This course is designed to make delegates aware of the dangers surrounding asbestos. Delegates will be prepared in what to do if the material is discovered during routine working practices. Types of asbestos, problems caused by it and the types of property likely to contain the material are also covered.
Construction Design Management Regulations 1994
CDM regulations play an important role in the construction industry. Delegates will receive an overview of these and how this affects their duties and responsibilities. The role of all parties – from the client to the principal contractor – are also covered.
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health – Assessor
Delegates will receive an overview of the requirements of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations. They will also learn about safe working practice, control measures and how to use personal protective equipment. Accident prevention, control and reporting are also discussed as part of training.
Knowing how to apply relevant health and safety to the working environment is a must for any manager or supervisor. This course covers all areas of general health and safety and can be applied to any organisation. Common issues are discussed as well as how to approach them.
Suitable for everyone, this course provides delegates with a basic understanding of every day health and safety. Upon completion, delegates will be able to identify common risks in their workplace. Protecting the environment and improving safety performance is also covered.
How to isolate and lock off equipment, electricity and hydraulics are an essential skill to anyone who works with machinery. This course will teach delegates how to isolate energy sources and how to lock them. The lock off procedure taught will be tailored to your company’s needs and procedures.
Manual Handling and Kinetic Lifting
Many workplace injuries occur when employees lift or handle heavy goods incorrectly. This course covers the best approaches to manual handling and how injuries can happen. Upon completion, delegates will have a firm understanding of the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 act.
A permit to work is required before high risk activities are carried out in certain industries. What is involved in issuing a permit and the procedures it covers will be covered to delegates. Delegates will also look at identifying hazards and risks, control measures and legal obligations.
Risk assessments are used across all working sectors to determine what dangers are present before a project gets underway. We will take you through everything you need to know about risk assessments, including: legal requirements, typical hazards and recording and review.
We can help you and your staff keep up-to-date with safety regulations with this awareness course. The programme covers regulations and practical safety measures everyone can take. Delegates will receive an overview of accident prevention, noise control and working at heights among other topics.
Site Safety – Construction Health & Safety for Managers
Construction sector managers need to keep up with the latest guidance in site safety. With that in mind we have created this course to help them do so. This comprehensive course covers legislation, working at heights, PUWER, COSHH, hazards, first aid and all other essential procedures.
This is designed to teach a selected member of staff to become a trainer in a particular course. In turn, they can then deliver the course themselves to others within your company. Each train the trainer programme is tailored to the requirements of your business. All skill levels are covered – from novice to experienced trainer – so all delegates are catered for.