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24 April 2017

Helping you deliver effective and competent training with up to date resources and regulatory compliance.

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13 April 2017

Alcumus, the provider of technology-enabled business assurance and compliance risk management solutions, has partnered with the University of South Wales (USW) to assist with its new initiative – the USW Exchange.

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13 April 2017

MRS Training and Rescue (previously Mines Rescue Service) have worked in high risk environments providing a rescue service across a vast selection of industries including mining, marine, oil & gas, nuclear and construction, for over 100 years.

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05 April 2017

Pilz Automation Technology has launched its new webinar series for those involved with machine safety across the UK and beyond.

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31 March 2017

DuPont Sustainable Solutions is to host the first UK SafeStart workshop at the Ramada Hotel Birmingham, 16 - 17 May 2017.

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31 March 2017

MRS Training & Rescue, the new name for Mines Rescue Service, has seven sites across the UK, including a new facility in London, offering a comprehensive range of health and safety related products, training and services to a wide range of industries.

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31 March 2017

RRC International is launching its new Scottish division at Health & Safety Scotland. RRC’s team, all based in Scotland, will be on stand HS109 to discuss how the company can assist with your health & safety and environmental training and consultancy needs.

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31 March 2017

Polyflor, the UK's commercial vinyl flooring specialist, has launched a Cleaning and Maintenance Training Course at their established training school facility in Manchester.

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31 March 2017

Due to industry demand, Casella’s popular noise monitoring course returns on 23rd May at its headquarters in Bedford.

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31 March 2017

UTN Training has completed nearly 2,000 hours of skills training for Barnsley Council employees. UTN provided 70 council employees with training in the New Road and Street Works Act (NRSWA), Manual Handling and Abrasive Wheels.

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28 March 2017

Noise Monitoring specialists Cirrus Research is expanding its product training and CPD programmes due to high demand in 2017.

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31 March 2017

Just three-and-a-half-years after their introduction, heat transfer specialist Fulton is celebrating having welcomed its 1,000th trainee onto its City & Guilds accredited training course.

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31 March 2017

Jangro has seen strong demand for its free Learning Management Solution (LMS) e-Training courses, with over 1,800 individuals already receiving certificates for completed courses, and more than 800 nearly at completion. 

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03 April 2017

Brown Bear Childcare in Bredbury, Stockport, has been the first nursery in the country to be awarded an ‘In Safe Hands Award’ accreditation from the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB).

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13 April 2017

With more than 20 deaths a year due to road accidents involving mobile phone use, and the introduction of tougher penalties for drivers caught using them, a new e-learning course aims to raise awareness of the issue.

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28 March 2017

Safety company Pyroban is advising companies that their forklift engineers may need new training ahead of the introduction of the updated EN1755:2015 standard for explosion protected forklifts in November 2017.

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09 March 2017

Health, safety and environmental training specialist RRC International has been chosen by NEBOSH to help it pilot the NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management.

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09 March 2017

TC Facilities Management (TCFM) are celebrating the successful completion of the first apprenticeship programmes by staff at the Head Office in Surrey. Claire Davis and Emma Benstead have both completed their level 2 programmes in Business Administration and IT user.  

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09 March 2017

MRS Training & Rescue offers first class practical training in state of the art confined space facilities to prepare and train anyone who works in confined spaces, with re-assessment courses also available if required.

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28 March 2017

Curious about dust and chemical exposure? Interested in air sampling? Why not come along to our Open Day to meet members of our team and learn about the principles behind air sampling.

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FEATURES

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08 March 2017

Refresher training is a vital part of ensuring site safety but so many companies are unsure of how often it should be carried out. Stuart Taylor of Mentor Training explains why it is necessary, what you need to know to comply with the law, and how investing in refresher training can actually save you money, as well as keeping your staff safe in the long term.

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01 March 2017

Too many employers think worker training alone is the answer to reducing health and safety incidents but, as RRC International’s Pat McLoughlin argues, it must go hand in hand with investigation of underlying causes at the company level.

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01 March 2017

Effective behavioural safety is not assured simply by drafting appropriate policies and procedures and expecting them to be followed by employees. According to Barry Wilkes, director of strategy at NEBOSH, to ensure that they have their desired effect on health and safety performance, it is critical that they are understood by employees and implemented effectively.

