To view the course programme, click on the course name.

Please find below, a list of some of the courses that we run.

Achieving Behavioural Change - Understanding of how attitude, behaviour, communication and worker engagement, at all levels, can help prevent the chances of accidents occurring.


CDM Awareness - will have a good understanding of the Construction Design & Management (CDM)Regulations  Roles & responsibilities of the Client, Designer, CDM Coordinator, Principal Contractor and Sub-Contractors


Customer Services Management - ensure that the risk management requirements of the business are understood in order to continue to safeguard the well being of customer service personnel and thpublic


Directors Role for Health and Safety  - Recognise the moral, economic and legal implications of their decisions that make their business liable


Fire Marshall - Delegates will gain an insight into the causes of fires and how they can be prevented, whilst looking at the legal requirements for fire management and procedures for evacuating a building


Fire Safety  - To understand  Fire Precautions, management responsibilities, the law and enforcement


Food Hygiene - introduce you to the basic principles. Industry standards in Food Safety and Hygiene 


Health and Safety Awareness - To prepare all attendees for the Pro-metric Health & Safety Test


Incident and Accident Investigation  -  Delegates will gain a broader understanding of the  Principles and practice of accident investigation  They will also gain a fuller knowledge of HSE Reporting requirements. 


LOLER & PUWER - To provide an understanding of the regulations and how they relate to equipment that is used in the work place for both Lifting operations & Lifting equipment 


Manual Handling  - To understand legal responsibilities relating to manual handling, key principles for safer lifting and handling and how poor manual handling techniques can put the body at risk


Permit to Work  - Will enable staff to assess the requirements of a particular job or task, and ensure that Permit to Work documentation is completed correctly 


Pre Build - To ensure that the holistic requirements of mitigating problems through a formal risk management approach are considered and understood


SMSTS  - To provide a course that will assist in management and personnel to develop an understanding of their responsibilities and accountability for site safety, health and welfare and to recognise that a

safe site is efficient, economic and productive


SMSTS Refresher - Improve awareness of recent developments in legislation. Identify measures that will assist with practical implementation of responsibilities established by new legislation and working practices


SSSTS - Delegates will understand their individual responsibilities and understand the need to prevent accidents, have an understanding of health and safety law, risk assessments and method statements


SSSTS Refresher - To ensure delegates Health & Safety knowledge is up to date. To ensure that they are aware of any changes in current legislation and how it may affect their responsibilities


Work at Height  - Delegates will also have the opportunity to see case studies of good and bad practice, and investigate perception of risk