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C.I.E.H.: Level 1 Award in Induction into Safety in Food Premises

The C.I.E.H. Level 1 Award in Induction into Safety in Food Premises is designed to make candidates aware of the key safety issues that arise in food premises and the part that they play in keeping themselves and others free from harm in the workplace.

Course Content:
  • the importance of health and safety in the workplace
  • how to spot hazards in food premises
  • reporting procedures
  • importance of risk control measures
Who should attend?

Those who are entering the workplace for the first time, either as part of a work experience programme or at the start of employment, and those who are starting a new job (as part of an induction programme) in food premises.

Course Duration:

Half day

Assessment Method:

Short objective test of 15 multiple choice questions

Entry Requirements:

None - Appropriate for all employees before they start work

Delivery Method:

By use of exercises, handouts and group work etc in an informal setting, either on your premises or in our training room. Each student receives a copy of the textbook and handouts. Our courses are conducted in English, but a range of foreign language papers and work books are available for candidates who would find it easier.

Ofqual Accredited:



C.I.E.H.: Level 1 Award in Induction into Safety in Food Premises

Course Evaluation:

At the end of the course, as part of our quality monitoring procedures and to contribute to the on-going development and improvement of the programme, all delegates will be asked to complete a course evaluation.

Suggested progression on completion:

Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace and /or Level 2 Awards in Food Safety


Details are available on application. They include the fee payable to the awarding body to cover course registration and examination fee.

How do you book this course?

This course is usually run in-house. Contact us for further details

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