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HS05 – Fire Safety Legalisation 2015

Course content?

Awareness of the fire triangle - heat sources – purpose of fire doors – refuges – exit routes – signage – assemble points –– complying with instructions – on going protection and awareness – classes of fire and the potential risks associated with them

Who or why you should attend

This course is for any employee who has not had fire warden or fire marshal training but need to be aware of how the regulations may affect them

Course Overview

The purpose of this course is to ensure people are fully aware of the dangers from fire and smoke – this course also shows attendees the classes of fire and they can prevent them safely – it will also give the attendees a greater knowledge of the causes of fire.

HS19 – Paediatric First Aid – OSTED Compliant

Course content?

Attendees will be able to understand the role and responsibilities of the paediatric first aider – be able to assess an emergency situation safely – be able to provide first aid for an infant or young child

Who or why you should attend

This two day course is for people working with young children and those people working towards and Early Years educator qualification

Course Overview

Be the end of the course attendees will be able to provide first aid for an infant or child - Be able to administer emergency first aid to an infant or child with a chronic medical condition or sudden illness – for example – sickle cell crisis – diabetic attack – asthma attack – allergic reaction – meningitis – febrile convulsions – nose bleeds – burns or scalds – bites – stings – anaphylaxis shock – conditions affecting ears – eyes – nose – head and spinal injuries – be able to understand how to complete records relating to illnesses, injuries or emergencies

HS45 – VDU Operator Training [Stage 1]

Course content?

The course provides a range of practical guidance to DSE assesors including adopting a good posture, eye test requirements, workstation layout, ergonomics, identification & reporting of issues, screen adjustment, breaks and changes of activity.

Who or why you should attend

VDU OPERATORS

Course Overview

Our Display Screen Equipment Assessor Training Course provides delegates with an understanding of the legal framework and underpinning of ergonomic principles of DSE (Display Screen Equipment).This course is ideal for anyone with line management responsibilities, those who have been appointed as DSE Assessors or those delivering inductions. The Display Screen Equipment Regulations 1992 outline the legal requirements and offers guidance surrounding the use of Visual Dispaly Units (VDUs).

HS60 – Train the Trainer – First Aid

Course content?

This course is designed to ensure the trainer can deliver training in five different principals of first aid. You will be required to deliver a short training course to 2 examiners on each of the different principals this will include both practical and theory exercises..

Who or why you should attend

This 5 day course, aimed at new trainers, people who may or may not have taught people in the past or trainers requiring a refresher course.

Course Overview

Delegates will leave the course with the knowledge and know how to deliver training to attendees in five different principals of first aid.

HS63 – Managing Contractors

Course content?

Contractor Safety Management (CSM) Results and Path Forward After completing this course, participants should compile a list of action items based on their learning to apply back on the job. This starts with writing new or upgrading existing CSM procedures. To build competency at the individual level, the participant should identify a coach, apply the updated procedure to select projects or contractors, evaluate the application, and get assessed on the competency requirements for applying II. It is recommended that participants go through an e-learning refresher course once a year and instructor-led refresher training once every three years. Based on our experience, we recommend that companies do the following on an organizational level:

Who or why you should attend

The Contractor Safety Management course is designed for procurement, contract, operations and maintenance managers; operations, contracting, technical, and maintenance engineers; CSM element leaders and team members; and site process safety management (PSM) leaders and team members?

Course Overview

In order to accelerate skill development, this course features a problem-based learning approach that provides a collaborative job focused experience. Participants will integrate contractor safety principles into an owner/ contractor engagement, implement roles and responsibilities that ensure contractor safety leadership, capture critical components for successful contractor training programs within a PSM environment, evaluate contractor performance, manage contractor safety in process or facility turnarounds, address critical safety training issues for foreign contracted workforces, and collaboratively build a personal compilation of recommendations to apply on-the-job.

HS62 – Train the Trainer- Reach Truck

Course content?

Daily checks – Battery maintenance – safe operating procedures – forklift operators Code of Practice – stacking and de-stacking – working in racking – Unloading and loading of vehicles – Battery safety – Battery charging – daily check documentation.

Who or why you should attend

Anyone needing to operate a Reach forklift truck within their workplace

Course Overview

The aim of this course is to enable a complete novice driver to be enable by the end of the course to operate the forklift truck to a industry recognised safety standard

HS61 – Train the Trainer- Forklift Counterbalance

Course content?

This course is designed to ensure the trainer can teach a novice operative how operative a forklift safely and effectively to enable them to pass an accredited forklift operators course. The course covers the Law, working in racking, loading and unloading vehicles, charging the forklift, checking for faults, daily checks, stacking and de-stacking, driver rules. One to one close working with the instructors will ensure you are fully monitored at all times. Practical and theory examinations at the end of the course.

Who or why you should attend

This 3-5 day day course, aimed at new trainers, people who may or may not have taught people in the past, you will learn to deliver training and instructions to ensure trainees operate the forklift in a safe manner with full regard to the legal safety requirements you will be able to ensure they operate safely and efficiently in all areas where a forklift is required

Course Overview

Delegates will leave the course with the knowledge and know how to deliver training to new operatives on how to operate a counterbalance forklift truck safely. They will receive a nationally recognised certificate which is valid for a period of 5 years 3-5 days with the following timings 08.00am – 17.00pm On the last day you may have a shorter day.

HS59 – Train the Trainer- Fire Courses

Course content?

This course is designed to ensure the trainer can deliver training in 5 different principals in relation to fire safety. The trainer will ensure you are fully monitored at all times. Practical and theory examinations at the end of the course.

Who or why you should attend

This 2 day day course, aimed at new trainers, people who may or may not have taught people in the past or trainers requiring a refresher course. You will learn to deliver training and instructions to ensure trainees operate fire fighting equipment safely with full regard to the legal safety requirements you will be able to ensure they are able to carry out full evacuations safely, should the need arise

Course Overview

Delegates will leave the course with the knowledge and know how to deliver training on how to operate a fire fighting equipment, how to carry out a fire risk assessment, how to carryout emergency evacuations

HS58 – Train the Trainer- Manual Handling

Course content?

This course is designed to ensure the trainer can deliver training in Manual Handling safe operations in line with the 1992 Manual Handling regulations. The trainer will ensure you are fully monitored at all times. Practical and theory examinations at the end of the course.

Who or why you should attend

This 1 day course, aimed at new trainers, people who may or may not have taught people in the past or trainers requiring a refresher course. You will learn to deliver training and instructions to ensure trainees are able to carryout manual handling tasks and manual handling risk assessments.

Course Overview

Delegates will leave the course with the knowledge and know how to deliver training how to carry out a manual handling risk assessments and safe handling techniques. You will be able to explain and demonstrate the TILE way of doing things correctly.