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ACT to launch health and safety e-learning at World of Learning

Stourbridge, UKLearning NewsACT Associates

ACT Associates is to launch a new range of elearning health and safety courses at the upcoming World of Learning Conference and Exhibition in Birmingham.

Whatever type of industry your business is in, there is always a possibility that someone could have an accident and damage their health. Fire, stress, heavy lifting and even just sitting at a desk. These are just some of the risks that workers face on a day-to-day basis.

Accidents at work have the potential to cost businesses millions each year which makes health and safety not only a social and moral issue but a financial one too. This is why it makes good business sense to train all staff in the principles of health and safety.

ACT is a leading provider of health, safety, and environmental solutions, providing products and services including training courses, publications, audit, and consultancy. ACT has been providing courses on a public and in-company basis for almost 25 years including courses accredited by NEBOSH, IOSH, CIEH, and CITB.

This year, ACT will be exhibiting at the World of Learning Conference and Exhibition for the first time which will take place on the 29th and 30th of September. ACT will be present on both days of the event, which is celebrating its 23rd year and offers a busy schedule including seminars and panel debates.

ACT’s experts will be available at the event to offer consultations on the company’s products and services but this year the main attraction will be the launch of the first in a range of new e-learning courses. ACT’s new Awareness range of e-learning courses will be making their debut at the event with the launch of ‘Health and Safety Induction’. This is an introductory course aimed at workers across all industries who haven’t been provided with the first vital step into health and safety.

ACT is on at stand E80 at the World of Learning event offering visitors the opportunity to see product demonstrations, receive no obligation consultations, and take part in numerous competitions. More information is available via ACT’s website at and by visiting to register for free entry to the exhibition.