Earlier this year, the Construction industry Training Board updated the Health, Safety and Environment test that workers must pass to gain a CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) card. Please click the image to read the article. The updated revision material is available here online.
An article from IOSH Magazine June 2019 which outlines the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 and discusses the dangers of asbestos. Please click the image to read the article.
We offer two RoSPA and IATP approved online training courses which cover all aspects of Asbestos Awareness. For more information please visit our Health and Safety Training Page
We are pleased to announce that this month we received WorldHost Recognition for Excellent Customer Service which means that we are now a WorldHost Recognised Business. “This status is awarded to businesses that have trained 50% or more of their front line staff using the WorldHost training programmes and signed a commitment to delivering excellent customer service.”
WorldHost is recognised internationally and was originally introduced to the UK by People 1st to prepare local businesses for the influx of international visitors for the 2012 Olympic Games. You can see our certificate by clicking here.
Skin cancer kills 60 workers a year in Britain alone. This article outlines the necessary precautions managers and workers should take to reduce risks. Please click the image to read more.
Did you know that we offer our services to the Education Sector? We offer Health and Safety Training, Risk Assessment, Fire Risk Assessment and Food Safety Consultancy and Training. We are now listed on the edFirst website which you can visit by clicking the link below.
New Sentencing guidelines for the courts on how to deal with offenders convicted of gross negligence manslaughter will come into force on 1 November 2019. The instructions issued by the Sentencing Council mean that negligent employers and managers in England and Wales could face up to 18 years in prison if found guilty.
Between July 2017 and September 2017 3500 incidents and near misses were reported, of these 150 were serious and resulted in injuries. Click the image to read more.
An article by John Green outlining the steps you can take to minimise the risks of accidents involving workplace transport. With the appropriate safety management practices workplace transport risks can be controlled. Click the image to read more.