A broken egg and safety gear

To ensure the health and safety of staff, an effective induction process and an ongoing training programme is crucial

Safety inductions

Building safety inductions

Building safety inductions are needed for all persons entering College premises, so that they have access to basic safety information.

Find out more about the Safety Induction process.

Watch the safety induction video

Estates Facilities have produced a Day One Health and Workplace Safety induction training video for its employees and contractors.

Health & Safety Induction video for College staff. It is not necessary to make a selection between staff and contractor topics, the video contains all the relevant information for staff.

For staff

Day one health and safety

Estates Facilities at Imperial College London have produced a day one health and workplace safety induction training video for its staff.

For further information please visit the Month One Safety Training (MOST) page.

Health and safety induction video for Contractors. It is not necessary to make a selection between staff and contractor topics, the video contains all the relevant information for contractors.

For contractors

Day one health and safety

Estates Facilities at Imperial College London have produced a day one health and workplace safety induction training video for its contractors.

For further information please visit the For contractors page.

Safety training

Training Need Analysis (TNA)

Managers and supervisors in every Faculty, Division and Department are responsible for identifying training needs of all persons working under their supervision, and for ensuring that these needs are addressed. This identification process should be a formal one and should be used in conjunction with current job descriptions.

Find out more about Training Needs Analysis.

Recommended safety training courses

There are a number of safety education and training courses offered through the Organisational and Staff Development Department. Many courses are free to staff and contractors.

See the full list of courses.

Month One Safety Training (MOST)

Month One Safety Training (MOST) is an on-line resource for learning about the College's hazards and how we manage them. It should be taken by all staff, students, visitors, contractors, tenants and spin-out companies working on College campuses. 

Find out more about Month One Safety Training.

Risk Assessment Foundation Training (RAFT)

For Managers and Supervisors Risk Assessment Foundation Training (RAFT) is an important part of the College’s Month One Safety Training. It is a comprehensive, realistic and practical on-line course which has been designed to help staff learn about the College’s risk assessment process.

Find out more about Risk Assessment Foundation Training.