Health & Safety training is a requirement in nearly all businesses to some degree. Whether you are an office based company with a need for DSE Assessments or in another sector with needs for a wider variety of training, we have partnered with a range of training providers to deliver a single point of contact for all your training needs.
Currently we offer training in topics such as First Aid, Manual Handling & Ergonomics, Fire Safety, among a range of others.
This course is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to be a First Aid Responder. Upon completion of the FAR course participants should be able to:
This course consists of practical skills assessment and a written 20 question exam. Participants must attain 60% in all assessments in order to achieve certification. Max group size of 8 participants
On completion of this course participants will receive a certificate and it will need to be updated every two years.
Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and General Applications 2007 all employees must complete a Manual Handling Course every 3 years. This applies to all employees either working in a physical or static (sitting or standing) role. The course includes:
To comply with the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 (Part 2, Section 11)-
The employer must provide adequate plans and procedures to be followed and measures to be taken in the case of emergency or serious and imminent danger such as fire. The employer must also designate employees who are required to implement these plans, procedures etc. These employees are known as fire wardens and the employer must ensure that all designated employees have adequate training and equipment available to them.
This course is for anyone who is the designated Fire Warden on your premises.
This course is designed to instruct employees in the theory and practice of safe use of Abrasive Wheels to comply with the “Abrasive Wheels Regulations 1982” (SI 30 / 1982). Upon completion of this course participants will be able to: