Regardless of your working environment, you need to make sure that safety measures are instituted that make it safe for workers to thrive and work well on the job. That is why it is also important to provide safety training to employees and staff.
Taking Care of Employee Safety and Health
Work with a training centre that emphasises training for employees that work at heights or must wear PFPE (personal fall protection equipment) on the job. Safety training should also emphasise first aid training and health and safety courses.
When you choose a Stevenage health and safety training provider, make sure you work with a facility that offers both in-house coursework and accredited training at its centre. The centre you choose should be affiliated with such associations as PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers and Manufacturers Association) and IPAF (International Powered Access Federation). It should also be a member of the LEEA (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association).
A Customised Training Programme
Make sure that the instructors who train your employees have both a practical and technical background in this type of training as well. Product-specified coursework should be set up to encourage collaboration amongst workers, good working practices, and safety. Use a provider that can customise the health and safety education for your business’s requirements.
What Are Your Specific Training Needs?
So, what are your specific needs with respect to health and safety? Review your current safety record to see where you need to concentrate. By taking this approach, you can better discuss your requirements with a training centre.
For example, if you need to stress height safety training, you can choose from a basic height course as well as a ladder safety course or suspended rescue. Or, maybe your needs are more general. Look at your options today.