HEALTH & SAFETY

Health & Safety Courses

‘Health and Safety is about saving lives
NOT stopping them’

Health and Safety Myth December 2010, The Health and Safety Executive

Health and Safety is a subject that we know gets everybody talking! Usually, it is because ‘Health and Safety says you can’t do something’. This however is usually not the real case.

Rarely does the Health and Safety Executive ban any of the things they are accused of.

Between April 2007 and December 2010 the Health and Safety Executive ran a series that they called Myth of the Month Click; we have provided the link here to their designated page of their website that discusses the biggest myths of these times. Further to these Myths of the Month, the HSE also, held a Myth’s buster panel from 2012 until 2018, for your reference we have included a link to the Myth Buster Panel webpage.

Health and Safety is a broad subject that covers a wide range and number of subjects. We have courses that cover all aspects of Health and Safety for you, a few that are in general and then we also go into certain aspects in depth.

‘Working safely may get old,
but so do those who practice it’

Author Unknown

Health & Safety

All our courses are taught using our FIRST principles.

Our philosophy revolves around ensuring that you have a fun experience on your course, research has shown that if you learn in a light-hearted way, regardless of subject, the more information that is retained.

No more will you be sat in a training course watching the clock tick round wishing it was home time.

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)

The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations first came into force in the eighties, and have gone through many revisions since then; the current legislation ascended into law in 2002.

Examples of substances hazardous to health:

  • Chemicals,
  • Fumes,
  • Dusts,
  • Vapours,
  • Mists,
  • Gases.

This list is not exhaustive, there are many additional substances that are hazardous to health.

Substances not covered by COSHH regulations:

There are substances which do not come under COSHH regulations, as they have their own regulations covering them for example:

  • Asbestos,
  • Radioactive material,
  • Simple asphyxiates,
  • Materials with explosive or high flammable properties.

Again, this list is not exhaustive and many additional materials have special legislation covering them and are therefore exempt under COSHH regulations.

The COSHH regulations and associated Code of Practices are set out in a step-by-step approach to make management of COSHH as simple as possible. Employers can use the COSHH essentials on the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) website. This website is intended to support employers in meeting their requirements as set out in the legislation. The Essentials website will help to identify appropriate control measures for the wide range of substances and task combinations.

What must employers do under COSHH?

Under COSHH there are 7 steps which employers should take in order to meet their responsibility:

Step 1: Assess the risks.

Step 2: Record and review the assessment.

Step 3: Prevent or adequately control exposure.

Step 4:  Ensure that control measures are used and maintained.

Step 5: Monitor exposure.

Step 6: Carry out appropriate health surveillance.

Step 7: Ensure staff are properly informed, trained and supervised.

Globally Harmonised System against Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations

The vast majority of commercial chemicals, the presence (or otherwise) of a warning label/sign, will indicate if COSHH is relevant. The Globally Harmonised System (GHS) of classification and labelling of chemicals is an international standard for identification of labelling chemicals, replacing the Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations (CHIP) in 2015.

Do You know what the signs mean?

QA Level 2 Award in Principles of COSHH (RQF)

Course Aim

Our qualification is to benefit learners by developing their understanding of:

  • The law relating to hazardous substances in the workplace;
  • How risk assessments contribute to the safe use of hazardous substances in the workplace and;
  • The precautions and procedures necessary to ensure the risks associated with hazardous substances are properly controlled.

Description

The QA Level 2 Award in Principles of COSHH (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification designed to provide learners with a basic knowledge of COSHH regulations and requirements.

It will benefit learners from workplaces with hazardous substances including; healthcare, manufacturing, cleaning, transport, utilities and office environments.

Learners will learn about legal requirements relating to hazardous substances, how risk assessments contribute to the safe use of hazardous substances, as well as the precautions and procedures required to ensure that the risks associated with hazardous substances are properly controlled.

Who is this course for?

This qualification is designed for employees who are working in, or plan to work in, environments where they are likely to come into contact with hazardous substances.

Qualification Contact Teaching Hours

4 hours

What’s covered?

