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1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work
Our Emergency First Aid at Work is an in-house comprehensive training programme suitable for staff in any sector, providing essential knowledge to ensure a safe working environment.
2 Day First Aid Refresher Course
Our First Aid at Work Re-qualification course is designed for anyone who has previously completed the 3 day First Aid at Work qualification and needs to renew their certification.
3 Day First Aid at Work
Our accredited First Aid at Work Course is our comprehensive First Aid training course and is delivered in compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
Thousands of people every year suffer from various injuries from using Abrasive Wheel at work which could have been easily minimised if a lot more people had known the basic principles in the safe use of Abrasive Wheels.
Accident Scene Management
It’s intended for directors, senior managers in the higher risk business sectors such as engineering; warehousing; logistics; construction; and similar industries. All these sectors involve vehicles/ machinery and thus any accidents have the potential to result in serious injury if not fatalities.
Basic First Aid
Thousands of people every year suffer from various injuries at work which could have been easily minimised if a lot more people had known the basic principles of Basic First Aid.
Basic Ladder Awareness
Understanding how to use a ladder safely and carry out your work activity with care is essential for all types of workers. This course looks at the Work at Heights Regulations (WAHR) which is aimed to reduce injuries and fatalities whilst using a ladder.
This construction Bundle perfect you and your subcontractors offers the following – Lone & Remote working, Manual Handling, Fire Safety, Abrasive Wheels, Falls from Height
Construction Design & Management (2015)
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 places specific responsibilities on every role involved in Construction, including the Client, Principal Designer, Designers, Principal Contractor, Contractors and workers. If you or your organisation performs any of the duties under the CDM Regulations 2015, persons performing these duties need to understand and appreciate the duties placed upon them.
Display Screen Equipment
Health and safety regulations surrounding Display Screen Equipment aim to protect employees working at desks, in front of computer screens, and those working with keyboards and monitors.
Across the globe we have all become more aware of the dangers associated with global warming and the contributory factors that cause this. As a minimum, you should find out how environmental legislation affects your firm. At the same time, being environmentally aware can lead to cost savings and give your business a significant edge over your competitors.
Face Fit Testing
£50 including mask and filters.
Falls Prevention – Working at Heights
All businesses employing staff who work at height are required to provide training to help prevent falls and reduce the risk of falls.
From selecting the right equipment for the right job to ensuring your employees are aware of the risks and how they can be reduced, this course also spells out your responsibilities as an employer.
Business are required by law to provide fire safety training which can help prevent what is potentially the worst disaster which can occur for any organisation.
A Fire Warden or Fire Marshall has specific duties to perform to ensure that an establishment can cope and ensure, to the best of their ability, that if a fire happens everyone can leave that establishment safely and as quickly as possible.
General Data Protection Regulations – GDPR
What does GDPR stand for? It stands for General Data Protection Regulations. The new laws regarding GDPR comes into full force on Friday 25th May 2018!
The EU general data protection regulation (GDPR), is the culmination of 4 years of efforts to update data protection for the 21st century. It is a regulation in EU Law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European union.
The UK government has also committed to the regulations following Brexit. GDPR addresses the export of personal data and the internal handling of data in companies.