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Based on the taste test method, this test ensures the effectiveness of the seal between the wearer and the respiratory protective equipment (RPE). As per current regulations, RPE face fit tests are a statutory requirement for people who wear "Dust Masks" to protect themselves from airborne hazards.
This course covers all that you need to know on how to be asbestos aware including the history, properties, uses and the health effects of asbestos exposure. The course will also equip you with the know how on how to stay safe from the risks of asbestos. These UKATA courses are sold under license from Now U Know Training, Environmental Essentials Limited and PRS Training Services who are the UKATA approved Professional Members.
This course will equip you with the skills and knowledge of how to safely undertake work on non licensed asbestos containing materials and comprises of both theory and practical elements which are specifically matched to your trade. Delegates MUST have undertaken a UKATA approved Asbestos Awareness (Cat A) with the last 6 months. Please call if you need to make a Cat A booking or to discuss this requirement further.
This course is suitable for the 'responsible person' of a premises and will equip you with the skills in order to protect the premises and employees from the risk of fire. This enjoyable course covers the identification of fire hazards and persons at risk, evaluating and protecting from these risks and explains how to record, plan, inform, instruct, train and review the systems.
This course will provide you with a comprehensive set of practical skills required in most workplaces to become a confident First Aider and the knowledge and ability to deal with first aid emergencies.
This regulated course is ideal for nominated persons responsible for the provision of first aid in smaller and lower risk businesses or for people who support qualified first aiders in larger organisations.
Suitable for any persons who use ladders and/or stepladders at work, this course will teach you how to assess and determine when it is appropriate to use ladders and stepladders, conduct pre use examinations and safely use the equipment in line with current regulations.
This Ladder & Stepladder Inspection training course is aimed at those responsible for the periodic inspection of Ladders, stepladders, hop-ups and combination ladders. Upon completion of the course the delegate will be able to accurately inspect and subsequently record the findings following inspection in line with the relevant statutory provisions.
This PASMA tower scaffold course will develop your understanding of how to safely assemble, use, relocate, alter and dismantle an access tower without injury to yourself or others.
Platforms are designed to be easy to use and offer a safe way to work at height, but with basic training you will use the equipment more effectively and safely. This course instructs an operator to prepare and safely operate various types of MEWPs including scissor lifts, boom lifts (3a & 3b) or trailer mounted or truck mounted platforms (1a & 1b).
This Rooftop Safety Course will provide you with a detailed knowledge of rooftop safety issues and enable you to identify hazards and reduce risks of working on rooftops with unprotected edges by selecting the correct personal protective equipment and methods of work.
Managing safely is for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation. It's designed to get managers up to speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle health and safety in their teams. It is equally relevant for managers and supervisors at any level who require a basic broad view of current health and safety requirements and principles. This is a practical, step by step jargon free learning experience and is an ideal way of embedding effective health and safety in to your organisation.
Working Safely is a one day course for staff from any sector with no supervisory or managerial responsibility. The course provides a grounding in the essentials of health and safety so that delegates gain an understanding of why they must work safely. The course focuses on why health and safety is important and how people can make a difference to their own well being by changing their behaviour.
The CITB Site Safety Plus 1-Day Health & Safety Awareness course is designed for those who have entered, or are about to enter the construction and civil engineering industry as a member of the work force, to help them understand the potential hazards that they face at work on site. Please note: all delegates are required to be over 18 year of age and produce photographic identification when attending all CITB courses. Suitable forms of identification are a valid passport, driving licence (including provisional) or UK cards.
The SMSTS course is one of the most highly respected qualifications for persons who are responsible for the management of construction activities such as construction, building maintenance or facilities management. Many employers insist that all their site managers hold the certificate. Client based personnel would also benefit from attending the course. Please note: all delegates are required to be over 18 year of age and produce photographic identification when attending all CITB courses. Suitable forms of identification are a valid passport, driving licence (including provisional) or UK cards.
Incorrect manual handling is one of the most common casues of injury at work. This course will give the delegate a good grounding in safe moving and handling techniques as well as an understanding of the risks associated with such activities.
This course is suitable for all operators, managers and supervisors whose responsibility it is to select, mount, specify or use handheld and portable devices with abrasive wheels, therefore giving the knowledge and confidence to competently cut and grind safely.
This National General Certificate course is for managers, supervisors and staff from all types of organisations who need a broad understanding of health and safety issues.
This course takes you through the fundamentals of health and safety and how the role of the supervisor fits with controlling site safety. At the end of the course you will be able to understand the need for method statements, communication routes, behavioural safety, supervision of occupational health as well as the accident reporting system. Please note: all delegates are required to be over 18 year of age and produce photographic identification when attending all CITB courses. Suitable forms of identification are a valid passport, driving licence (including provisional) or UK cards.
Anyone planning, managing or undertaking works on or near underground services should take measures to reduce the potential risks associated with buried utilities, which includes the correct use of Cable Avoidance Tools and Signal Generators. Failure to do so can result in serious injury or death.
This course is aimed at personnel who are or will be responsible for using safety harnesses, lanyards and associated PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and FPE (Fall Protection Equipment) in the workplace. Delegates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of work at height safety and safety harnesses covering both theoretical knowledge and practical instruction.
An excellent refresher course that will equip managers of construction work sites with a better understanding of their legal, moral and social responsibilities, as well as manage health and safety on site including identifying potential hazards on site and compiling method statements and assessments to control those risks. Please note: all delegates are required to be over 18 year of age and produce photographic identification when attending all CITB courses. Suitable forms of identification are a valid passport, driving licence (including provisional) or UK cards. For delegates sitting refresher training, a copy of their valid certificate must be sent to us and received before the course date, which will enable us to run the required checks.
This refresher course takes you through the fundamentals of health and safety and how the role of the supervisor fits with controlling site safety. At the end of the course you will be able to understand the need for method statements, communication routes, behavioural safety, supervision of occupational health as well as the accident reporting system. Please note: all delegates are required to be over 18 year of age and produce photographic identification when attending all CITB courses. Suitable forms of identification are a valid passport, driving licence (including provisional) or UK cards. For delegates sitting refresher training, a copy of their valid certificate must be sent to us and received before the course date, which will enable us to run the required checks.
To erect a tower scaffold or work with low level access units you must be competent and receive training under an industry recognised scheme. PASMA is one such recognised scheme.
A mix of theory and practical training, this course is designed to enable operators to manoeuvre, drive and position the MEWPs safely and proficiently. Courses can be undertaken on scissor lifts, boom lifts, trailer mounted or truck mounted platforms.
This course is designed to help train individuals on how to conduct Qualitative Face Fit Testing on their own staff, ultimately saving valuable downtime and costs. If you provide respiratory protective equipment (RPE) to your employees then it is essential that you have documentary evidence to show the RPE fits the wearer.

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