New E-Learning Health and Safety Training Solutions Launch Ahead of Food Safety Week

Ahead of Food Safety Week (June 19), solutions-driven health and safety specialist and risk manager, Gauntlet Health and Safety, has launched a suite of exciting and relevant e-learning modules that caterers and food manufacturers can access for assistance in training their teams.

 

The new Gauntlet E-learning programme delivers online courses in various aspects of health and safety, including food hygiene, fire safety, first aid, machinery safety, slips and trips and electrical safety, which are all relevant to those working in the catering sector.

 

30 different modules are available online at www.gauntlethealthandsafety.com and all deliver legally compliant health and safety training, which can be undertaken at any location and at any time, within working hours or at home.

 

Kitchen or production teams do not have to leave the premises to learn and can quickly cover the modules, as the training is high impact and easy-to-comprehend thanks to the use of video and 3G animation.  This is backed by interactive testing of the trainee’s knowledge and comprehension, following information delivery.

 

Managers can monitor employees’ progress via a user-friendly dashboard and, once training is completed satisfactorily, the system automatically generates training records and certificates.  Nationally recognised training qualifications are available from Gauntlet E-learning, which reduces the time and administration associated with training, at a much lower cost than other comparable options.

 

Customers can request a no-obligation free trial and pay for modules as and when needed, if they wish to sign up.  Licences covering a required number of employees can be bought, ensuring all team members have their health, safety and wellbeing better protected and can keep the public safer.

 

Gauntlet’s health and safety manager, Andrew Scott, says: “Our new suite of Gauntlet E-learning modules takes the pain out of health and safety in the kitchen, by clearly communicating the key learning points, making the timing of training completely flexible and reducing the administrative burden on whoever the ‘responsible person’ is within the business.

 

“Food hygiene should be a top priority, given the damage to a venue’s reputation that can result from poor management of this area, so we expect our food hygiene module to be very popular in the coming weeks.  It will quickly enable a team to become compliant, acquire evidence that proves training took place and minimise risk. It’s an easy-to-use online solution that no eatery or catering team should overlook.”

 

The Gauntlet E-learning training modules can be accessed within minutes at www.gauntlethealthandsafety.com whether you need training in food hygiene, asbestos, legionella, hazardous substances handling, or much more.                                                                                      

 

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