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.
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?
Farming, Forestry, Conservation, Horticulture – working alone can increase the temptation to undertake jobs that would ordinarily require more people to do safely.
Jeremy Vine’s show on Radio 2 last Wednesday featured discussions on the important roll Professional Tree Inspectors play after recent wet and windy weather have caused some serious problems for some people.
As much as I enjoy being outside there are definitely days when I am glad I have an office job. This is one of them.
Their latest plan is to do the usual on-farm visits but if they find any health and safety laws have been broken then they will operate a fee for cost recovery, also known as Fee for Intervention (FFI).
With plenty of people out there in the market place looking for new jobs, it is essential you go for interviews with your competency certificates reflecting your current skills. There are plenty of people now looking for new jobs and Employers will be inclined to choose the candidate who presents them with the least expense in training. […]