Suspicious Packages
Online Training for Employees

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Suspicious Package Training Course Overview

Suspicious packages and bomb threats are an increasing part of modern life, but would you know what to do if you found one lying around? Everyone needs some training if they work in an environment where packages are parcels are often delivered.

This online course features scenarios including a bag left in Reception, a parcel delivered at work or in the street. This highly interactive suspicious packages training uses a series of scenarios and quiz questions to help you decide. The learner is faced with various dilemmas and they receive feedback on their choices.

  • Do you know how to decide whether an unattended bag is a piece of lost property or something more suspicious?
  • What would you do if you found a suspicious looking bag at work?

This course is suitable for those whose responsibility it is to deal with suspicious packages, as well as a great reminder for everyone in general. It also encourages the learner to ask questions such as “What tells you that a package could be dangerous?” This course will give you clear guidelines to help you identify suspicious bags and packages and deal with one if you do.

This online course forms part of our Health and Safety series and helps delegates with Health and Safety responsibility ensure that the training they receive is effective and delivered in a no nonsense way. Our unique set of in course features allow each learner to tailor the course to suit their preferences including controlling the speed of delivery and the colours and contrast to create a relaxing learning environment.

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Suspicious Package Training eLearning Outcomes

  • What is a suspicious package and what is not
  • How to deal with a suspicious package
  • Learn the 4C’s Principle: Confirm, Clear, Communicate, Control
  • Advice for handling mail

Suspicious Package Training Online Course Features:

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