This course covers the role of the designated Fire Marshal. It also gives you the opportunity to learn about the different types of fire extinguisher and how to use them correctly. The course will give the delegates the ability to identify fire hazards, take charge in the event of a fire and understand the need for fire precautions.
Delegates gain a better understanding of their legal, moral and social responsibilities Delegates will be equipped to manage health & safety on site in accordance with current legal requirements, including CDM Delegates will be able to identify and avoid potential hazards on site Delegates will be able to prepare method statements, risk assessments and other statutory requirements of the Health & Safety at Work Act
This course is designed to help the individual understand their responsibilities within the workplace and is aimed at persons working with Abrasive Wheels. It is a legal requirement under The Provision And Use Of Work Equipment 1998 (PUWER) that all staff who use abrasive wheels receives training in the safe use of the tools and changing of wheels.
Delegates get to understand the problems of the industry Delegates learn to appreciate how health and safety law is structured Delegates learn to identify how their supervisory role fits into that of the manager in controlling site safety Delegates learn to carry out and understand the need for method statements Delegates learn to carry out site inductions, tool box talks and method statement briefings and learn what is meant by proactive and reactive monitoring and appreciate their need
APT Health & Safety Services Manual Handling training course will provide a good grounding in the safe moving and handling techniques, as well as an understanding of the risks associated with such activities.
To provide delegates with the practical knowledge and skills to identify the selection, use, storage, maintenance and inspection of Ladders, Harnesses and Lanyards. It also covers all the relevant health & safety laws including Working at Height Regulations 2005.
The CITB Health & Safety Awareness course is designed for those who have entered, or are about to enter the construction and civil engineering industry as a member of the work force, to help them understand the potential hazards that they face at work on site.
This qualification outlines key information required by candidates to ensure they are able to make informed decisions in First-Aid.
This qualification specification outlines key information required by candidates to ensure they have are able to make an informed decision in regards to the qualifications they are undertaking.
The safety Passport scheme was developed by major industrial groups with the aim of providing a standard for the general health and safety training of contractors working in construction and related industries.