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31 January 2017

How technology has become a ‘good virus’, underpinning powerful improvements in health and safety culture by Matthew Elson, CEO of SHE Software.

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13 September 2016

With so many training providers offering different courses, the panel at the Health & Safety Event’s Safety Dialogue sessions – which included representatives from NEBOSH, BOHS, Mines Rescue Service and 3M – focused on the importance of training programmes and how employers assess competency. Alan McArthur, technical supervisor at 3M, gives an overview of the key discussion points from the event.

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18 January 2016

Should companies re-examine the quality of manual handling training provided to their employees if they want to see real practical and business benefits? Andy Cartwright, technical manager for Mentor, is urging firms to do just that.

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11 September 2015

The rewards that businesses can reap if senior management takes a lead on safety and health are being highlighted through a new training product developed by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). Tracey Wright, product manager at IOSH, explains the issues which inspired the creation of ‘Leading safely’.

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19 June 2015

The arrival of CDM 2015 hails more than just regulatory reform – the real shift in the way we manage construction health and safety is a behavioural one. iHasco’s Abigail Pears explores what CDM means for construction workflows.

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16 April 2015

LMS and eLearning courses are not the newest trend in Health and Safety but it's definitely growing as more and more organisations appreciate a cost efficient and as some say a more productive way of raising safety awareness among their employees.

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02 April 2015

By changing attitudes, behaviour and culture, training can allow you to make the right changes where you are, writes Jill DeNardo, head of Training at the Health & Safety Laboratory (HSL).

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31 March 2015

.The coming of the internet age forced training providers to re-think their roles. Should all training be delivered digitally or is there still a place for direct interaction? Chris Power, divisional manager, Training, at 4see looks at the pros and cons of e-learning versus traditional classroom based courses.

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01 April 2015

Steve Taylor, a consultant working for A.M Health and Safety, examines the issues of 'Big Project' thinking for smaller health and safety projects.

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29 April 2015

In an HSM exclusive, NEBOSH chief executive, Teresa Budworth, outlines how more advanced health and safety training courses and qualifications are becoming the norm for general management at work.

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19 March 2015

Rob Burgon, workplace safety manager at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), discusses the value of training, bridging the skills gap and the more popular courses and modules the charity offers.

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21 August 2013

The Health & Safety series of regional events, organised by Western Business Exhibitions, is returning to Bolton, but this year will take place at a new venue the Bolton Arena, on the 9th and 10th of October. The change of venue comes as a result of the events’ growing success, allowing its expanded exhibition to be housed all on one floor.

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10 July 2013

Within any organisation the responsibility to ensure the availability of evacuation chairs for those who are mobility-impaired is paramount. However the rise in popularity of online training should enhance rather than replace practical training, argues emergency evacuation specialist Evac+Chair International

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27 June 2013

Dull, boring and unnecessary? Ken Smith explains why improved training techniques and the availability of an increasingly wide range of courses are helping to make this negative perception of health and safety training a thing of the past.

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09 July 2013

Jane Robson of Sabre Safety looks at H2S training across the world and outlines how the company has worked with the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) to create an internationally recognised, independently quality assured and certificated H2S safety supervisor training standard

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09 July 2013

Work related violence is a complex risk area due to its dynamic and often unpredictable nature. The risks faced are diverse which is why it's essential to find a training offering to match, explains Bill Fox

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30 April 2013

The 2013 Health & Safety regional events continue with Health & Safety Scotland, which will offer Scottish industries direct access to the highest quality of independent safety information right on their doorstep

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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06 July 2016

Plant Training Courses

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06 July 2016

Management and Development Courses

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10 August 2016

Choice of courses for anyone who works at height or manage others who work at height.

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25 August 2016

13.3m Diesel Articulated Truck Mounted Platform

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25 August 2016

16.5m Van Mounted Boom Lift

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25 August 2016

22.5m Diesel Scissor Lift

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31 July 2013

There is always a risk associated with driving for work.

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25 November 2016

The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) Training

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25 August 2016

70m Truck Mounted Platform

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25 November 2016

First Aid Training

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25 August 2016

57m Straight Telescopic Diesel Boom Lift

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06 July 2016

Energy and waste management is vital if we are to move to a more sustainable way of doing business.

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25 November 2016

CITB Site Safety Plus Training

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25 August 2016

17m Dual Fuel Articulated Tracked Boom

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25 August 2016

14.2m Van Mounted Boom Lift

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