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  • **IOSH Leading Safely

    As a senior executive, your time is precious. IOSH has designed this 1/2 day Leading Safely course in conjunction with business leaders to include exactly what you should know as a Director, CEO or Senior Manager, in as short a time as possible. Whatever the size of your organisation, the course will show you how […]

  • **IOSH Managing Safely

    IOSH Managing Safely provides managers with an understanding of exactly what they are expected to manage and how. This flexible, 3-4 day course is ideal for getting 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 […]

  • *ISO 14001 – Embedding

    This course is designed to be practical and hands on.  Attendees will be encouraged to draw on their knowledge of their own business.  This will be used by delegates to develop key parts of their own management system.  This can include identifying and managing interested parties, risk evaluation and alignment of obligations, aspects and objectives.

  • *ISO 14001 – Introduction

    This course introduces formal management systems.  The purpose, structure and benefits of an iterative process will be discussed.  The core phases of ‘plan, do, check and act’ will be reviewed and examples used to illustrate how these are applied within organisations.

  • *Stakeholder Management

    Identifying who are your stakeholders and evaluating how much power and interest they have in your organisation sets the scene for this course.  Attendees will be expected to speak from experience and build stakeholder maps of their organisations.  Different engagement activities will be reviewed so that plans for ongoing management can be developed.

  • *Sustainability Management

    Recognising that all activities have an impact on the environment is the starting point for this course.  Delegates will be introduced to ways of assessing the relative importance of social, economic and environmental risks of their business operations and will use real examples to evaluate and ‘trade off’ risks and opportunities to deliver solutions.

  • *Sustainibility Awareness

    This course is designed to provide all employees with a basic level of environmental and sustainability awareness.  It will introduce the three pillars of sustainability and will be tailored to the client needs.  Examples will be used to show how global concerns such as climate change, resource scarcity, supply chain issues and biodiversity are directly […]

  • Abrasive Wheels Training Course

    Training course designed for those people who mount or use abrasive wheels or grinding machines, and require suitable information, instruction & training.

  • Asbestos Awareness Course

    Use of asbestos containing materials (ACM’s) was not banned until 1999. This means any building built or refurbished before the year 2000 could contain asbestos. In 2011, around 4,500 people in the UK died of an asbestos related disease. Under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 employers are required to train workers annually if its […]

  • CDM15 Part 1: What is it? The Law

    Relevant for everyone involved in building work, repair & maintenance or for those who commission these works. CDM15 now also applies to domestic projects where work is being undertaken on a home for a client who will ultimately live there. ALL work will require a construction phase plan, even small home improvement jobs and repairs. The […]

  • CDM15 Part 2: New Site Safety Standards & Practical Application

    The CDM2015 Regs have implications for everyone involved in building work, repair & maintenance or anyone commissioning this work. CDM15 now also applies to domestic projects where work is being undertaken on a home for a client who will ultimately live there. ALL work will require a construction phase plan even small home improvement jobs and repairs. […]

  • Contractor Management Course

    By appointing a contractor to carry out work on their behalf, employers delegate some but not all of their safety management responsibilities. There is a shared responsibility to work safely and this course is designed to help people understand this. Employers remain responsible for engaging competent contractors, for managing them effectively, and providing them with […]

  • Director & Senior Executive Training

    Effective Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) Management can only be achieved when the people who steer an organisation are prepared to make it an integral component of achieving success. Directors and Senior Managers may not fully understand their personal, moral and corporate responsibilities. Best business practice and HSE guidance encourages senior managers to be trained […]

  • DSE Management Course

    Regular use of display screen equipment (DSE) such as personal computers or those monitoring CCTV can cause staff to feel aches and pains in arms, wrists, shoulders and the back, which can lead to time off work. Regulations require employers to carry out risk assessments on individual use. This course will teach employers/managers how to […]

  • Fire Warden for Schools

    The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO) came into force in October 2006 and with it the requirement to have a strategy to evacuate all occupants within a building. The fire service cannot be relied upon to assist with evacuation. As such, schools are recognising the importance of having fully-trained fire wardens as part […]