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PASMA Tower for Users Course

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The PASMA Towers For Users Course delivers a minimum of 7 hours of instruction and is aimed at giving FULL competence in assembling, altering, inspecting, moving, dismantling and using mobile access towers. This nationally recognised course is designed to instruct up to a maximum of 12 candidates, and provide training on mobile access towers manufactured in aluminium alloy or GRP fibreglass, approved to BS EN 1004: 2004 and which carry a current British Standard or other equivalent mark of approval. This course consists of a training room lecture, DVD presentation, written assessment, practical training and assessment on both of the current approved tower assembly methods, 3T (Through the Trap) and AGR (Advanced Guard Rail).

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IPAF 3A/3B

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The IPAF Training Course instructs candidates how to safely operate a range of MEWPS (Mobile Elevated Work Platforms). It also covers skills such as the selection and pre-inspection of the equipment. The IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) certification is internationally recognised qualification for use of such machinery.

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L.A Ladder & Step Ladder Users Course

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The Ladder Association (L.A) now offer a nationally recognised training scheme for users and managers wanting to equip themselves with the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to use ladders and step ladders legally and safely. Written with the guidance from the UKs leading experts on ladder manufacture, maintenance and safety, the L.A scheme addresses all the issues raised by the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and, more recently, the Work and Height Regulations 2005.This course can only be delivered by L.A approved training centres. Course content, instructors and training premises have been subjected to a rigorous assessment to ensure compliance with L.A standards. In addition to this, we are subject to an ongoing annual audit regime conducted by the Training Scheme Auditor to ensure that we continue to meet the high standards demanded by the L.A.

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The course will cover the following products: * Portable Angle Grinders fitted with cutting or grinding wheels * Portable Cut-Off Saws and Disc Cutters * Bench Top Cut-Off/Chop Saws This course is suitable for all operators, managers and supervisors, who as part of their working duties select, mount, specify or use abrasive wheels as defined in PUWER Regulations 1998. The aim of the course is to enable candidates to work safely, to provide an understanding of current legislation and promote awareness of the dangers and hazards of abrasive wheels, and to offer practical steps to reduce workplace accidents and encourage workers to adopt a culture that results in a safer workplace.

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CAT and Genny (HSG47) Course

Street WorksHealth & Safety
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This training course covers the use of the standard C Scope and Radiodetection ‘CAT’ (Cable Avoidance Tool) and ‘Genny’ (Signal Generator) to meet the HSG47 Health and Safety Guideline for avoiding danger from underground services. Each candidate will be instructed in the correct location techniques, methods of detection and limitations of the equipment. For anyone in an organisation who is responsible for tracing underground services prior to excavations.

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IPAF Harness Course

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The IPAF training Safety Harness Course instructs candidates how to use safety harnessess and lanyards when using a range of MEWPS (Mobile Elevated Work Platforms). It also covers skills such as the selection and pre-inspection of the equipment. The IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) certification is internationally recognised qualification for use of such machinery.

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Safety Harness Essentials Course

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

Course Overview: Kentec have developed our Safety Harness Essentials Training Course to provide untrained or new candidates with the essential knowledge required for the selection, wearing, using and the pre-use inspecting of Safety Harnesses, Lanyards and associated accessories while working at height.Suitable for: Anyone in an organisation involved in the use of safety harnesses and fall protection equipment in general for working at height. Course Objective: The training course also aims to provide each candidate with a base theoretical knowledge and practical experience required to effectively reduce the risks associated with working at height and using personal fall restraint and arrest equipment and systems, and to carry out, with competence, pre-use harness and lanyard inspections as required by regulations and approved codes of practice.

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Safety Harness Inspection Course

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

Course: This half day training normal runs in the afternoon, following our Safety Harness - Level 1 Course. The course provides each delegate with the core knowledge to correctly and formally inspect safety harness and associated fall protection equipment. Course objectives: To provide each delegate with the required competency to safetly and correctly carry out the statutory inspections to general items of fall protection equipment and accurately record the findings. Who will benefit?: All those, beit individuals or within an organisation involved in the formal statutory inspection of fall prevention/protection equipment for working at height. Course content: Legislation / Guidance Standards and Inspection Requirements Statutory inspections Equipment failure videos Storage, care and maintenance Identifying faults and damage (practical assessment) Theory test paper (multiple choice) Course Entry Requirements: Each delegates attending this course must be able to carry out a pre-use inspection of a full body harness/lanyard, and to correctly fit/adjust it. They should also be aware of the difference between Work Positioning, Fall Arrest and Fall Restraint, and the common hazards associated with the use of Personal Fall Protection Equipment and Working at Height in general.

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Our Safety Harness Level 4 (Rescue) Course delivers a minimum of 7 hours of both theory and hands on practical instruction and training to provide each delegate with the vital information, understanding and competence required to carry out remote rescue and evacuation using commonly available systems. This course also includes elements of our Safety Harness Level 1 (Essentials) as each delegates attending this course must have an understanding of working at height, the risks associated with working at height and be able to carry out a pre-use inspection of a full body harness/lanyard, and to correctly wear/fit/adjust it. Therefore, each delegate will be aware of the difference between Work Positioning, Fall Arrest and Fall Restraint Gotcha Assent and Descent Rescue System., and the common hazards associated with the use of Personal Fall Protection Equipment and Working at Height in general. In addition, this course is designed to enable each delegate to competently select, setup, inspect and usethe following range of commonly used rescue/evacuation equipment:IKAR ABS3WH controlled descent system with rescue lifting facility.Gotcha assent and descent rescue system.Descent only rescue system (tandem rescue system).Lightweight emergency descent control system (auto descender).Rescue ladder system.

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PASMA Low Level Access Course

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The PASMA Low Level Access Course delivers 4 hours of instruction and is designed to instruct up to a maximum of 12 delegates, and will cover the low-level access products with platform heights of 2.5m or below, such as Podium Steps, Folding Room Scaffolds and wide area low level access towers, the course incorporates theory and practical instruction sessions and assessments. This course will instruct and assess each candidate in the competence to assemble, dismantle, use, move and inspect low-level prefabricated access units. This low level access course is suitable for anyone in an organisation, who assembles, alters, dismantles, moves, inspects and most importantly USES low level access equipment such as podiums, folding room scaffolds and wide area platforms. This not only includes construction sites but all workplaces, such as schools, offices and factories both internally and externally.

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IOSH Managing Safely Course

IOSHHealth & Safety
POA

Course Description The IOSH Managing Safely Course develops the legal, moral and social duties of sector supervisors, managers or directors by giving guidance on how to control their workforce in accordance with current Health & Safety and best practice. Who Should Attend IOSH Managing Safely is for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation. It's designed to get managers up to speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle health and safety in their teams.

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Emergency First Aid (1 Day)

First AidHealth & Safety
POA

This is a one day course, which, prior to 2009, was the qualification taken by those designated as an 'Appointed Person for First Aid' in an organisation. It is suitable for all who wish to learn Basic First Aid and those who need a formal qualification, but the risk assessment shows that the full First Aid at Work certificate is not necessary. The course meets the requirements of the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 Duration: The course is normally run over one day (6 hours). Assessment: There is no external assessment. Delegates will need to demonstrate competency to the course tutor during the course

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PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

Aimed at providing suitable competence to those operatives working on mobile towers, but not assembling, altering or dismantling them. This course is also suitable for the work at height novice and explains the concepts and terminology of working at height, preventing falls and the hierarchy of measures.

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PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access Course

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

PASMA Training is the most widely recognised and accepted form of Mobile Access Tower Training. The PASMA Combined Standard Tower for Users and Low Level Access Course is designed to instruct up to a maximum of 8 delegates per course and is aimed at giving full competence in assembling, altering, inspecting, moving, dismantling and using Alloy or Fibreglass Mobile Access Towers and Prefabricated Low Level Access Units. As a PASMA accredited training provider, Kentec are able to offer the full range of PASMA courses at our training centre in Tonbridge or at your site or work place subject to conditions and available facilities. This course consists of a training room lecture, DVD presentation, written assessment, practical training and assessment.

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Our Abrasive Wheels for Portable and Fixed Machines course delivers a minimum of 6 hours of classroom based instruction for all operators, managers and supervisors, who as part of their working duties select, mount, specify or use abrasive wheels as defined in PUWER Regulations 1998. The aim of the course is to enable candidates of varied experience and ability to work safely, to provide an understanding of current legislation and promote awareness of the dangers and hazards of abrasive wheels, and to offer practical steps to reduce workplace accidents and encourage workers to adopt a culture that results in a safer workplace. The course will cover the following products: * Portable Angle Grinders fitted with cutting or grinding wheels * Portable Cut-Off Saws and Disc Cutters * Bench Top Cut-Off/Chop Saws * Bench Mounted Grinders * Pedestal Mounted Grinders

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Manual Handling Course

General SafetyHealth & Safety
POA

Our Manual Handling Course delivers 3 – 4 hours of classroom based instruction to enable candidates to gain an understanding of the process of lifting and moving loads, be able to identify risks and determine the safest method of handling without injury, in line with approved code of practice, accepted lifting methods and regulations. This comprehensive course is suitable for anyone in an organisation who is required to handle, lift, push or move any load from office workers, construction workers to production line operators.

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IOSH Working Safely Course

IOSHHealth & Safety
POA

IOSH Working Safely is for people at any level, in any sector, needing a grounding in the essentials of health and safety. Working safely meets the government’s guidelines for introductory health and safety training and is a 100 per cent match to the Health and Safety Executive’s ‘passport’ syllabus. This course is a one-day course offering all the basics in a high impact interactive package with fantastic quality animated graphics designed to be fun and get people fully involved and interested. It is jargon-free technical content based on what people need to know in practice, not off-putting legal language with clear scenarios drawn from genuine work situations to drive home practical points. We incorporate the very latest tips and suggestions – from grabbing and retaining attention to maximising the training experience and making sure key points are taken on board with assessments built into the day’s training – so there is no need for follow-on tests on separate days, taking up valuable work time

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This qualification, aimed at those who carry out manual handling at work, provides essential information about manual handling hazards and their control. To give you maximum flexibility it can be delivered as a half-day programme for learners who only wish to gain the CIEH Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handling.

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RTITB Counterbalance Forklift - Refresher

Plant TrainingHealth & Safety
POA

Our RTITB Refresher Fork Truck course is only available for those operators with documentary evidence of basic training and who wish to renew their certification to use counterbalance forklift truck and will include theory instruction and assessment followed by practical operator training and assessment. The Counterbalance Forklift is the most common of fork lift’s in use today and are the workhorse of most materials handling operations. They come in a vast range of sizes and capacities from small, maneuverable electric 3 wheelers of 1000kg capacity through to huge 50,000kg capacity diesel machines. The most common are 2,500kg capacity diesel or LPG machines. As a RTITB accredited training organisation we can offer nationally recognised training. All candidates who successfully complete this course are awarded a RTITB Certificate and Photo ID Card. This then enables the trained operator to use any counterbalance forklift up to a 5000 kg lifting capacity (with authorisation) anywhere in the UK. Their names and details are kept on a National Operators Registration Scheme Database (NORS) for 3 years.

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RTITB Counterbalance Forklift - Experienced

Plant TrainingHealth & Safety
POA

Our RTITB Experienced Fork Truck course is for existing operator with some previous experience of using a counterbalance forklift truck and will include theory instruction and assessment followed by practical operator training and assessment. The Counterbalance Forklift is the most common of fork lift’s in use today and are the workhorse of most materials handling operations. They come in a vast range of sizes and capacities from small, maneuverable electric 3 wheelers of 1000kg capacity through to huge 50,000kg capacity diesel machines. The most common are 2,500kg capacity diesel or LPG machines. As a RTITB accredited training organisation we can offer nationally recognised training. All candidates who successfully complete this course are awarded a RTITB Certificate and Photo ID Card. This then enables the trained operator to use any counterbalance forklift up to a 5000 kg lifting capacity (with authorisation) anywhere in the UK. Their names and details are kept on a National Operators Registration Scheme Database (NORS) for 3 years.

