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Health and safety legislation - help is at hand from Engaging Safety

Date published: 06 February 2017


Whether a director, a manager or an employee, everyone has the right to a safe and healthy environment in which to work. In addition, we all have a duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 to ensure that no-one is put at risk of injury or ill health by what we do.

Ask yourself three simple questions:

Having a progressive, proactive health and safety management system has benefits for everyone, enhancing your profile, reducing your insurance premiums and reducing absenteeism.

Ensure you are complying with health and safety legislation with an initial informal discussion with Engaging Safety Limited.

Engaging Safety is committed to providing a wide range of health and safety training and advice, including nationally recognised courses all at affordable prices across a wide range of business sectors. Tailored packages to fit your individual training needs are also available, ranging from manual handling processes to working at heights and everything in between.

One of the first ever Rochdale 30 Certified Small Business, we offer courses from half-a-day to four days in length, including:

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015

CDM 2015 aims to improve health and safety in the construction industry by helping you minimise risks with sensible planning and how to manage them.

Are you a small building company?

Are you compliant? Do you have the skills, knowledge and experience to carry out your duties?

This interactive course provides CDM awareness and takes you, step-by-step, through the HSE guidance document.

IOSH Working safely

A one-day course for people at any level in any sector requiring a grounding in health and safety.

Ideal for introducing staff to the importance of health and safety, this interactive course focuses on best practice rather than legislation.

IOSH Managing safely

A flexible four-day course which is ideal for getting managers up-to-speed on the skills they need to tackle H&S issues in the workplace.

Practical and full of step-by-step-guidance, this jargon-free programme can help your business raise its health and safety standards.

National Water Hygiene (‘blue card’)

Industry-wide hygiene awareness required for entry to sites with restricted operations.

Deals with health, hygiene and potential contamination issues for working on potable water sites whether fixed (e.g. water treatment works) or transient works on the water network.

EUSR Utility SHEA (Water) Passport (CSCS affiliated)

Passport scheme for operatives working within the water distribution and processing industries.

Covers basic awareness of health and safety and environmental law in addition to good practice on sites. Sector specific modules cover water network and water processing environments.

EUSR SHEA (Core) Passport (CSCS affiliated)

Passport scheme for operatives working within the utilities sector.

Covers basic awareness of health and safety and environmental law in addition to good practice on sites.

All training courses are personally delivered by managing director Beverley Wrigley IEng MICE CMaPS Tech IOSH.

All courses can be delivered either at your premises or at a local training facility and may be arranged outside of normal working hours to suit your individual business needs.

To discuss your requirements, book a course or enquire about costs, contact Engaging Safety:

Mobile: 07470 266056
Landline: 01706 560781
Email: info@engagingsafety.co.uk
Web: www.engagingsafety.co.uk


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