is top of your to do list then on Friday 17th March Julian will be taking a look at “How to improve DSE Risk Management in large organisations.”
Large organisations can often struggle to manage the resolution of all the risks identified during an annual DSE assessment.
ErgoWize is an online assessment system designed to provide a complete solution, including the ability to assist employees in the self-resolution of risks, coupled with a full audit trail and reporting suite to ensure compliance is uniformly recorded across the organisation.
EssentialSkillz are on stand G29 at the show which runs from the 21st to the 23rd March at the NEC.