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16 November 2017

SGS Academy, the training arm of SGS - the inspection, verification, testing and certification company – has introduced two management training courses, which acknowledge in particular the changes to the new ISO 9001:2015 certification. 

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02 November 2017

As of 1st October 2017, CITB requires that CSCS card applicants need to prove they have the training qualifications required for their job. Working with CITB, HCL Safety (MSA Britain) has developed and introduced a course dedicated to work at height safety installation for its employees - ‘HCL Fall Arrest Systems Training’.

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20 November 2017

The ability to implement an effective training management system can be stressful, involving heavy paperwork and endless administrative time.

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31 October 2017

The Axis Academy, a new dedicated learning and development resource, is working with Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), to deliver first aid training courses to its Young People’s Forum (YPF). 

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31 October 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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27 October 2017

With the world of work changing rapidly, IOSH’s annual international conference is set to aid businesses in preparing for the challenges that lie in store.

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27 October 2017

Hyster is exploring the benefits of using a forklift simulator in response to a growing number of companies interested in using simulation as part of their training programmes.

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23 October 2017

The Casella Noise Course has been created to equip attendees with the knowledge and skills required to effectively monitor workplace noise.

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23 October 2017

Pilz Automation Technology has set the dates for its range of machinery safety training courses and seminars for 2018.

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16 October 2017

Evans Vanodine now has a RoSPA approved online COSHH training course available for its distributors and end users of its cleaning and hygiene products.

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16 October 2017

Noise monitoring specialist Cirrus Research has expanded its product training and CPD programmes, adding an environmental noise measurement workshop to the roster.

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16 October 2017

Following AFI’s success in gaining clearance for delivering MEWPs to contractors working airside at Gatwick Airport, the group’s training operation, UTN Training, has opened a new dedicated training centre close to the airport.

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18 September 2017

Even though health and safety as a function is still at a relatively early phase of adoption when it comes to technology, the use of mobile devices and software is commonplace amongst forward thinking companies.

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18 September 2017

Shout Out Safety believes that health and safety compliance training is far too important to be boring.

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19 September 2017

According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), slips and trips are the single most common cause of injuries at work, and account for over a third (33%) of all major work place injuries.

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18 September 2017

MRS Training And Rescue has launched a new Confined Space Management System called SACCS (Safe Access and Control of Confined Spaces).

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18 September 2017

To help companies comply with Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) regarding machines and hand-held power tools, Master Abrasives offers the solution to training employees with its safe use of abrasives training course accredited by the British Abrasives Federation (BAF). 

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18 September 2017

Registration is now open for the Alcumus ISOQAR SME Marketplace. Come and network with other SMEs and find out how using ISO standards can build a better business.

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18 September 2017

Working with Training Qualifications UK, ProTrainings Europe are said to be the first organisation to launch the new ‘blended’ HSE option for First Aid at Work and Emergency First Aid at Work courses.

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18 September 2017

Health & Safety North moves to a new venue at Event City, Manchester, the British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) starts its new partnership with the show and the Spill Training Academy (STA) has its first appearance at this important regional exhibition – three firsts in one!

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FEATURES

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18 September 2017

The HSM Campaigns Hub provides you with information on the latest health & safety initiatives and how you can get involved. This month we examine the LOcHER Project.

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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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SPONSORED CONTENT

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25 November 2016

First Aid Training

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06 July 2016

WATA is committed to supporting you in creating a safe and highly skilled workforce

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10 November 2017

An innovative wall-mounted noise activated warning sign that flashes a warning when noise levels become too high and hearing protection must be worn or when noise levels must be kept down. For constant noise measurement of safe noise levels.

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27 February 2014

Cirrus Research, the expert in noise measurement instruments, has announced its latest product training programmes in the UK for this year.

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25 November 2016

IPAF accredited working at height training

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06 July 2016

WATA’s Recruitment Services For ex-forces personnel

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25 August 2016

14.2m Van Mounted Boom Lift

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25 August 2016

11.96m Scissor Lift

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10 November 2017

Perfect meter where a quick assessment of noise levels is required

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25 November 2016

Asbestos Awareness Training

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25 November 2016

Confined Spaces Safety Related training

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29 July 2013

IIRSM's mission is to provide recognition, information, support and enhancement of the status and reputation of health and safety professionals worldwide through the benefits of membership..

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25 August 2016

57m Straight Telescopic Diesel Boom Lift

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25 August 2016

17m Dual Fuel Articulated Tracked Boom

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06 July 2016

Shaping your business, your career, your development

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