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Compliance Training

Abrasive Wheels - Type 41, 42 & 27

This course is intended for operators who mount abrasive wheels on angle grinders (with cutting or grinding wheels), cut-off saws and bench top cut-off saws. It will give delegates an understanding and appreciation of abrasive wheel safety and sound mounting techniques.

Asbestos Awareness

Asbestos Awareness training for operatives who may encounter Asbestos during their working day.

Asbestos Awareness -Accredited

this course is designed to increase general awareness of asbestos within the working enviroment. This course is supported by the HSE and endeavous to install a sufficient level of awareness to those that can either be potentially exposed to asbestos containing materials during their daily work activities or for those who wish to increase their knowledge of asbestos.

Asbestos Operative Initial

This course is designed to provide operatives with the knowledge and understanding of asbestos removal procedures. The course is delivered via theory and practical training methods.

Asbestos Operative refresher

Approved by UKATA, This course is a refresher for the asbestos operative course. Refreshing knowlege and removal of asbestos from the inital operative training, updating any legislation changes.

B+E Trailer Towing Category Training

This training is required for any person required to tow trailers who has not got B+E entitlement on their licence. This affects all drivers who passed their test since January 1997 and includes those who may have needed to retake their test since that date. The only exemptions are trailers below 750kg MAM (unbraked). So if you need to tow a mini digger, caravan, boat, horsebox or car transporter you need B+E on your licence.

Banksmen / Yard Ops

Recommended for nominated people on a large premises or site with transport movement issues e.g. shared access / on busy road / high vehicle volume. Includes training in guiding vehicles, hand signals and safety.

Cartridge Operated Fixing Tools

This course is based on the Hilti DX450 and equivalent machines and is designed to give delegates a knowledge of inspection, maintenance, fixing methods, choice of nail or fixing and choice of cartridge.

CCNSG safety passport

This CCNSG Safety Passport Scheme is a nationally recognised qualification. This course is aimed at all employees within the construction & engineering industries and sub-contractor personnel working within the installation and maintenance sectors. Candidates will be assessed on each module of the Safety Passport via a multiple-choice question paper.

Forklift truck operation

To enable operators in locations equipped with forklifts or other forms of Mechanical Handling equipment to operate those machines following training to a suitable national standard. Course takes between 1 and 5 days to complete depending on prior experience. Training is delivered and certified to ITSSAR national standard.

Non - licenced asbestos ( Cement and textured coatings)

Accredited by UKATA, this course will allow candidates to undertake non licensed asbestos works in accordance with the Control of Asbestos regulations 2006 and all associated Codes of practice. Ideal candidates for this training would include those whose work will knowingly disturb asbestos containing materials during the course of their work activities, including building maintenance workers and supervisory personnel, and building maintenance managers.

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Pre - Sales Lifting Training

S301 Asbestos and other fibres

A proficiency level module which will give students the practical knowledge and skill to manage asbestos in buildings and give the knowledge base required to audit asbestos removal projects. The candidate will have a clear understanding of the legislation, be able to identify and record asbestos removal projects. The candidate will have clear understanding of the legislation , be able to identify and record asbestos in buildings and be aware of the methods for preventing further damage to the ACM's. They will also be throughly familiar with good working practises for asbestos removal and with the role of the analyst, air monitoring techniques and four stage clearance. The candidate will also have a good understanding of the presures and demands on the various parties involved in a removal project.