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Health and Safety

Our courses in Health & Safety and First Aid focus on outdoor working and are suitable for workers in any industry.

The Fire Warden / Fire Marshal Training Course

Our half day course is independently recognised by the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) and provides delegates with an all-round knowledge of how to prevent a fire from happening, a clear understanding of their responsibilities, duties and role as a Fire Warden/Marshal and what to do in the event of a fire. As well as covering theoretical and practical implications which will enable delegates to undertake an efficient and orderly evacuation of their building in an emergency situation.

Basic Fire Safety Awareness Training Course

Our half day course is independently recognised by the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) and provides delegates with an all-round knowledge of what to do in the event of a fire, how to prevent a fire from happening in the first place, and gives hands on practical experience of tackling a fire with a fire extinguisher.

Manual Handling Course

This half day course will enable delegates to understand the principles and priorities when moving and handling loads. Candidates will gain an understanding of Workplace Health & Safety regulations and learn how to undertake risk assessments and prevent accidents. On completion of the course candidates are issued with a certificate valid for two years.

Working at Height Course

Our one day LANTRA Awards course is designed for managers, supervisors and operatives working at heights. Candidates will gain a greater understanding of the risks and regulations surrounding working at height.

First Aid Course for Outdoor Workers (EFAW+F)

Our one day EFAW+F course includes demonstrations and hands-on practical training, teaching candidates about the different first aid techniques. On completing the course each attendee will leave with a First Response three-year first aid qualification recognised by the Forestry Commission.

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