Health & Safety

Health-&-Safety

Health & Safety is more than just risk assessment…

C&G has been providing various forms of industrial and commercial health & safety training for several decades. Health & Safety training is essential, not only to ensure your employees safety, but also to ensure your compliance and minimise your liability in the event of an accident. The courses listed below show the breadth of our training, but we can run further health & safety training dependent on your specifications, even developing bespoke training courses to meet any requirement.



01Apr 2016

risk-assessment Who is this for?

This training course is designed for managers and supervisors who are responsible for the safe running of their workplace. Enabling managers and supervisors to take a more proactive role in managing safety and reducing workplace accidents.

The Risk Assessment Course:

To enable candidates to conduct a careful examination of what, in their work, could cause harm to people. Candidates will proactively assess whether suitable and sufficient precautions are in place to prevent harm. Successful candidates will demonstrate a good understanding of their organisations duties under health and safety law enabling them to tackle hazards at source and encourage safe actions by the staff under their control.

 » Read more about: Risk Assessment Training  »


02Apr 2016

fire-safety Who is this for?

This training course has been designed to introduce staff to the hazards, risks and control measures when encountering fires in the workplace

Fire Safety in the Workplace course:

To enable delegates to understand how fires start and the actions required to in ensure safety of personnel within the workplace. On completion of this training course, delegates should be able to understand the hazards and precaution related to industrial fires, and what action to take in the event of a fire.

 » Read more about: Fire Safety in the Workplace  »


03Apr 2016

fire-safety

Who is this for?

This training course is designed to introduce staff to the hazards and precautions related to industrial fires within their places of work

The Safe Use of Fire Extinguishers Course:

To enable delegates to understand how fires start and the actions required in the event of a fire. On completion of this training course, delegates will be able to understand the hazards and precautions related to industrial fires, and what action to take in the event of a fire.

 » Read more about: Fire Extinguishers  »


04Apr 2016

first-aid Who is this for?

This training course covers the practical skills needed by a first aider in the workplace. The course will give candidates the confidence and knowledge to deal with first aid emergencies.

The First Aid at Work for Adults course:

This training course will equip candidates with the knowledge & techniques required to administer first aid treatment in the workplace. On successful completion of this course candidates should have the required knowledge and techniques to understand and administer First Aid effectively and confidently.

 » Read more about: First Aid at Work for Adults  »


04Apr 2016

emergency-first-aid Who is this for?

This course has been designed for candidates who have been nominated by their employer to carry out emergency First Aid action.

Emergency First Aid For Adults At Work Course:

The course is designed to equip candidates with the knowledge to administer emergency First Aid procedures. On completion of this training course candidates should have the required knowledge and to understand and administer the duties required to carry out First Aid in the work place.

 » Read more about: Emergency First Aid For Adults At Work  »


05Apr 2016

Asbestos awareness - v2

Who is this for?

This course has been designed for Managers, Supervisors / Operatives who work in areas which may contain asbestos.

Asbestos General Safety Awareness course:

To provide candidates with the required skills & knowledge to identify and work with asbestos. On successful completion of this course, delegates will be able to understand the properties, risks and effects, related illnesses and types. Be aware of where and why asbestos was used and be able to avoid the risks posed by asbestos and understand the law relating to asbestos and its disposal.

 » Read more about: Asbestos General Safety Awareness  »



07Apr 2016

display-screen-equipment-regulations Who is this for?

This training course is for any person whose work requires them to spend a large proportion of their time using display screens.

The Display Screen Equipment Regulations Training Course

To train delegates in the methods of checking and improving their workplace Display Screen Equipment (DSE). On completion of this awareness course, delegates should be able to understand the fundamental factors affecting safe use of Display Screen Equipment in the workplace.

 » Read more about: Display Screen Equipment Regulations Training  »


08Apr 2016

office-safety

Who is this for?

This training course is custom designed as an introduction for all office staff into current Health and Safety Legislation and contains aspects of Manual Handling, VDU Regulations and Fire Safety Course you can see on this web site.

Office Safety Awareness course:

To provide candidates with a good overall awareness of their own and other duties under relevant Health & Safety Legislation. Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate a good understanding or an organisation duty under the Health and Safety Legislation detailed below enabling them to effectively contribute to the implementation of Health Safety and Welfare in the workplace.

 » Read more about: Office Safety Awareness  »



10Apr 2016

scaffolding

Who is this for?

This training course is designed for personnel who in the course of their work are required to work at heights

The Safety When Working at Heights Course:

To train candidates in the knowledge required to ensure safer operational awareness when working at heights. On successful completion of training, candidates should be able to recognise the dangers and know what steps to take to avoid them. Have an acceptable understand of the hazards associated with the work and the use of safety equipment.