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RTITB Counterbalance Forklift - Novice

Plant TrainingHealth & Safety
POA

Our RTITB Novice Fork Truck course is for operators with little or no previous experience using a counterbalance forklift truck and will include theory instruction and assessment followed by practical operator training and assessment. The Counterbalance Forklift is the most common of fork lift’s in use today and are the workhorse of most materials handling operations. They come in a vast range of sizes and capacities from small, maneuverable electric 3 wheelers of 1000kg capacity through to huge 50,000kg capacity diesel machines. The most common are 2,500kg capacity diesel or LPG machines. As a RTITB accredited training organisation we can offer nationally recognised training. All candidates who successfully complete this course are awarded a RTITB Certificate and Photo ID Card. This then enables the trained operator to use any counterbalance forklift up to a 5000 kg lifting capacity (with authorisation) anywhere in the UK. Their names and details are kept on a National Operators Registration Scheme Database (NORS) for 3 years.

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IPAF MEWPS for Managers

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The IPAF MEWPs for Managers Course delivers a minimum of 6 hours of classroom based instruction. The course aims to instruct a supervisor/manager on what is required to prepare for and safely co-ordinate various types of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) within their control. This IPAF MEWPs course is suitable for all supervisors or managers in your company or organisation that control the work of others in the use of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPs) including scissor lifts, self-propelled boom lifts, vehicle mounted booms, trailer mounted booms lifts and aerial work platforms.information on this course.

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IPAF Push Around Vertical (PAV) Training

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The IPAF PAV Course delivers 4 hours of both classroom and practical training and assessment on how to safely operate, select and carry out pre-use inspection of Push Around Vertical Personnel Lifts (PAV). Operators who are trained in the categories Static Vertical (1a), Mobile Vertical (3a) or Scissor Lift (old IPAF category SL) will also be able to use a Push Around Vertical (PAV) after being familiarised with the specific machine. Push Around Verticals are essentially small, simple static vertical machines. However, unlike Static Verticals (IPAF category 1a), they have no mechanical drive and are physically pushed around. Popular with contractors and the non-construction sector who are using this type of equipment for low-level access work.

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CIEH Level 2 Principles of Risk Assesment

General SafetyHealth & Safety
POA

This new qualification is designed to help improve the workplace culture for occupational health and safety by enabling learners to understand the basic principles of risk assessment. This CIEH Level 2 Award Principles in Risk Assessment was created in response to industry requirements for all employees to be risk aware. Although not all employees will be expected to undertake risk assessments themselves, they may be asked to contribute to the process and will be expected to act always to protect their own health and safety and that of others. Facts Duration: One-day training session Assessment: Multiple choice examination Ofqual accredited: Yes Ofqual qualification reference: 500/3518/6 Prerequisite: CIEH Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace (recommended, not compulsory)

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The Ladder Association Ladder and Step Ladder Combined User & Inspection Training Course delivers a minimum of 8 hours of instruction on this nationally recognised training scheme for users, inspectors, supervisors and managers wanting to equip themselves with the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to safely use and inspect ladders and step ladders legally and safely.

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DO NOT USE

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DO NOT USE

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

Our First Aid at Work Course delivers a minimum of 18 hours of instruction and is conducted over 3 days. This course provides the comprehensive set of practical skills needed to become a confident first aider at work, giving you both the ability and knowledge to deal with first aid emergencies in the work place. This course is fully accredited by a QCF qualification. All course material and information is evaluated and quality assured to meet the new guidelines set out by the HSE in October 2013 and meet the requirements of the First Aid at Work (First Aid) regulations 1981.

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DO NOT USE

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DO NOT USE

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UKATA Asbestos Awareness

AsbestosHealth & Safety
POA

Our UKATA approved Asbestos Awareness Training course delivers a minimum of 4 hours of instruction and is designed for those who need a basic understanding of asbestos and its potential risks. Candidates who are responsible for the repair and maintenance of commercial property will be able to identify and deal with asbestos, and meet their legal ‘duty to manage’. Exemption from this requirement for training, only applies when it can be demonstrated that the working environment is free from all asbestos-containing materials (ACM’s.) All of our asbestos trainers are UKATA (United Kingdom Asbestos Training Association) registered trainers and they’re able to provide Asbestos Awareness Training in line with HSE guidelines. Our instructors also hold professional teaching certificates from CIEH (Chartered Institute of Environmental Health)and BOHS ( British Occupational Hygiene Society) P405 qualifications, so you are assured of the very highest standards of instruction.

