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<h5><strong>Duration: 1/2 Day</strong> <strong>Maximum 12 Candidates</strong> <strong>Who Should Attend?</strong></h5> This programme is designed for those individuals who delegate or participate in Work at Height activities using personal fall protection systems. <h5><strong>Aim</strong></h5> Provide the candidates with the necessary knowledge and understanding in relation to the use of safety harness and its associated equipment and identification of potential hazards and suitability of personal fall protection equipment. <h5><strong>Objective</strong></h5> By the end of the course candidates will be aware of the following: <ul> <li>Be able to identify specific hazards.</li> <li>Ensure an adequate risk assessment has been carried out to comply with current legislation.</li> <li>Harness Design, Provisions and testing.</li> <li>Wearing a Harness as per manufacturers instructions.</li> <li>Fall restraint and arrest systems .</li> <li>Harness inspection and maintenance.</li> <li>Be able to identify defective equipment or systems.</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Training Methods</strong></h5> A proportion of hands-on demonstration and practical exercises, supplemented with classroom based tutorials. <h5><strong>References</strong></h5> <ul> <li>Health & Safety at Work Legislation</li> <li>Working at Height Regulations</li> <li>Manufacturers Guidelines</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Additional info</strong></h5> Provisions must be made for training for any persons carrying out works with the use of safety harness and its associated equipment across differing environments for work at height, as a company appointed person. The course is specifically designed for any person who is involved with working with harness in the workplace.", "image": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/man-in-harness.jpg", "name": "Harness wearer / Inspection", "url": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/course/harness-wearer-inspection/" }
November 2021
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<h5><strong>Duration: 1/2 Day</strong></h5> <h5><strong>Who Should Attend Working at Height Awareness?</strong></h5> Operatives, