Nearly half of all accidents involving abrasive wheels are due to an unsafe system of work or operator error, with the majority of accidents being caused by burst discs. Nearly all abrasive wheel accidents require a visit to A&E. It is a requirement of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations that anyone using an abrasive wheel in the workplace is trained to do so.
An Overview of COSHH
Every year, thousands of workers are made ill by hazardous substances, contracting lung disease such as asthma, cancer and skin disease such as dermatitis.
Awareness of Legionnaires' Disease
On average there are approximately 200 - 250 reported cases of Legionnaires' disease each year in the UK, although many believe this total is underestimated. To help to reduce these figures this course has been designed to raise awareness.
Banter or Harassment
We all like to have a certain amount of fun in the workplace, indeed research shows that this is good for productivity. However, there are times when office banter can go too far, when not everybody wants to hear or see particular jokes. This course will help ensure that all staff understand the potential consequences of ‘getting it wrong’ when joking in the workplace
CAT & Genny
Damaged cables can cost a business thousands of pounds and can also cause death or injury to workers. This cable avoidance equipment (CAT and Genny) training course is designed to train delegates in the use of cable avoidance tools (CAT) along with a Signal Generator (GENNY) when tracing underground services.
CDM 2015 appreciation training would benefit key duty holders involved in all construction projects who have roles and responsibilities under these regulations. This includes clients, designers and contractors.
CDM 2015 for the Principal Designer
CDM 2015 for the Principal Designer would benefit anyone appointed as Principal Designer (PD) or any designers involved in construction work.
CISRS Basic Scaffold Inspection
This CISRS accredited Basic Scaffold Inspection training course will develop your understanding of scaffolding components, forms of construction and the inspection procedures for basic access scaffolds and how to comply with current legislation and Codes of Practice.
CITB Health & Safety Awareness
The course can be the first step towards a CSCS Labourers Card (Green Card) and to the progressive CITB Site Safety Plus courses that range from the training of operatives through to Supervisors, Site Managers and Directors.
The CITB Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme (SEATS) would benefit all construction supervisors and managers, junior environmental practitioners, land managers, conservationists and decision-makers.