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PASMA Tower for Managers

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The PASMA Towers For Managers Course delivers a minimum of 6 hours of classroom based instruction and is designed to instruct up to a maximum of 12 delegates per session. A ‘must do’ course over one day for managers and supervisors responsible for overseeing the work of operatives on site. It is designed to ensure that work at height using mobile access towers is properly planned and organised and that those involved on site are competent and properly trained.

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PASMA Towers for Stairs Course

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The PASMA Towers on Stairs Course delivers a minimum of 7 hours of classroom and practical instruction to providing suitable competence to those operatives working on Mobile Access Towers assembled on Stairways. This nationally recognised course is designed to instruct up to a maximum of 6 candidates, and provide training on mobile access towers manufactured in aluminium alloy or GRP fibreglass, approved to BS EN 1004: 2004 and which carry a current British Standard or other equivalent mark of approval. This course has recently been introduce after a complete revision and up date.

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IPAF Operator Training (1 Category)

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The IPAF Operator Training Course in one category delivers a minimum of 7 hours of both theory and practical instruction and assessment for candidates on how to safely operate, select and carry out pre-use inspection of a range of MEWPS (Mobile Elevated Work Platforms) in the workplace.

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IPAF Operator Training (3 Categories)

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The IPAF Operator Training Course delivers a minimum of 7 hours of both theory and practical instruction and assessment for candidates on how to safely operate, select and carry out pre-use inspection of a range of MEWPS (Mobile Elevated Work Platforms) in the workplace. The IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) certification is an internationally recognised qualification for use of such machinery. More than 90,000 operators are trained each year through a worldwide network of training centres. As an approved training centre, we are regularly audited by IPAF.

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IPAF Demonstrator Course

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The IPAF Demonstrator Course delivers a minimum of 7 hours of both classroom and practical instruction on to correctly carrying out the required tasks involved in the role of Demonstrator which is to familiarise operators with their responsibilities and demonstrate pre-operational and safe operating procedure and the limitations of MEWPs.

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L.A Ladder & Step Ladder Inspection Course

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The Ladder Association Ladder and Step Ladder Inspection Course delivers a minimum of 4 hours of instruction on this nationally recognised training scheme for users, supervisors and managers wanting to equip themselves with the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to inspect ladders and step ladders legally and safely. Written with the guidance from the UK’s leading experts on current ladder manufacture, maintenance and safety, the Ladder Association scheme addresses all the issues raised by the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 and, more recently, the Work and Height Regulations 2005.

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The CIEH Level 2 Award in Manual Handling – Principles and Practice is aimed at those who carry out manual handling at work, provides essential information about manual handling hazards and their control. This one day course is designed for those who need instruction and understanding of practical manual handling techniques and want to gain the full CIEH Level 2 Award in Manual Handling – Principles and Practice.

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CIEH Level 2 Award in Principles of COSHH

General SafetyHealth & Safety
POA

This qualification complements the CIEH Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace by introducing candidates to the inherent risks in substances and the controls available over a minimum 3 hour session. Employers have a duty to comply with legislation governing information, notification, supply, packaging, labelling and control of dangerous substances and preparations used within the workplace.

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The Level 2 Award in Fire Safety Principles allows candidates to develop their basic fire safety awareness. It is particularly useful for employees who are to have a designated responsibility for workplace fire safety, for example as fire wardens or fire marshals, and provides the knowledge that will allow them to carry out duties relating to fire safety and emergency procedures.

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The IOSH Managing Safely Refresher course is designed to provide continued support to managers in dealing with health and safety issues in the workplace and is fully accredited by IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health). This Managing safely refresher course is designed for managers and supervisors, of any organisation or sector and is unlike any other. Full of step-by-step guidance, and with a sharp business focus, you’ll find that the highly innovative format and content inspires delegates – critical to refresh and reinforce essential health and safety understanding.

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Our CAT & Genny Course featuring the RD4000, RD7000 and RD8000 Cable Avoidance Tools and SignalRD7000 Generators delivers 6 hours of theory and practical instruction. It provides candidates with the essential knowledge needed to safely and correctly operate these specific units when tracing underground services to meet the guidance from HSG 47 for avoiding danger from underground services. The course involves hands on use of the actual locators to detect and trace the route of buried services. This will cover the different types of buried services that exist, current legislation and best practice concerning detecting buried services, the safety implications of not using a locator and associated ancillary equipment, use of local utility plans, observation of evidence in the street etc.

