IOSH Managing Safely Refresher

The IOSH Managing Safely Refresher training course is aimed at managers and supervisors who have previously undertaken the full version of the IOSH Managing Safely. The original certificate does not expire, however it is IOSH’s view that it is best practice for Managing Safely certificate holders to renew their learning within three years, however this is… Read more »

NEBOSH Environmental Diploma

NEBOSH Environmental Diploma Course The NEBOSH Environmental Diploma course builds on the IEMA Associate Certificate and includes the following topics: Quantitive risk assessment applicable to environmental issues including consequence modelling Cost benefit analysis Environmental impact assessments and planning law Hazardous waste and treatment options including landfill design and management Waste Water Treatments Noise control and monitoring BS 4142… Read more »

NEBOSH Environmental Certificate

NEBOSH Environmental Certificate Course The NEBOSH Environmental Certificate is designed to provide a sound foundation in environmental management knowledge and practice. The environmental management training is designed for managers, supervisors and employees based in the UK, who have responsibility for managing environment issues as a part of their day-to-day work. The NEBOSH training course focuses on UK environmental laws… Read more »

New Roads and Street Works Act for Supervisors

The New Roads and Street Works Act is also referred to as NRSWA. To gain accreditation to the standards laid down by City & Guilds in line with the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 for excavation and reinstatement. NRSWA for Supervisors Training The New Roads and Street Works Act for Supervisors training course is suitable for any supervisor… Read more »

New Roads and Street Works Act for Operatives

The New Roads and Street Works Act for Operatives course is also referred to as NRSWA. To gain accreditation to the standards laid down by City and Guilds in line with the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 for excavation and reinstatement. NRSWA for Operatives Training The New Roads and Street Works Act for Operatives training is suitable for… Read more »

CDM 2015 in Practice

CDM 2105 In Practice Course Those attending ‘CDM 2015 in Practice’ will, over the course of two days, be given expert, comprehensive tuition in the details of the legislation. The terminology introduced by the new regulations will be thoroughly explained and the codes of best practice in the industry will be closely explored. This instruction will be provided… Read more »

CCNSG Leading a Team Safely

CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course The importance of health and safety training in the workplace cannot be understated. It is crucial that all employees, supervisors, managers and anyone else in a position of responsibility be fully trained and aware of the risks that their job contains. The CCNSG Leading a Team Safely course is a… Read more »

CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal

CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal Course The CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal course is designed to bring safety passport holders up to date with new legislation before their current passport expires. Candidates must attend the renewal course within three months of the current passport expiry date. Accredited by the ECITB / CCNSG The Safety Passport is accredited by the… Read more »

CCNSG Safety Passport

CCNSG Safety Passport Course The nationally accredited CCNSG Safety Passport course and scheme is designed to enable contractors to improve health, safety and environmental awareness while at work on site. The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) accredited passport will also benefit your company by reducing accident rates and incident related costs and putting a stop to… Read more »

CITB Directors Role for Health and Safety

The CITB Directors Role for Health and Safety is an excellent course that has been designed to give directors and senior managers the skills they need in health and safety. The accredited training focuses on helping each candidate recognise the implications that come with failing to meet the health and safety laws be they financial, economic or human…. Read more »