Here is a question…
When was the last time you read a manufacturers instruction?
..Fitting new batteries into the kids toys at Christmas perhaps?
..Or the last time you assembled some flat pack furniture maybe?
..Did you even do it when you carried out a recent lateral flow test at home?
Let us ask you the question again…
When did you last read a manufacturers instruction at work..?
What about all of the equipment you use at work, machinery, harnesses, gas detectors etc?
..Are you sure you’re operating it correctly?
Did you know that it is deemed the operator’s responsibility to use equipment properly right?
Training is paramount to the safety culture we work in.
HASAWA (Health and Safety at Work etc. Act) 1974 tells us we must receive any information, instruction, training and supervision that is necessary to ensure, as far as reasonable practicable our health and safety at work.
Whether you are an employee, supervisor or business owner we need to ensure that you and everyone you work alongside, even people you allow on to your premises to carry out work are suitably trained in all applicable areas.
At AquaTerra, our highly skilled range of Training Instructors are perfectly positioned to support this across a wide range of training courses available both at our Kintore based Training Centre or at a venue of your choice, including your own workplace if appropriate.
It’s the simple things right from the start that makes what we do safe.
AquaTerra’s wide of range health and safety courses are designed to ensure that our candidates are provided with the knowledge and skills to work safely, identify hazards and control risks within their workplace.
Comprehensive training is given across the spectrum of health and safety related topics. All training is conducted by our highly skilled team of registered professionals.
To view our wide range of Health & Safety courses as well as the other courses we specialise in, please click here.
Contact us today with any queries you may have and we can help you identify the requirements you need to address in your workplace.