We offer a varied arrange of on-site bespoke fully accredited Health and Safety training courses, which ensure that your team meet compliance and best practice guidelines in the workplace. Please click the links below for more information, or alternatively contact us to where one of our training team can advise you on what training needs may be required for your employees and organisation.
Our Levels 1 to 4 in Health and Safety in the Workplace qualifications are designed for those wishing to gain a nationally recognised qualification in health and safety and those currently working, or preparing to work, as supervisors and managers with a direct responsibility for health and safety management.
This course which is accredited by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health is aimed at all staff levels to ensure all employees know how to keep themselves and their colleagues safe.
This course is aimed at managers to ensure they know how to keep themselves, the public, their colleagues and employees safe. It also goes into the legalities and responsibilities associated with the management of a workplace as well as the differences between civil/criminal claims, plus details on accident investigation and risk assessment.
This qualification is aimed at learners who are starting or returning to work or who need specific training in manual handling. It is also suitable for refresher training.
Topics include reasons for safe manual handling, risk assessments, manual handling equipment and how to apply safe manual handling principles.
This qualification is aimed at individuals who work in an environment where coming into contact with hazardous substances is likely.
Topics include the law relating to hazardous substances in the workplace, how risk assessments contribute to the safe use of hazardous substances in the workplace and the precautions and procedures necessary to ensure that risks associated with hazardous substances are properly controlled.
Our Risk Assessment qualifications are designed to provide learners with an awareness of the benefits of risk assessment in any environment and also for those who have a responsibility to conduct risk assessments at low-risk premises.