As a result of your training courses, do you know what your piece of paper says?
On a lovely sunny day in good ground conditions, and all the time in the world to complete your tasks, then working on a Sit-Astride ATV (Quad) or Sit-In ATV, can be a real pleasure.
This course has been designed for workplaces that require fully trained First Aiders to comply with the requirements of the First Aid at Work Regulations 1981. If you are in any doubt you can refer to the HSE website but for our Land Based Training industry you need to do that all embracing “Risk Assessment” […]
Welcome to 2013 – we got there eventually and I am looking forward to a new Era.
Builder fined £2,500 by HSE for incorrect use of a chainsaw in the workplace resulting in injury to a worker. The Magistrates recommended a plan of work, risk assessment and of course “training”.
So many people in the Land Based Industries find themselves working alone.
I’m passing this on because it worked for me today. A Doctor on TV said to have inner peace we should always finish things we start & we all could use more calm in our lives.
Power lines are a real issue with many workplace activities and so many accidents occur as a result of people not being aware that the lines are there. While Santa is at work delivering all those present he really should do a risk assessment first!
We are nicely into the season for chainsaw work and we have good woodland available to us for our chainsaw courses.
On the first day of Christmas my Training Provider said to me…………… have you done a risk assessment recently?