This new EU initiative, designed to promote sustainability in the EU and globally, will impact companies in the EU and beyond. Here’s how you can get ready for it

The Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) is a new piece of legislation that will have far-reaching implications for EU companies and all companies doing business in the EU. It wants to ensure that companies operate sustainably and responsibly. The reporting requirements will be stringent and are designed to get companies to protect the environment, maintain social justice and promote a stronger, sustainable economy.

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Preventing slips, trips and falls is vital to protect health and safety at work.

This guides covers;

  • What happens if there is a slip, trip or fall?
  • How do slips happen?
  • Case studies: When things go wrong
  • Top risks for slips, trips and falls
  • Preventing slips, trips and falls
  • Conducting a risk assessment
  • Slips, trips and falls hazard checklist
  • What to do next to prevent slips, trips and falls

Your Guide to Manual Handling at Work

In every business there is the possibility of accidents or risks occurring as a result of unsafe working practices. Workplaces can expose people to hazards such as slips and trips, manual handling, dangerous machinery, electricity, exposure to hazardous substances, falls from height, noise and stress to name a few.

This Guide covers;

  • What is manual handling?
  • The Types of manual handling
  • Risks of getting it wrong
  • Hazards in manual handling

Your Guide to Harmful and Hazardous substances at work

A substance hazardous to health is a substance or mixture with the potential to cause harm if they are inhaled, ingested, or come into contact, or are absorbed through the skin.

Nearly 20% of workers in the EU reported being exposed to chemical products or substances for at least a quarter of their working time, a proportion practically unchanged since 2000, and 15% report breathing in smoke, fumes, powder or dust at work according to the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work.
This Guide covers;

  • What are hazardous substances?
  • The risks of hazardous substances
  • The hierarchy of prevention
  • Carrying out a COSHH risk assessment
  • What to do next on Harmful and hazardous substances at work?

Preventing slips, trips and falls is vital to protect health and safety at work

This guides covers:

  • What happens if there is a slip, trip or fall?    
  • How do slips happen?    
  • Case studies: When things go wrong    
  • Top risks for slips, trips and falls
  • Preventing slips, trips and falls    
  • Conducting a risk assessment    
  • Slips, trips and falls hazard checklist    
  • What to do next to prevent slips, trips and falls

Making sure third parties comply with H&S

A well-functioning supply chain is critical to keeping business operations running successfully, from the products they sell to the services they offer consumers. This involves not only having a supply chain that is productive operationally, but also carries out its activities legally and ethically

This guide will discuss what due diligence is, the importance of health and safety due diligence in your supply chain, and how health and safety courses can play a part when carrying out due diligence.

Authoring Tool Language Support

In an increasingly interconnected world, businesses need a global reach. We can help you build
one.

Using the Adapt authoring tool, DeltaNet’s extensive range of courses can be translated into over
100 different languages, so regardless of location or language preference, you can provide your
employees with the right training.

Maintaining health and safety standards in the new working world

In 2022, a growing number of businesses have moved, or are in the process of moving, to a hybrid working model. As such, employers now have staff working from various locations, coming and going between home and the workplace. On top of this, staff shortages continue to plague many sectors and absences are rife.

In reality, very few organisations are operating in exactly the same way they were pre-pandemic, meaning most will need to revisit the measures they have in place. Whether you’ve shed staff over the last two years, or they are now working from home, now is the time to pause and take stock.

This eBook explores the five key areas to review when operating a reduced workforce to ensure you continue to meet your health and safety obligations, as well as top tips for ensuring safety is maintained through workforce changes.

The eBook covers these five key areas:

  • Fire wardens and fire safety management
  • Monitoring and regular maintenance
    checks
  • Lone working
  • First aiders
  • Employee supervision