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To safeguard employees and abide by regulations, it's crucial to uphold sound health and safety measures. This entails implementing effective policies and ensuring that management is well-versed in identifying potential hazards and risks. The IOSH Managing Safely course is the top-rated program for managers and supervisors seeking to enhance their organization's safety culture, productivity, and reputation.


Our Manual Handling Training ensures adherence to the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992. It provides employees with the ability to recognize hazards related to manual handling and apply preventive measures. Furthermore, we provide Manual Handling Assessment training.



The course guarantees that employers comply with legal obligations and have the necessary knowledge of workplace fire safety. It covers topics such as fire extinguisher types and usage, fire safety measures, common causes of fires, and the appropriate actions to take in case of a fire to ensure the safety of everyone involved.

Cable Avoidance Tools - CAT and Genny

The aim of this training is to equip both Operatives and Supervisors with the necessary expertise and understanding to conduct cable avoidance work in accordance with the current Review of HSG 47 Avoiding Danger from Underground Services, ensuring the safety of themselves and others. Additionally, this course is eligible for NPORS certification upon request.


Confined Space Training - Low Risk

The confined space training course with low risk is suitable for individuals working in low-risk settings like stairwells valve chambers, and meter pits. It covers safe preparation for entering and working in confined spaces, safe entry and exit, equipment and tool usage, procedure adherence, and emergency management. Additionally, NPORS certification is available for this course upon request.


Using chemicals or other hazardous substances at work can put people’s health at risk. The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH) require every employer to identify the substances in use at the workplace and to ‘assess’ whether they present a risk to employed persons. Such assessments must be recorded and any risks prevented or controlled. This course covers the statutory requirements, the process of assessment and the methods and monitoring of control strategies


Where respiratory protective equipment (RPE) is used, it must be able to provide adequate protection for individual wearers. RPE can't protect the wearer if it leaks. A major cause of leaks is a poor fit. A respirator’s tight-fitting face-piece needs to fit the wearer’s face to be effective.Fit testing will ensure that the equipment selected is suitable for the wearer.​

MEWP - Boom Lift / Scissor Lift

Our training program offers comprehensive theoretical and practical instruction on the use of Mobile Elevated Working Platforms. Successful completion of the program will enable candidates to operate the machinery safely and pass the NPORS Theory and Practical Tests. MEWP training is essential for efficient use of this. Additionally, we can carry out an Experienced Worker Test for those who already have experience and not require training.


Mobile Towers

The aim of this training program is to equip participants with the necessary expertise and abilities to securely and proficiently assemble, take apart, and operate Mobile Scaffold/Access Towers (also known as PASMA towers) in accordance with NPORS guidelines.


The purpose of Risk Assessment Training is to help employers identify what measures should be taken to ensure compliance with legislative requirements. This risk assessment training will give delegates insight and guidance into the application of these legal requirements in the workplace. This risk assessment training is aimed at all who are required to conduct risk assessments as required by the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999.


Safe working at Height and Harness and Fall Arrest

By taking this Working at Height training course, both employers and employees can acquire the essential knowledge to comply with the Work at Height Regulations 2005. The course covers topics such as conducting risk assessment, using access equipment safely, and reducing the risk of falls from height. Additionally, the course can be certified by NPORS upon request.

Safety at Street and Road Works

This accredited NPORS course, N714, equips candidates with the practical skills and safety knowledge required to safely prepare and arrange Signing, Guarding & Lighting for road and streetworks, ensuring safety.

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