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Course Fee

£70/person or contact us for In-house courses


Half day. Most companies prefer to have 2 sessions per day.

1) Company Health & Safety

Persons gaining this qualification will have clear understanding of their own company health and safety & safety standards including their legal duties. This includes Health and Safety responsibility of everyone within a business, including contractors, visitors and suppliers

2) Fire Safety/Warden

Fire Marshall or Fire Warden Training is essential to ensure that those designated to undertake the role understand their duties within the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. On successful completion of the course candidates should be able to:

  • – Execute their duties as a Fire Marshal / Warden.
  • – Understand the nature of the fire and how it spreads.
  • – Distinguish between different types of extinguishers and their correct applications.
  • – Tackle small fires with confidence.

3) Safe Moving & Handling

At the end of the course all trainees should have the knowledge and understanding to be able to apply the principles of good Manual Handling (MH) to their own work environment, and to demonstrate safe MH techniques to others. They will be able to undertake MH Risk Assessment and monitor their effectiveness when they get back to their day jobs.

4) Practical Risk Assessment

Enforcers are warning employers to ensure that they undertake suitable and sufficient assessments of the risks involved in their undertakings. This session provides guidance and tools to help businesses understand what they need to do to assess and control risks in the workplace and comply with health and safety law.

5) Food Safety

This course is designed for anyone who works in Catering, Retail or Manufacturing where food is prepared, cooked and handled. This course will give food handlers a good understanding of the importance of food safety and how to prevent food poisoning and contamination from occurring. Typical business includes;

  • – Pubs, hotels, restaurants
  • – Contract Catering / Food Production facility
  • – Fast-food Outlets
  • – Hospitals
  • – Care homes
  • – Schools
  • – Prisons
  • – Armed forces

6) Accident Management/Investigation

This session gives organisations a step-by-step guide to carry out their own accident investigations. Candidates will have the skills to find out what went wrong and identify risks they can be avoided. Learning lessons and taking action may reduce, or even prevent, accidents in the future.

7) Asbestos Awareness

The Control of Asbestos Regulations requires every employer to ensure that adequate information, instruction and training is given to their employees who are or who are liable to be exposed to asbestos, or who supervise such employees.

8) Traffic Marshal (Banksman) Course

Nearly a quarter of all deaths involving vehicles at work occur during reversing. They also cause damage to vehicles, equipment, increase in insurance premiums and a visit by the enforcing authority. Most of these accidents can be avoided by taking simple precautions which will be explained during the course. Your Banksman must be trained, competent and authorised.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]