  • Legal requirements relating to hazardous substances in the workplace:
    • Employer duties,
    • Employee duties,
    • Consequences for non-compliance,
    • Communicating safety information,
  • The different forms that hazardous substances can take,
  • Effects that may arise after exposure to hazardous substances,
  • The different routes that hazardous substances can enter the body,
  • How risk assessments reduce accidents and ill health at work,
  • The five step process of risk assessment,
  • The control hierarchy in relation to the safe use, handling, transporting, storage and disposal of substances hazardous to health,
  • Information to refer to when identifying and using hazardous substances,
  • Procedures for dealing with an incident involving hazardous substances.

Practical Assessment

There are no practical assessments during this qualification.

Theory Assessment

At the end of this qualification there is a multiple-choice paper for each learner to sit.

Successful completion of the theory assessment is required to successfully complete the qualification.

Course Certification & Renewal

Successful learners will receive a Qualsafe Awards certificate, valid for a period of 3 years from the date of successful completion.

The requirement of the Health and Safety Executive is that this certificate is renewed before the certificate expiry date to remain a qualified.

Ofqual regulated qualification accredited by Qualsafe Awards

Qualification Cost

Individual cost:
Up to 6 Learners

£43

Each


Group cost:
Group size: 7 to 12 learners

£290


Group cost:
Group size: 13 to 16 learners

£380

Our Health & Safety Courses

Health and Safety covers a wide range of subjects, our general Health and Safety regulated qualifications aim to introduce learners to the broad subject. 

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 states:

‘’Employers must ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all employees.

In particular this includes the provision of:

  • Safe plant and systems of work,
  • Safe handling, storage and transport of articles and substances,
  • Necessary information, instruction, training and supervision,
  • A safe place of work, with safe access and egress,
  • A safe working environment with adequate welfare facilities.

What does the word ‘Health’ mean?

A state of complete, physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

What does the word ‘Safety’ mean?

The condition of being protected against physical, social, spiritual, financial, political, emotional, occupational, psychological , educational, or other types of consequences of failure, damage, error, accident, harm or any other event which could be considered non-desirable.

Why is Health and Safety so important?

It is important that Health and Safety  is taking seriously in the workplace and not just used as a reason for not being able to do something. The Health and Safety statistics for the year 2018/19 show why Health and Safety is important.

‘Shortcuts cut life short’

Author unknown

Our General Health and Safety regulated qualifications:

QA Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace (RQF)

Course Aim

Our qualification aim is to benefit learners by providing a basic introduction to health and safety in the workplace to make sure they are keeping themselves and others they work with safe at all times.

Description

Did you know that 30.7 million working days were lost due to work-related illness and workplace injury in 2017/18?

It is the employer’s duty to protect the health, safety and welfare of their employees and other people who might be affected by their business. This includes providing sufficient information, instruction, and training to employees to allow them to work in a way that does not put themselves or others at risk.

The QA Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification designed as a basic introduction to workplace health and safety.

Who is this course for?

This qualification is ideal for all employees as it provides a basic understanding of workplace health and safety whilst helping employers to fulfil their legal duties.course for?

Qualification Contact Teaching Hours

4 hours

What’s covered?

  • Health and safety roles and responsibilities of employers and employees,
  • The importance of health and safety in the workplace,
  • Workplace hazards and risks:
    • Slips, trips and falls,
    • Working at heights,
    • Manual handling,
    • Hazardous substances,
    • Machinery and vehicles,
    • Electricity,
    • Fire,
    • Stress,
  • Workplace conditions that can affect health and safety,
  • Health and safety signage,
  • Personal Protective Equipment and its uses,
  • Importance of personal hygiene,
  • The purpose of first aid provision,
  • The need for reporting incidents and ill health.

Practical Assessment

There are no practical assessments during this qualification.

Theory Assessment

At the end of this qualification there is a multiple-choice paper for each learner to sit.

Successful completion of the theory assessment is required to successfully complete the qualification.

Course Certification & Renewal

Successful learners will receive a Qualsafe Awards certificate, valid for a period of 3 years from the date of successful completion.

