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Health and Safety for Primary Care Managers (Two Afternoons)


  • The importance of health and safety in primary care
  • Guidance for health and safety
  • The risk management process
  • Understanding the terminology
  • Recording and reporting incidents
  • Learning from incident information
  • Risk assessment – your responsibilities
  • Workplace and Job Risk Assessment
  • Display screen equipment
  • Other Important Risk Areas
  • Other hazards: CoSHH, Manual Handling, Electricity and Fire, Personal Safety



Day 1 - 16/9/21
  • Session 1: 12:30-14:00
  • Session 2: 15:00-16:30
Day 2 - 23/9/21
  • Session 3: 12:30-14:00
  • Session 4: 15:00-16:30

When: 16 Sep 2021

Duration: Two Afternoons

Via Zoom
  • Available to:
  • Deputy Manager
  • Finance Manager
  • Practice/Organisation Manager
Special Notes:

Please note: This training will delivered in 4 x 90 minutes sessions, split over two days with a 1-hour break in between each 90-minute module.

Lunch & refreshments will NOT be provided


Tracy Simpson

Tracy started in Primary Care in 1992. Since then she spent 13 years working within the Primary Care Department before moving on to become Office Manager at Airlie Medical Practice and 3 years later took over as Practice Manager. Tracy is now an Associate Partner with Airlie Medical Practice and is also a Training Practice Lay Visitor supporting training within general practice. Tracy is also a Trainer with Thornfields helping staff within Primary Care on the day to day issues of running general practice. She also is the Chairperson for the Fife Practice Managers Association, which keeps her on her toes implementing the new contract as well as helping with the remobilisation of Primary Care during COVID. In 2011 Tracy won the Dr David Adams Award for excellence in Primary Care.