Safety Training – “Making your Business a Saver Place to Work”

Safety training cartoonWe can help you take the next step into safety training, by making an assessment of your needs and tailor our courses to your organisation so that the training relevant for business, proactive and  interesting and engagers your employee.

If you cannot find what you need we will develop a course specifically for your needs.

Examples of Short Courses

We are offering a range of standard short training course (half day) which are aimed at the workplace and are designed to meet the company’s legal obligations in the working environment.

  • Accident Investigation
  • ­Contractor Control
  • ­Safe Working Procedures
  • ­Permit Systems and High Risk Tasks
  • ­Conducting Tool Box Talks
  • Safety Inductions
  • PRISM Safety System
  • ­STOP & THINK
  • ­Risk Assessments
  • Team Leader Safety Coaching
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IOSH Training Suite

IOSH provide a suite of course, for covering Exec Safety, Managing Safety and Working Safety that have been designed for those who are required to manage, supervise and work safely.

In conducting with these course we aim to inspire and enable you to confidently and efficiently ensure the health safety and welfare of everyone, “Making your Business a Saver Place to Work”

IOSH Managing Safety:

  • ­­Managing safely
  • ­Investigating accidents and Incidents
  • ­­Controlling risks
  • ­Understanding your Responsibilities
  • Identifying hazards
  • ­Assessing risks
  • Measuring performance
  • Protecting our environment
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Behavioural Safety Intervention

Behavioural Safety training workshops can be run as stand-alone events. However, they will work best as part of a coordinated safety intervention programme utilising many of the short courses that have there roots in behavioural safety.

  • ­­­Safety Culture Assessment
  • ­­Workshop Managers, Supervisors, Individuals
  • ­­­Leadership in safety
  • Observation and feedback
  • Teamwork: independent culture
  • Teamwork: interdependent culture