“Everyone who uses pesticides should have adequate guidance, instruction or training for their correct use” is a quote from the HSE website, and as Land Based Training Providers, we are here to help.
The HSE have “Approved Codes of Practice” which set out the legal minimum standard of basic training people should receive before they are allowed to operate Rider Operated Lift Trucks – even if they only operate the equipment occasionally
Every now and then a training volcano erupts and in 2012 we had just that happening in the Forestry and Arboriculture Profession.
The eruption has been the management of changes that reflect the complete revision of the National Occupational Standards (NOS) in Trees and Timber.
During the last month the weather has done it’s best to make training and assessment life difficult for us all.
The Lantra Awards Professional Tree Inspection Certificate is a little icing on the cake for you as an Arboriculturalist.
So you are wondering if this is the right course for you.
Tree Inspection Courses are a valuable asset to a wide range of people working with or near trees.
To use the various pesticides and chemicals in the land based industries, the operator must hold an appropriate Certificate of Competence.
The new regulations we are looking at are Pest Control – changes to the use of Aluminium Phosphides
As a result of your training courses, do you know what your piece of paper says?