Who needs training?
Who needs to be trained?
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) say:
- You do – whether you are employed OR self-employed you need to be up to date with identifying hazards and controlling the risks form your work;
- Your managers and supervisors do – If you employ managers and supervisors (Line Managers etc.) they need to know what you expect from them in terms of health and safety & how you expect them to deliver. They need to know YOUR safety policies and procedures too;
- Your employees do – Everyone who works for you, including the self-employed need to know how to work safely and without risks to health. Like your supervisors and managers they need to know about your policies and procedures too;
- Contractors and the self-employed who work for you do. These people might not be familiar with your working environment and safety systems. You may need them to have specific skills before they work for you.
What are the benefits?
Having staff who are competent are likely to enhance the safety culture within an organisation, there is likely to be improved performance, a workforce who will stay with you and of course, a reduction in injuries. Other benefits include:
- Lower insurance premiums;
- Winning more contracts;
- Retaining contracts;
- Reduction in claims;
- Lower legal fees;
- Increased moral and productivity.
These are just a few examples.
You can have the confidence that our trainers are not `just trainers.` they are professionals within their area of expertise who have many years of practical experience in their field.
Our excellent training programmes, in the pages that follow, are interactive and quality assured. As a registered training facility with the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and the Association of First Aiders (AoFa) we have gone through a `Due diligence` programme to be able to provide these training programmes for you.
In-house, at our training centre or at a suitable location near to you, we can deliver!
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