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.
Industry Training Services are honoured to receive an All-Ireland All-Star Accreditation from the All-Ireland Business Foundation (AIBF). This success highlights our commitment to providing the highest level of health and safety training across Ireland and the customer-centric approach we place at the core of our business.
As a business owner, you have a responsibility to ensure the health and safety of your employees. One of the most important steps you can take to achieve this is to have a first aider on site who has undertaken accredited first aid at work training.
April is National Safe Digging month and every year ITS celebrates this to raise further awareness of safe digging practices, particularly within the construction and engineering sectors across the UK and Ireland.
Industry Training Services has planned a charity bike ride for Saturday 16th September 2023 across Counties Armagh and Tyrone to raise funds for The Lighthouse Club, the only charity that provides emotional, physical and financial wellbeing support to construction workers and their families.
Women in Construction Week takes place during the first full week in March every year. It is a time to highlight all the great initiatives and work of women within the industry. Likewise, it is a time that brings to the fore the opportunities that are available to women in construction.
Due to significant growth across Ireland and expansion of the range of courses offered, health and safety training specialists, Industry Training Services (ITS) is currently advertising a number of vacancies.
The roles are Training Co -Ordinators x 2