COSSH Ensuring Control of Substances Hazardous to Health
The course is designed for members of staff who have responsibilities for ensuring Hazardous substances are used safely and without risk to health in the workplace. To enable delegates to comply with the requirements of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988.
This course helps Candidate develop the knowledge and skills required to control all aspects of a lifting operation to standards required in BS7121 Safe use of Cranes & deals with all aspects of current legislation.
Emergency Response for Control Room Operators and Supervisors
To provide candidates with a realistic experience in controlling emergency situations including loss of containment scenarios in a real-time environment. It will provide the candidates with a better understanding of their individual responsibilities during an emergency situation. Delegates should have previous control room experience prior to attending this course.
Loss of containment of hazardous materials is frequently the most common cause of process incidents. Good prevention of these incidents includes mechanical integrity programs, however, not all incidents occur for mechanical integrity faults.
This one day course is designed for employees in the process, oil, gas and food manufacturing industries, who as part of their daily role, install isolations or raise permits. The delegates will learn about the different types of hazardous energies and the steps we should take to prevent them from being inadvertently reintroduced.
Health and safety legislation requires you wear a full body harness with a short lanyard in ‘boom’ type access platforms (MEWP’s). This half day course will instruct you how to identify and select the correct type of harness, and of its safe inspection and use.
The two-day Internal Auditor Training offers a range of management system standards taken from international standard ISO 19011 and ISO 9001. Internal audits are a requirement of all management system standards. They are used to determine conformity with the management system requirements, establish the effectiveness of processes in achieving objectives and seek opportunity for improvement.
Designed for employees required to carry out slinging / rigging duties as part of their job. This course is formulated to familiarise personnel with various types of slinging and lifting equipment and legislation governing its use.