 » Read more about: Safety When Working at Heights  »


11Apr 2016

ladder-safety Who is this for?

Persons who in the course of their normal work have to inspect and maintain ladders

Ladders Safety Inspection Course:

This course is designed for Novice candidates and will provide underpinning knowledge and skills needed to safely and thoroughly inspect ladders.
On successful completion of this training, candidates should have an understanding of the types, grades and markings of ladders. They should be able to identify, keep records of inspections and detect defective ladders. Understand the importance of care maintenance and inspection for defects.

 » Read more about: Ladders Safety Inspection  »



12Apr 2016

scaffolding

Who is this for?

This training course is designed by PASMA for Operatives involved with the erection and use of prefabricated mobile scaffold tower systems.

PASMA Mobile Scaffold Towers course:

To train candidates to an acceptable standard in compliance with the Health and Safety Executive and PASMA Guidelines for erection and dismantling of Pre-Fabricated Tower Scaffold. On completion of Training course candidates should be able to: Correctly erect and dismantle prefabricated mobile tower scaffold systems in accordance with the manufacturers guide lines. Carry out pre-use inspection on tower scaffolds. Understand Employers and Employees Responsibilities.

 » Read more about: PASMA Mobile Scaffold Towers  »


12Apr 2016

scaffold-safety Who is this for?

This training course is designed for construction site supervisors or managers who have the necessary background and experience required to conduct inspections of basic scaffold systems.

The Scaffold Safety Inspection Training Course:

To train candidates in scaffold inspection and reporting procedures. Candidates will learn about scaffold defects and necessary corrective actions to ensure safety when working with scaffold systems. On completion of this training candidates should be confident to identify, inspect, and record basic scaffold system inspections.

 » Read more about: Scaffold Safety Inspection Training  »



14Apr 2016

abrasive-wheel Who is this for?

This training course is designed for personnel who need setup, use, change abrasive and cutting wheels/discs on fixed and portable grinding machines

Abrasive Wheels Fixed & Portable course:

To provide training to ensure the correct selection, mounting, maintenance and use of abrasive and cutting wheels/discs on fixed or portable grinding machines. On completion of training course, candidates should have a robust understanding of the types of abrasive wheels and discs in their workplace. The techniques required to inspect maintain and replace abrasive wheels/discs.

 » Read more about: Abrasive Wheels Fixed & Portable  »



15Apr 2016

Who is this for?

This course has been specifically designed for personnel who are required to carry out face fit testing of Respiratory Protective Equipment, ensuring continued compliance with the HSE and industry guidelines.

 » Read more about: Face Fit Testing  »



17Apr 2016

chainsaw-safety Who is this for?

This initial training course is designed for personnel who need to perform basic operation and maintenance of chainsaws. All chainsaw operators are recommended to hold a current emergency first aid certificate

Chainsaw Maintenance, Cross Cutting & Basic Felling Techniques course:

To ensure that Candidates are safe and competent in the operation & maintenance of the Chainsaw and that they are able to undertake basic felling of trees up to 200mm diameter. At the end of this training course Candidates will be competent and proficient in the use of the Chainsaw for Cross Cutting and basic felling operations.

 » Read more about: Chainsaw Maintenance, Cross Cutting & Basic Felling Techniques  »


17Apr 2016

compressed-air-tools Who is this for?

This training course has been designed for people who operate compressed air tools during their normal working day.

Safe Use of Compressed Air Tools course:

To highlight the hazards, risks and control measures required to safely and correctly use compressed air systems and tools. On completion of the training course candidates will be aware of the hazards associated with compressed air, and will be able to demonstrate the correct use of pneumatic hand tools.

 » Read more about: Compressed Air Tools  »


18Apr 2016

water-jetting Who is this for?

This practical training course is designed for personnel who are required to use water jetting equipment for sewer jetting and cleaning operations

Pressure Water Jetting course:

To equip candidates with the practical and technical knowledge to set and effectively operate Water Jetting Equipment, in accordance with the Code of Practice, accepted by the Water Jetting Industry. As a result of attending this training course candidates should have a good understanding of the key awareness points for the safe operation of Water Jetting Equipment.

 » Read more about: Pressure Water Jetting  »


19Apr 2016

water-safety Who is this for?

This training course is designed for personnel who work over or in the vicinity of inland water sources.

Water Safety Course:

To give candidates the necessary knowledge to work safely over or in the vicinity of inland water sources. On completion of this training course candidates will have an understanding of safe working methods and the use of specific safety equipment enabling them to respond quickly and effectively in an emergency.

 » Read more about: Water Safety Training  »


20Apr 2016

wood-chipper-safety Who is this for?

