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    Occupational Safety Courses

    Where safety matters. Enquire about one of our courses below.

    Training Catalogue

Health, safety & environmental awareness

The overall aim of  the course is to provide delegates with an overview of  health, safety and the environment within the working environment.
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IOSH managing safely

To get managers up-to-speed on the skills they need to tackle safety and health issues in the workplace. A practical programme, full of  step-by-step guidance, Managing safely has a sharp business focus.
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IOSH working safely

To introduce staff as to why health and safety is important. To show how everyone can make a difference to their own wellbeing and that of  others through everyday behaviours.
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IOSH safer working in the maintenance industry

To provide delegates with the relevant and underpinning knowledge on how to identify hazards and to provide proactive and effective safety manage.
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IOSH risk assessment

To provide delegates with an understanding of  the background to Health and Safety law. To enable delegates to understand their responsibilities under the management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations.
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Manual handling

To enable delegates to have an awareness of how to carry out manual handling tasks correctly. To create a working knowledge and understanding of key health and safety legislation.
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Manual handling for Instructors

To train on site instructors to be capable of  training others on all aspects of  manual handling. To enable delegates to assess the existing manual handling operations in line with Manual Handling Regulations and produce a code of practise for their working environment.
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Asbestos awareness

To identify the risks associated when working with asbestos. To enable delegates to identify types of asbestos, associated risks and safeguards.To provide an outline of the requirements of Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations.
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Fire safety awareness

To enable delegates to gain a theoretical understanding of  fire safety equipment and procedures including fire extinguisher colour coding, when a fire should and shouldn’t be dealt with, and the purpose of smoke alarms, sprinklers and fire doorsull-time and  part-time staff.
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