The requirement of the Health and Safety Executive is that this certificate is renewed before the certificate expiry date to remain a qualified.

Ofqual regulated qualification accredited by Qualsafe Awards

Qualification Cost

Individual cost:
Up to 6 Learners

£43

Each


Group cost:
Group size: 7 to 12 learners

£270


Group cost:
Group size: 13 to 16 learners

£360

QA Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace (RQF)

Course Aim

Our qualification aim is to benefit learners through developing their health and safety awareness.

Description

Did you know that 30.7 million working days were lost due to work-related illness and workplace injury in 2017/18?

It is the employer’s duty to protect the health, safety and welfare of their employees and other people who might be affected by their business. This includes providing sufficient information, instruction, and training to employees to allow them to work in a way that does not put themselves or others at risk.

The QA Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification designed to help develop a greater understanding of health and safety issues, and the role that everyone plays in maintaining a safe working environment.

Who is this course for?

This qualification is aimed at all  learners seeking to raise their awareness of health and safety issues in the workplace. It provides learners with all the information that will help meet their legal requirements under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

Qualification Contact Teaching Hours

6 hours

What’s covered?

  • Roles and responsibilities of employers and employees,
  • Health and safety laws, including:
    • Penalties for non-compliance,
    • Training and competence in the workplace,
    • Communicating health and safety information,
  • Identifying and controlling risks from common workplace hazards:
    • Slips, trips and falls,
    • Manual handling,
    • Fire safety,
    • Working at heights,
    • Electricity,
    • Hazardous substances,
    • Workplace conditions,
    • Ergonomics,
    • Equipment,
    • Noise and vibration,
    • Machinery and vehicles,
    • Violence,
    • Smoking, alcohol and drugs,
    • Stress,
  • Procedures for responding to accidents and incidents,
  • Recording incidents, accidents and ill health.

Practical Assessment

There are no practical assessments during this qualification.

Theory Assessment

At the end of this qualification there is a multiple-choice paper for each learner to sit.

Successful completion of the theory assessment is required to successfully complete the qualification.

Course Certification & Renewal

Successful learners will receive a Qualsafe Awards certificate, valid for a period of 3 years from the date of successful completion.

The requirement of the Health and Safety Executive is that this certificate is renewed before the certificate expiry date to remain a qualified.

Ofqual regulated qualification accredited by Qualsafe Awards

Qualification Cost

Individual cost:
Up to 6 Learners

£70

Each


Group cost:
Group size: 7 to 12 Learners

£395


Group cost:
Group size: 13 to 16 Learners

£425

QA Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in Health and Social Care (RQF)

Course Aim

Our objective of the qualification is to benefit learners through developing their health and safety awareness in a health and social care environment to make sure that they are keeping themselves and the people they are caring for safe.

Description

The QA Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in Health and Social Care (RQF) is ideal for those who work directly with patients or clients in a health and social care setting, such as hospitals, care homes, and day care settings.

This regulated and nationally recognised qualification is specifically designed to develop learners’ awareness of health and safety in a health and social care environment, to help ensure that they are keeping themselves, and the people they care for safe.

Who is this course for?

This qualification is aimed at all learners working directly with patients/clients in a health and social care setting e.g. hospitals, care homes, day care centres etc., as well as those who intend to work with patients/clients in this type of environment.

Qualification Contact Teaching Hours

7 hours

What’s covered?

  • Employers and employees health and safety duties
    • Penalties for non-compliance,
    • Training and competence requirements,
    • Welfare arrangements,
    • Communicating health and safety information,
    • Procedures for responding to incidents,
    • First aid arrangements,
  • Risk assessments
    • Principles of risk control hierarchy,
    • Five-step process of risk assessment,
  • How to identify and control hygiene hazards
    • Common hazards in health and social care,
    • Contamination,
    • Cross-contamination,
    • Infection and cross-infection,
    • Micro-organisms,
    • Controls for common microbiological hazards,
  • Personal hygiene
    • Hand washing,
    • Protective clothing and equipment,
    • Risks of exposure to infectious diseases at work and at home,
  • Clean working environment
    • Suitable premises and equipment,
    • Cleaning, disinfection, sterilisation, and decontamination,
    • Storage of cleaning chemicals and cloths,
    • Cleaning schedules,
    • Procedures for dealing with waste, sharps and spillages.