This practical course is designed for operatives with little or no experience who are required to operate Wood Chippers safely in the normal course of their work.

Safe Use of Trailer Mounted Wood Chipper course:

To develop candidates’ skills and knowledge to correctly and efficiently operate wood chippers. On completion of the training course candidates will be able to inspect setup and operate the wood chippers safely and efficiently in the normal course of their work.

 » Read more about: Trailer Mounted Wood Chipper  »



22Apr 2016

iee-regulationsWho is this for?

This training course is intended for personnel who need to be familiar with the scope and application of the Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) Regulations 17th edition. Ideally suited for Technicians, Engineers, Control Engineers, subcontractors, Term contractors etc, who are to carry out work on the LV electrical system.

 » Read more about: IEE Regulations Training  »


22Apr 2016

Who is this for?

The IOSH Managing Safely course is designed to give Managers and Supervisors all the information they require to handle Health & Safety in their teams.

IOSH Managing Safely Course:

This flexible course is ideal for getting managers up-to-speed on the skills they need to tackle safety and health issues in the workplace.

 » Read more about: IOSH Managing Safely  »


23Apr 2016

supervisor-training Who is this for?

IOSH Working Safely is a one day course for staff from any sector wishing to gain a recognised certificate and a thorough grounding in the essentials of health and safety.

IOSH Working Safely Course:

Candidates will be able to understand why health and safety is important and be able to apply that knowledge in the workplace.

 » Read more about: IOSH Working Safely  »


24Apr 2016

Who is this for?

C&G Services CCNSG Leading a Team Safely passport scheme is for contractor personnel who will be managing small teams, within the context of Health and Safety in the Engineering Construction Industry. To meet the standard to receive the CCNSG Passport Card, operatives complete the sessions below:-

CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course:

The aim of the ECITB/CCNSG National Safety Passport Scheme is to ensure a basic knowledge of health and safety for all site personnel to enable them, after appropriate site induction, to work on site more safely with lower risk to themselves and others.

 » Read more about: CCNSG Leading a Team Safely – Passport Scheme  »


25Apr 2016

Who is this for?

C&G Services passport training scheme is for contractor personnel, designed to ensure operatives meet, or exceed, the minimum safety standard to receive the Client Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG) Passport Card.

The CCNSG Operative Training Course:

The aim of the CCNSG Safety Passport Scheme is to ensure a basic knowledge of health and safety for all site personnel to enable them, after appropriate site induction, to work on site more safely with lower risk to themselves and others.

 » Read more about: CCNSG Operative Training – Passport Scheme  »


26Apr 2016

Who is this for?

This course is for contractor personnel who have already passed the CCNSG National Course and it has to be taken within three months of the Safety passport expiry date.

The CCNSG Renewal Training Course course:

The CCNSG Renewal Course is designed as a one day refresher course for those who have already passed the CCNSG National Course. This has to be taken within three months of the Safety passport expiry date. If it is not taken within the specified time then the two day CCNSG National Course will have to be retaken.

 » Read more about: CCNSG Renewal Training – Passport Scheme  »


27Apr 2016

water-hygiene Who is this for?

This course is designed any person working on a restricted operations sites such as service reservoirs, pumping stations, treatment works, wells, spring and boreholes and working on the network of water mains and service pipes

National Water Hygiene Course:

To enable candidates to protect the safety of water through good hygiene practices while working on restricted operations. On successful completion of this course candidates will have gained the pre-requisite knowledge required to work safely with water, limiting the risk of contamination.

 » Read more about: National Water Hygiene Course  »


28Apr 2016

Who is this for?Nuclear Manufacturing

Anyone working in the manufacturing supply chain, particularly those involved in product design, manufacture, inspection and testing, sales, procurement and project management

What does the programme include?

This programme provides a basic introduction to nuclear industry expectations in terms of industry awareness, quality and workforce behaviours.

 » Read more about: Triple Bar Nuclear Manufacturing  »






16Jun 2016

fire-marshalWho is this for?

This training course is designed for personnel who have been allocated fire safety responsibilities, the prevention of fires and implementation of fire evacuations should a fire occur.

The Fire Marshal Course:

This training course will present an insight into fire regulations and general fire precautions. It aims to provide candidates with the knowledge required to be become an effective fire marshal. On completion of the course, delegates should be able to understand the hazards and precaution related to industrial fires, and what action to take in the event of a fire.

 » Read more about: Fire Marshal  »


05Jul 2016

ladder-safetyWho is this for?

This training course is designed for personnel who in the course of their work have to setup and use leaning ladders.

Safe Use of Ladders – Course:

This training course is designed to provide candidates with the knowledge and skills needed to safely setup and use leaning ladders. On completion of training, candidates should have a good understanding of the types, grades, markings and use of leaning ladders.

