Western Industrial Estate
Accidents and Ill Health at work can cost money and ruin lives. Good Health & safety is good business - and it's the law. Health and Safety legislation makes sure workers, and the public, are properly protected and risks are adequately controlled at work. Health & Safety regulations prevents people from being harmed at work or becoming ill by ensuring employers are providing the right precautions - and providing a satisfactory working environment. What's more - Health & Safety applies to all businesses, however small; to the self-employed and to employees. Whether you wish to carry out training in respect of your organisation, or if you have an individual requirement, we are able to help you by offering Health and Safety training in the following areas. Chartered Institute of Environmental Health - Level 1 Award in Health & Safety in the Workplace; Level 2 Award in Health & Safety in the Workplace; Level 3 Award in Health & Safety in the Workplace. And should things not always work out, then it is imperative that companies have the correct welfare facilites in place - including First Aid Training, and First Aiders.
Food poisoning, food borne illness and allergic reactions to foods can be disastrous for a business as civil claims are on the increase. Developing an effective food safety culture can prevent food-related illnesses and protect your business. Approximately 97% of food poisoning cases involve food handler error, and there are approximately 70,000 notified cases of food poisoning per annum, with over 300 people dying from food poisoning each year, therefore Managers and Staff must know their roles & responsibilities. EC Regulation 852/2004 on the Hygiene of Foodstuffs requires food businesses operators to ensure that their food handlers are supervised and instructed and/or trained in food hygiene matters relevant with their work activities. We are able to help you by offering Food Safety training in the following areas.
Chartered Institute of Environmental Health - Level 1 Award in Food Safety; Level 2 Award in Food Safety; Level 3 Award in Food Safety.
The Licensing law in England and Wales states that anyone who authorises the sale of alcohol to the public must hold a personal licence and those who wish to obtain a personal licence need to apply to their local authority. Applicants will be asked for a number of things to support their application; this will include proof that they hold a licensing qualification such as the BIIAB NCPLH. You can rest assured that the BIIAB NCPLH covers everything you need to know to pass the qualification's examination and apply for your personal licence. In addition, the BII also offer a staff development qualification known commonly as the ARAR.
Training providers in: Health & Safety (C.I.E.H. & I.O.S.H.) including HASAWA regulations such as Manual Handling; COSHH; Risk Assessment etc. Also, Food Safety (C.I.E.H.); BII N.C.P.L.H.; Customer Service; Management Skills. Most courses are available as day; evening or weekend programmes.
Member of Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). Member of the Institute of Customer Service (ICS)
Availabilty in-house or at our dedicated training centre. Please contact for details.
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