Practical Assessment

There are no practical assessments during this qualification.

Theory Assessment

At the end of this qualification there is a multiple-choice paper for each learner to sit.

Successful completion of the theory assessment is required to successfully complete the qualification.

Course Certification & Renewal

Successful learners will receive a Qualsafe Awards certificate, valid for a period of 3 years from the date of successful completion.

The requirement of the Health and Safety Executive is that this certificate is renewed before the certificate expiry date to remain a qualified.

Ofqual regulated qualification accredited by Qualsafe Awards

Qualification Cost

Individual cost:
Up to 6 Learners

£75

Each


Group cost:
Group size: 7 to 12 learners

£435


Group cost:
Group size: 13 to 16 learners

£575

QA Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (RQF)

Course Aim

Our objective is to develop learners’ knowledge and understanding of health and safety in a construction environment so they can work safely on a construction site.

Description

The QA Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (RQF) is supported by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification developed to provide a basic awareness of health and safety within construction.

Successful learners will gain an understanding of the risks of working in a construction environment, principles of risk assessments for improving health and safety at work, the importance of working safely at height and much more.

Who is this course for?

This qualification is for all learners working in, or wanting to work in, a construction environment, it is also suitable for refresher training. It will prepare learners for employment in a construction environment and is one route towards applying for the Green Labourer CSCS card.

Qualification Contact Teaching Hours

7 hours

What’s covered?

  • Principles of risk assessment for maintaining and improving health and safety at work,
  • Common causes of work-related fatalities and injuries,
  • Method statements and their use,
  • Health and safety definitions,
  • Hazards and risks in the construction environment,
  • Importance of safe manual handling in the workplace and employees’ responsibilities,
  • Principles of safer manual handling,
  • Importance of working safely at height in the workplace and employees’ responsibilities,
  • Hazards and potential risks associated with working at height and controls,
  • Risks to health within a construction environment (including asbestos exposure),
  • Types of personal protection equipment (PPE) that may be used when dealing with hazardous materials,
  • Hazard warning signs and symbols,
  • And much more!

Practical Assessment

There are no practical assessments during this qualification.

Theory Assessment

At the end of this qualification there is a multiple-choice paper for each learner to sit.

Successful completion of the theory assessment is required to successfully complete the qualification.

Course Certification & Renewal

Successful learners will receive a Qualsafe Awards certificate, valid for a period of 3 years from the date of successful completion.

The requirement of the Health and Safety Executive is that this certificate is renewed before the certificate expiry date to remain a qualified.

Ofqual regulated qualification accredited by Qualsafe Awards

Qualification Cost

Individual cost:
Up to 6 Learners

£75

Each


Group cost:
Group size: 7 to 12 learners

£435


Group cost:
Group size: 13 to 16 learners

£575

Key Health and Safety Statistics for Great Britain 2018/19

  • 1,400,000 new or long-standing work-related ill health cases,
  • 600,000 work-related stress, depression or anxiety cases either new or long-standing,
  • 500,000 work-related musculoskeletal disorder cases.
  • 147 fatal injuries to workers,
  • 600,000 workers sustained a non-fatal injury in the workplace according to estimates based on the self-reports from the labour Force Strategy,
  • 69,208 Non-fatal njuries to employees reported by employers to RIDDOR,
  • In 2018/19 there were 28,200,000 lost working days due to work-related ill health and non-fatal injuries.
  • The cost of work-related ill health in 2017/18 (excluding ill health like cancer) was £9,800,000,000 (9.8 billion),
  • The annual cost of workplace injury in 2017/18, according to the HSE, was £5,200,000,000 (5.2 billion),
  • The annual cost of work-related injury and new causes of ill-health in 2017/18 (excluding ill health like cancer) was £15,000,000,000 (15 billion).
  • There are 12,000 lung disease deaths each year estimated to be from past exposures at work,
  • in 2017 the number of Mesothelioma deaths with a similar number of lung cancer deaths linked to past exposure of asbestos were 2,526.

