This course provides guidance to help you meet your waste duty of care requirements as set out in the ‘Waste Duty of Care Code of Practice’ for England & Wales.
This course will help you to adopt a systematic approach to determining why an accident or incident has occurred, and the steps you need to take to make sure it does not happen again.
This course is designed to help reduce the risk of pollution caused by the poor storage of oil in above ground tank installations, poorly maintained tanks and unsuitable filling practices. There are 3 versions, for England, Scotland and Wales.
The ‘Radiation Awareness’ training course considers the nature of radiation, explains how exposure to radiation can affect people, and describes how the risk can be controlled. The ‘Drugs & Alcohol at Work’ course will increase staff knowledge and awareness of…
This course is based on the on the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) Regulations. It is a short version of our ‘COMAH 2015’ training course.
Short awareness versions of the ‘Fire Safety’ and ‘Driving Safely For Work’ course are now available.
Our course on The Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) Regulations 2015, has now been upgraded to reflect the new Regulations.
This course explains the potential hazards involved when using compressed gases in gas welding, flame cutting and related processes, and the precautions which must be taken to reduce the risk of injury and damage caused by fires and explosions. It…
This course describes the safety measures which must be taken to prevent the spillage of hazardous substances, and the steps to take to reduce the impact of any spillages which do occur.
The ‘Safe Use of Small Tools’ course describes the safety measures which must be taken when using hand tools and portable electric tools at work. The ‘Safe Use of Fixed Machines’ course describes the safety measures which must be…