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For many years Engineering Trust Training has successfully delivered Health & Safety Training to industry, Universities, Colleges and Schools. This success has been built on meeting the needs of employers with a range of training courses to complement their own Health & Safety Training.

All our Health & Safety courses can be delivered on your site at a time convenient to you, or if preferred, at one of our own venues (subject to numbers and equipment availability).

The courses listed here are the most popular.  All of these can be adapted to meet your specific needs if necessary. If the course you’re looking for is not listed please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to meet your needs.

For further information, course dates and costs please contact us.

Abrasive Wheels

This course is designed to provide staff with the knowledge to safely operate and replace abrasive wheels in accordance with good practice. Abrasive Wheels are covered by the PUWER 1998 Regulations and by HSE Guidance (HSG17 2000) Safety in the use of abrasive wheels.

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COSHH Basic Awareness

This course is for all personnel who use, manage, store or transport dangerous or potentially dangerous substances. The course will also cover the value and purpose of conducting COSHH assessment, prevention and control measures, storing and disposing of hazardous substances, safe handling and the ability to identify and classify hazardous substances.

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Mobile Tower / Scaffold

This course is designed for all staff that will erect, inspect or dismantle mobile towers. The Work at Height Regulations 2005 (as amended) require that the erection of mobile towers should be carried out by, or under the supervision of, a competently trained person.

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Risk Assessment

This course is for managers, supervisors, mentors or anyone responsible for assessing Health and Safety risks in the workplace. The course also covers the ability to identify potential hazards in the workplace, use the 5 Step risk assessment process to eliminate or control identified hazards and to become familiar with the regulations relating to eliminating and controlling risk in the workplace.

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Step Ladders and Ladders

This course is designed for anyone using step ladders and ladders in the course of their work. Objectives include: An understanding of the potential risks when working from steps and ladders, how to identify defective equipment, safe use of step ladders and ladders and responsibilities as imposed by regulations governing working at heights.

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Working at Heights

The Working at Height Training Course is designed to give workers the knowledge of the risks surrounding working at heights. The course also covers Health and Safety Legislation, the Work at Height Regulations
2005, managing risks from working at heights and selecting the right equipment.

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Manual Handling

This course is designed for all staff involved in any manual handling activity. The Manual handling Operations Regulations (as amended 2002) establishes a clear hierarchy of measures for dealing with risks from manual handling. The course also covers how to recognise and avoid injuries caused by incorrect manual handling and duties of care to themselves and others when manual handling at work.

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Power Tools Safety

This course is designed to identify the different types of
power tools, to identify the checks to be carried
out for each type before use and the hazards and risks
when using tools. It also covers specific tool precautions,
general safety, how to store tools and to take appropriate
care and maintenance of power tools.

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Mitre Saw Safety

The aim of the course is to enable candidates with limited experience and ability to gain the knowledge and understanding to work safely, understand current legislation and promote awareness of the dangers and hazards of using a Mitre Saw.

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