All Terrain vehicles – ATVs – are fantastic machines for agricultural and forestry use. There are two categories of ATV:
As the seasonal cold weather has now kicked in perhaps it is time to do a bit of training for new skills, or refresher courses for your existing expertise and certification to keep you current in the workplace and compliant with legislation.
This is a great time of year to take a look at your skills and get some of those essential training courses done – email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone the office 01305 848454. The website has detailed course information and prices www.newlandstraining.co.uk
Summer Selection of courses It is such lovely weather now for our Chainsaw Courses and as a part of your duty of care in the workplace, making sure your chainsaw users are properly trained and assessed as competent, is a requirement under HSE PUWER regulations.
With all the talk, and now action, as a result of “Grandfather Rights” relating to Pesticide Use, I feel it is time to mention my “Grandmother Rights”.
Spring is not just for nature to enjoy. We can tidy up some of our skills and polish our performance in the workplace during the nicer weather
This is how it all works in our land based training world.
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.
On the first day of Christmas my Training Provider said to me…………… have you done a risk assessment recently?
A year or so ago the Health and Safety Executive decided to do a study on farms to make sure quad bikes are being used and maintained correctly.