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Powertool Safety – Principles

General SafetyHealth & Safety
POA

Our most popular Powertool training option is this half day course which delivers up to 4 hours of classroom based theory and non-live practical instruction and assessment for the more experienced powertool operators. The aim of this course is to enable candidates to work safely, to provide an understanding of current legislation and promote awareness of the dangers and hazards of powertools, and to offer practical steps to reduce workplace accidents and encourage workers to adopt a culture that results in a safer workplace.

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Our most popular Powertool training option is this half day course which delivers up to 4 hours of classroom based theory and non-live practical instruction and assessment for the more experienced powertool operators. The aim of this course is to enable candidates to work safely, to provide an understanding of current legislation and promote awareness of the dangers and hazards of powertools, and to offer practical steps to reduce workplace accidents and encourage workers to adopt a culture that results in a safer workplace. Our Powertool Safety – Principles and Practice course delivers a minimum of 7 hours of classroom and live practical based instruction and assessment for all operators, managers and supervisors, who as part of their working duties use Powertools in the workplace as defined in PUWER Regulations 1998. The aim of the course is to enable candidates with limited experience and ability to gain the knowledge and understanding to work safely, understand current legislation and promote awareness of the dangers and hazards of using powertools and to offer practical steps to reduce workplace accidents and encourage workers to adopt a culture that results in a safer workplace. This course includes the use of a range of Powertools such as: Portable Circular Saw Portable and Bench Mounted Cut-Off & Mitre Saws Portable Jigsaws Portable Rotary Hammer & Percusion Drills Portable Planers

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You can only attend this course if you have an ‘in date’ and valid First Aid at Work certificate. The course is 12 contact hours and must be carried out over at least 2 days and you will be assessed on completion of the course by 1 or 2 assessors (not the instructor). The certificate is valid for 3 years and then you can attend another 2 day requalification as long as your certificate is still in date. If your certificate is not in date then you will have to attend the full 3 day course again. The HSE recommend that all first aiders complete an annual first aid refresher course.

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POA

The AED (Automated External Defibrillator), BLS (Basic Life Saving) & CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) Course delivers a minimum of 6 hours of theory and practical instruction and assessment, depending upon previous training and experience and is aimed at anyone who requires a course in AED use. AED units are becoming more common in the community and workplace. With the right training, they are easy to use and can Learning AED skills is becoming more important with the increase in the numbers of units in the community and workplace. They are easy to use with a little training and make a real difference in the chance of survival to someone in cardiac arrest. If you have already completed any other first aid course you will understand the importance of prompt use of an AED making this an ideal next course to take to develop your skills. Candidates will be required to undertake both a theory and practical assessment at the end of the training course. The practical assessment is designed to be low stress and ample preparation is given.

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PASMA Towers for Stairs

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

Delivery Method: Classroom & Practical Max Class Size: 6 Assessment: Written Examination and Practical Session Duration: One Day, usually 8:30am to 4:30pm Prerequisite: Each delegate must have successfully completed the PASMA Tower for Users Course within the previous 5 years. Awarding Body: PASMA Certificate: Each successful delegate will receive a PASMA Certificate of Competence and Photo ID Card (valid for 5 years)

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PASMA Tower for Stairs

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

The PASMA Towers on Stairs Course delivers a minimum of 7 hours of classroom and practical instruction to providing suitable competence to those operatives working on Mobile Access Towers assembled on Stairways and Escalators.

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PASMA Working at Heights Essentials

Working At HeightsHealth & Safety
POA

SMSTS Refresher 2 Day

Site ManagementHealth & Safety
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About Us

Kentec Training Ltd is a multi-disciplined and well established provider of training for Work at Height. We offer training for Powered Access, Mobile Access Towers, Low Level Access, Ladders, Steps and Abrasive Wheels and offers training courses both to our own certification and to nationally recognised standards. We are a registered and approved training centre for PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers' & Manufacturers' Association), tLA (The Ladder Association) and IPAF (International Powered Access Federation). Kentec Training has been granted accreditation by the B.A.F (British Abrasives Federation) to provide operator training courses in the safe use of abrasive products.

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