If there is something you require that isn’t on the list, please do contact us.
We have strong relationships with a variety of trainers who may be able to provide what you’re looking for.

Abrasive Wheels

To provide delegates with a thorough understanding of the hazards associated with the use of abrasive wheels and to comply with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) in the safe mounting of abrasive wheels and discs on portable machinery.

Asbestos Awareness

It is a legal requirement that all who may come across asbestos in their day to day work have been provided with asbestos training so they are aware of the potential dangers they may face. It is important that the level of information, instruction and training is appropriate for the work and the roles undertaken by each worker (and supervisor). Using a training needs analysis (TNA) will help to identify what topics should be covered to ensure workers have the right level of competence to avoid putting themselves or others at risk. We can assist with developing a TNA and then subsequently providing the right level of training. In addition, we provide silica dust airborne/contaminates awareness training.

Behavioural Safety Training

Is the application of science of behaviour to change un safe working practices and functions. It focuses on what people do, then applies a supported strategy to improve safety.

Confined Space

From 1-3 day, and low, medium to high risk – there are several options available depending on the environment you are working in. Please get in touch with your requirements.

Display Screen Equipment Assessments

Display screen equipment (DSE) assessments are not only a legal requirement – done correctly they can actually help combat the musculoskeletal disorders, reduced concentration levels and other ill-health effects that are symptomatic of time spent at poorly-designed workstations. We can offer this service online or send one of our consultants to your premises.

Face fit testing

A major cause of leaks is poor fit – tight-fitting facepieces need to fit the wearer’s face to be effective. As people come in all sorts of shapes and sizes it is unlikely that one particular type or size of respiratory protective equipment facepiece will fit everyone. Fit testing will ensure that the equipment selected is suitable for the wearer. Companies should undertake periodic face-fitting tests on masks because one-off tests do not sufficiently protect workers. Also, if you don’t know already, masks need to have a maintenance record. HSE guidance is very clear about this. COSHH ACoP L5 Dec 2013 states: “Tight-fitting RPE (i.e. full and half masks) should be face-fit tested, using a suitable method, by a competent person (see regulation 7 of the MHSW Regulations and regulation 12(4) of COSHH).

Fire Marshall Training

Is essential to ensure that employees who are designated as a Fire Marshal understand their legal responsibilities and have the practical skills to carry out their role. We can help you with this and provide bespoke training at our training centre or your place of work. We offer this service across all industries.

Fire Safety / Fire Awareness

Designed to provide individuals with a basic understanding of fire safety, their legal responsibilities and all-round knowledge of how to reduce fire risks and what to do in the event of a fire. This is ideal for small businesses and SME’s to help conform to The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

First Aid

Variety of courses available from 1 day to 3 days, at your premises for a group or individual. Please get in touch with one of our consultants who can advise on your requirements, depending on the sector you operate in.

IOSH Working Safely

1 day course for people at any level, in any sector that need a grounding in health and safety. Ideal for introducing staff to why health and safety is important.

IOSH Directing Safely

1 day  course for directors and senior executives and provides a thorough overview of the moral, legal and business case for proactive health and safety management along with guidance on effective risk management. A must for small businesses and SME’s.

IOSH Managing Safely

4 day course designed to give supervisors, managers and heads of department the knowledge and tools they need to effectively manage their teams ‘health and safety’.

IPAF – (International Powered Access Federation)

Promotes the safe and effective use of powered access.

Manual Handling

Outlines the hazards and risks associated with manual handling activities and measures to reduce these.

SMSTS – (Site Management Safety Training Scheme CITB)

A 5 day course providing project managers, site managers and supervisors with the knowledge and skills to enable them to ensure healthy and safe conditions for construction site employees.

SSSTS - (Site Supervisors’ Safety Training Scheme CITB)

A 2 day course introducing Site Supervisors to their legal responsibilities regarding safety, health, welfare and environmental issues.

Work at Height

The Working at Height Regulations 2005 apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury.  Falls from height remain the single biggest cause of workplace deaths and one of the main causes of major injury. Sufficient working at height training aims to provide people who work at height with adequate information to be able to plan and manage the tasks safely.

We can also provide training for the following:

  • Dumpers, front and rear tipping
  • Chemical Spill Response
  • Japanese Knotweed
  • Lift Trucks (all types) / Bulldozers / 360 Excavations / Gantry Cranes (all types)
  • Safety Harness
  • Side Loaders
  • Skid Steers / Skid Steer Loaders
  • Vehicle Banks Person / Crane Slinger / Signaller

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