Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, commonly known as CPR, is an important element of First Aid training and can mean the difference between life and death in an emergency. Being CPR and First Aid trained is particularly beneficial to individuals who work in high risk environments but is also beneficial for office based employees and other lower risk workplaces. However, anyone can learn and benefit from having these skills.
In the realm of workplace safety, ladder-related accidents rank amongst the most prevalent and preventable. Ladder safety is not just about having the right equipment; it’s also about having the right training. TETRA Ladder Safety Systems Training offers a comprehensive approach to ladder safety that is designed to save lives, reduce accidents, and elevate workplace safety.
Working at heights training is necessary in various industries, but it comes with inherent risks. Falls from height are one of the leading causes of death and injury in the workplace, particularly in the construction and agricultural sectors
In industries where working at height is a common practice, ensuring the safety of workers is paramount. One key aspect of this safety is safe access and egress from elevated work platforms like mobile access towers.
In line with the HSENI’s latest safety awareness campaign, ‘Drive Danger Out’ the NISG have organised several seminars to raise awareness, educate, enhance safety, and reduce incidents involving workplace transport.
Street works or roadworks are a common, and yes, somewhat annoying sight if you’re a road user, pedestrian, or live in the vicinity and have to tolerate daily disruption and temporary traffic lights for a while! Those working in the construction industry know that the teams behind the scenes have a challenging job to do
In the realm of construction and excavation projects, where progress is synonymous with innovation, it’s crucial not to overlook the concealed hazards that lurk beneath the surface. Excavations, a pivotal part of these undertakings, carry inherent risks that necessitate expert handling. This is where Energy & Utilities Skills Register (EUSR) training steps in, a guardian of safety in the world of excavation.
Are you looking for a unique way to ensure the utmost safety and wellbeing of your workforce? Look no further than our tailor-made solution: the Bespoke Shut Down Health and Safety Day! At Industry Training Services, we understand the critical importance of safeguarding your team whilst maintaining productivity. Our exclusive Health and Safety Day is meticulously designed to cater specifically to the clients unique requirements focusing on day to day challenges on site.
Complying with legal and regulatory requirements is crucial in the construction industry, especially when it comes to temporary works. Failure to meet these obligations can result in serious consequences, such as accidents, injuries, project delays, legal penalties, and reputational damage. By prioritising compliance, construction companies can create safer work environments, protect their workers and the public, and ensure the successful completion of projects.
Safety training is all about ensuring that you return home to your loved ones after a productive day on the construction site. By understanding how to operate rolling and dumping equipment safely, you minimise the risk of accidents, injuries, and those “uh-oh” moments that could otherwise dampen the spirit of your work.
Confined spaces presents a multitude of hazards and risks that can jeopardise the well-being of workers. AT ITS we offer a range of CABWI accredited Confined Spaces Training Courses plus in-house and bespoke training for those working in low risk, medium risk and high risk confined spaces.