Statistics taken from the Health and Safety Executive’s ‘Health and Safety at Work Summary statistics for Great Britain 2019

Risk Assessment Courses

Risk Assessment first entered Health and Safety legislation with the original Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations, although it has since become common practice in the workplace, especially with the introduction of the European Six-Pack enacted in 2003.

What is the purpose of Risk Assessment?

The whole purpose of Risk Assessment is so that the employer can identify what measures should be taken in order to meet their requirements under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. The Management of the Health and Safety at Work Regulations require an employer makes a suitable and sufficient assessment of risks and hazards within their workplaces, to safely manage the risk to their employees, contractors and visitors.

How should I record the Risk Assessment?

There is no prescribed way that a Risk Assessment should be recorded, although it is a written document, it is about how the control measures are implemented, reviewed and revised that makes a job safe. We will take learners through the process of a risk assessment on our courses, providing best practice in recording the assessment made.

The Risk Assessment is designed to ensure a clear process has been followed, ensuring that all risks/hazards have been identified and suitable and sufficient control measures have been taken so far as is reasonably practicable to ensure the safety of all.

What is a Risk?

A risk is the likelihood of harm.

What is a Hazard?

A hazard is something with the potential to cause harm.

How does the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) recommend Risk Assessment?

The HSE has published a guidance document, 5 Steps to Risk Assessment, which is downloadable on their website, reference INDG163, click here to be taken to the document.

The guidance shows 5 Steps to Risk Assessment as follows:


Step 1: Identify the hazards.

Step 2: Decide who might be harmed and how.

Step 3: Evaluate the risks and decide on precautions.

Step 4: Record your findings and implement them.

Step 5: Review your assessment and amend as necessary.

The key to an effective Risk Assessment is to keep the whole process simple, and to not overcomplicate it.

Our Risk Assessment qualifications:

QA Level 2 Award in Principles of Risk Assessment (RQF)

Course Aim

Our qualification aim is to benefit learners by developing their understanding of the principles of risk assessment in the workplace.

Description

It is the employer’s duty to protect the health, safety and welfare of their employees and other people who might be affected by their business. This includes providing sufficient information, instruction, and training to employees to allow them to work in a way that does not put themselves or others at risk.

The QA Level 2 Award in Principles of Risk Assessment (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification designed to provide learners with a greater awareness of risks within the workplace and the measures that can be taken to control them.

Who is this course for?

This qualification is suitable for all employees, as it covers a variety of topics including;:the main causes of work-related fatalities, processes for undertaking a risk assessment and methods that can be used to prioritise risks and more.

Qualification Contact Teaching Hours

6 hours

What’s covered?

  • Main causes of work-related fatalities, injuries and ill health,
  • Moral, legal and economic reasons for preventing accidents and ill health at work,
  • Key terms associated with risk assessment in health and safety at work:
    • Accident,
    • Near miss,
    • Accident triangle,
    • Hazard,
    • Risk,
    • Risk assessment,
    • Risk control hierarchy,
    • Suitable and sufficient,
    • Competence,
  • The role of risk assessment in accident and ill health prevention,
  • Legal requirements for risk assessment,
  • Basic process for undertaking a risk assessment,
  • Factors that can affect the levels of risks in the workplace:
    • Occupational,
    • Environmental,
    • Human,
  • Methods that can be used to prioritise risks,
  • Providing information about, and records on, the results of risk assessments.

Practical Assessment

There are no practical assessments during this qualification.

Theory Assessment

At the end of this qualification there is a multiple-choice paper for each learner to sit.

Successful completion of the theory assessment is required to successfully complete the qualification.

Course Certification & Renewal

Successful learners will receive a Qualsafe Awards certificate, valid for a period of 3 years from the date of successful completion.

The requirement of the Health and Safety Executive is that this certificate is renewed before the certificate expiry date to remain a qualified.