Course Content:

  • Introduction, aim and objectives
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Legislation,

 » Read more about: Safe Use of Ladders  »


10Aug 2016

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Who is this for?

This training course is designed for personnel who are required to inspect record and use life jackets during the normal course of their work.

Safe Use & Inspection of Life Jackets – Course:

On completion of this training course, candidates will have an understanding of the inspection, record keeping, operation and use of life jackets. Candidates will gain a full and complete knowledge of  life Jacket usage, including the correct method of inspecting, maintaining and recording their action.

Course Content:

  • Introduction,

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10Aug 2016

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Who is this for?

This training course is designed for people who are required to check, wear and adjust safety harness during the normal course of their work.

Safe Use of Safety Harness – Course:

To provide candidates with a good basic knowledge of the fitment, inspection, storage and correct use of the safety harness including the legal duties placed upon them during work activities. This training course is loaded with solid, factual and usable information that will enable candidates and the employer, to comply with HSE Standards, help to prevent accidents and provide maximum job site safety.

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10Aug 2016

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Who is this for?

This training course is designed for any person whose job involves work and entry into confined spaces. Candidates should have a current Medical Certificate.

City and Guilds L2 Qualification in Working in Medium Risk Confined Spaces – Course:

The aim of this unit is to assess learners against the national standard in a realistic medium risk environment preparing to work safely; entering and exiting confined spaces safely; preparing and using escape breathing apparatus; using equipment and tools safely; following procedures and dealing with emergencies. There is also a behavioural emphasis on the candidate undertaking the assessment in an efficient and safe manner.

 » Read more about: City and Guilds L2 Qualification in Working in Medium Risk Confined Spaces  »


10Aug 2016

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Who is this for?

Managers and anybody who works with contractors involved with the planning, procurement and management of temporary works, including those who may undertake a Temporary Works Supervisor role.

CSkills – Temporary Works Supervisor (TWS) Course:

This course is designed to assist those on site who have responsibility for supervising temporary works. On successful completion of this training course, candidates will be able to: Understand the need for and duties of a TWS, Understand the role of others and have a detailed knowledge and understanding of BS 5975 in respect of this role.

 » Read more about: CSkills – Temporary Works Supervisor (TWS)  »


10Aug 2016

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Who is this for?

Candidates must have experience in being responsible for managing all forms of temporary works and a good understanding of spoken and written English.

CSkills – Temporary Works Coordinator (TWC) Course:

This course is designed to assist those on site who have responsibility for managing all forms of temporary works. On successful completion of this training course, candidates will be able to: Understand the need for and duties of a TWC, Understand the role of others and have a detailed knowledge and understanding of BS 5975 in respect of this role.

 » Read more about: CSkills – Temporary Works Coordinator (TWC)  »


10Aug 2016

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Who is this for?

This specific training course designed to impart a greater knowledge of operational awareness in the safe use of hand tools and equipment. This course ensures compliance with regulation 8 and 9 of the provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER). Stating that managers and supervisors are to be given adequate information and training to supervise or manage the use of work equipment.

Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations – Course:

To give employees the operational knowledge required to effectively supervise the safe use of hand tools and equipment in their workplace.

 » Read more about: Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations  »


10Aug 2016

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Who is this for?

This training course is designed for personnel who have sufficient training, experience and knowledge of fire safety, to perform fire risk assessments for their workplace.

Fire Risk Assessments Course:

To enable delegates to understand the process of fire risk assessments and how they can be you used to identify all the fire hazards and risks in the workplace. On completion of the course, delegates will be able to understand the hazards and precautions related to industrial fires, what action to take in reducing or controlling fire related risks.

 » Read more about: Fire Risk Assessments  »


10Aug 2016

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Who is this for?

This course is designed for those who have little or no training delivery experience but intend to run short courses or training sessions on a regular basis.

Instructional Techniques Course:

To provide effective instruction in the techniques and knowledge required by the modern-day trainer. It will take into account the following:

– Relevant instruction skills

– Techniques for structuring training material into a logical sequence

– An objective and critical approach towards the effectiveness of the instruction presented

 » Read more about: Instructional Techniques  »


10Aug 2016

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Who is this for?

This training course is designed for personnel who wish to drive a proactive approach to identifying and reducing risk from manual handling tasks in the workplace.

Manual Handling Assessment Charts – MAC Tools Course:

To train learners in a step-by-step approach to evaluating and grading the degree of risk associated with different manual handling tasks. On completion of this training course learners will learn how to observe and engage with colleagues in open discussion around each factor of the MAC flow chart, enabling them to calculate the risk for the load and frequency of lifting,

 » Read more about: Manual Handling Assessment Charts – MAC Tools  »