Humber Resource Training is a professional and multi-accredited company, we are an accredited centre of CITB CSkills, IOSH, ECITB/CCNSG,
C Skills, Highfields, Safety Pass Alliance (SPA), First Aid, HGV, CPC, ADR, CITB, C Skills and coming soon IEMA.
Humber Resource Training offer quality training across the UK and Europe, including a variety of on-site and classroom based courses to suit individual needs or legal company requirements. We have a wealth of experience and strive to produce consistent and up to date training as designed by the individual accredited body.
We are able to deliver all courses on site or at our wonderful purpose built Training and Conference Centre, which has catering facilities and offers a fresh modern and comfortable atmosphere.
Our training is competitively priced with monthly offers on many courses.
10 training courses found
This course covers a wide range of key areas, such as: The occupational health problems within the construction industry, and how site supervisors
Who should attend? Any contractors or personnel working on site who require basic all round health and safety training. Benefits The CCNSG Safety Passport scheme is certified by the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) The CCNSG Safety Passport is frequently a specified requirement for contractors wishing to work on engineering construction sites Course structure This refresher course covers basic site safety including: Safe behaviour at work Safe place of work Confined space entry Excavations Permit to work systems Safe use of access equipment and working at heights Site transport Protecting the environment Safe lifting and manual handling Safe systems of work Asbestos Hazardous substances LOLER PUWER Electricity Isolation Hand-arm vibration Noise Assessment structure This is two day training course with a test at the end of the session.
This course covers a wide range of key areas, such as: · CDM (Construction Design Management Regulations) · The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and specific regulations related to the construction industry · RIDDOR (Reporting of injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences) · Proactive and reactive monitoring · Managing safety in a range of operational environments e.g.
Who should attend? The IOSH Managing Safely course is primarily designed for managers with responsibility for people or processes. It is relevant to managers and supervisors at any level who require a basic but broad understanding of current health and safety requirements and principles Benefits By the end of the course, delegates will have acquired capabilities to: recognise safety and health hazards and assess risks in the workplace apply key health and safety controls ensure that adequate health and safety training and supervision of staff is provided identify what actions should be taken when incidents involving injury or damage occur communicate effectively on safety and health issues Course structure the law on health and safety at work the costs of accidents how losses occur safety management models and risk management the nature of commonly encountered hazards human factors affecting safety performance accident causation and investigation recognition and control of workplace hazards effective communication specialised hazards Assessment structure Each delegate will be required to undertake a short multiple-choice paper and a workplace-based written assignment.