Ofqual regulated qualification accredited by Qualsafe Awards

Qualification Cost

Individual cost:
Up to 6 Learners

£70

Each


Group cost:
Group size: 7 to 12 learners

£395


Group cost:
Group size: 13 to 16 learners

£425

Working at Height

Working at height is regulated by the Work at Height Regulations 2005. It is important that the task is undertaken by a competent person, the employer or the person contracting the work must ensure that the person carrying out the task is a competent person.

What is a competent person?

A competent person is someone who has sufficient training, experience, knowledge or other relevant qualities to enable them to undertake a task/job.

What legislation does Working at Height come under?

The following legislation covers Working at Height activities in the workplace:

  • Work at Height Regulation 2005 (WAHR).
  • The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HASAWA).
  • The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER).
  • The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER).

2019 Working at Height Statistics:

Working from heights is the most frequent cause of fatal accidents.

27% of the total fatal accidents in the UK.

There were 69,208 non-fatal accidents across all sectors.

Health and Safety Executive Statistics

Our Working at Height qualification:

QA Level 2 Award in Working at Height (RQF)

Course Aim

The aim of this qualification is to benefit learners by developing their awareness of:

  • The use of ladders, stepladders, harnesses and a variety of other equipment/principles that are used for working at height,
  • The safety considerations for working at height,
  • The legal obligations, hierarchy of control measures and  reporting procedures for defective equipment.

Description

The QA Level 2 Award in Working of Height (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification designed to increase awareness of safety considerations whilst working at height, including the importance of the equipment used and how to ensure a safe working environment.

Learners will focus on the safety considerations, legal obligations, control measures and reporting procedures for working at height; leaving the course with knowledge of a wide variety of equipment and the principles used to ensure safe working at height.

Who is this course for?

This qualification is for people who are either working or aspiring to work in all types of environments that may involve working at height. It provides a basic awareness of working at height. It is suitable for employees entering work for the first time or returning to work.

Qualification Contact Teaching Hours

3 hours

What’s covered?

  • Legislation, regulations, roles, and responsibilities when working at height,
  • The consequences of non-compliance,
  • Safe working practices when working at height,
  • How to reduce risks from:
    • Weather conditions,
    • Working environments,
    • Others working at heights,
    • Falling objects,
    • Fragile surfaces,
  • Importance of risk assessments,
  • Rescue plan requirements,
  • Types of equipment and testing requirements,
  • Selecting appropriate equipment,
  • Identifying safety precautions when using equipment,
  • Reporting procedures when equipment is faulty.

Practical Assessment

There are no practical assessments during this qualification.

Theory Assessment

At the end of this qualification there is a multiple-choice paper for each learner to sit.

Successful completion of the theory assessment is required to successfully complete the qualification.

Course Certification & Renewal

Successful learners will receive a Qualsafe Awards certificate, valid for a period of 3 years from the date of successful completion.

The requirement of the Health and Safety Executive is that this certificate is renewed before the certificate expiry date to remain a qualified.

Ofqual regulated qualification accredited by Qualsafe Awards

Qualification Cost

Individual cost:
Up to 6 Learners

£43

Each


Group cost:
Group size: 13 to 16 Learners

£310

Minimum age on first day of training

16

Do you know what Health and Safety Signs mean?

Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 require employers to provide specific safety signs wherever there is a risk that has not been controlled or avoided by any other means. Of course, we have to be realistic and understand that after a few days, people seem to stop noticing them as they have blended in to other notices and wall decorations.

Do you know what the Health and Safety signage means? Below is our guide to these important Health and Safety signs.


Means: Information
Description: Square or rectangular in shape, with white symbol on a red background
Example: Fire Extinguisher


Means: Mandatory – MUST DO!
Description: Circular in shape with a white symbol on a blue background
Example: Wear Wear Ear Protection


Means: Prohibition – MUST NOT DO!
Description: Red border and crossbar from top left to bottom right, on a white background
Example: No Smoking


Means: Safe Condition
Description: Square or rectangular in shape with white symbol on a green background
Example: First Aid Equipment


Means: Warning
Description: Yellow triangle with black border
Example: Slippery Floor


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