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Slips, Trips and Falls 
eLearning Module

Slips, trips and falls are the most common cause of injuries at work, according to accident statistics in the UK. The Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) requires employers to ensure the health and safety of all employees. Slips, trips and falls training helps employees take steps to control and mitigate slips, trips and falls risks.

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Business owners need to increase awareness among their staff of possible workplace accidents due to slips, trips, and falls. A falling accident can have a major disruption on a business in terms of lost working days and possible financial loss. To prevent falls at work, employees greatly benefit from training that helps them identify hazards, establish responsibilities and instill good practices into the company culture.

At Bolt Learning, we have developed the Slips, Trips and Falls eLearning module which will enable the user to identify hazards and apply basic principles to minimise or eliminate the risks of slips, trips, and falls. The course is suitable for any employee in the workplace.

Fully online and interactive, available 24/7 on any device and with no time limits, thanks to our state-of-the-art LMS. Complete with an assessment at the end, a certificate can be downloaded upon successful completion of the eLearning Module. 

Slips, Trips and Falls Course Outline

  • The dangers of slips, trips and falls at work
  • Responsibilities of you and your employer
  • Identifying hazards
  • Preventing slips, trips and falls

Slips, Trips and Falls Training Learning Outcome

  • Understand the importance of preventing slips, trips and falls
  • Understand the responsibilities of themselves and their employer
  • Be able to identify common hazards
  • Comprehend how to minimise or eliminate these


The eLearning module covers the key information surrounding Slips, Trip and Falls, extracted from the following government legislation and trading standard authorities: Health and Safety at Work Act (1974)The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (1999; Regulation 3)The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations (1992; Regulation 12).


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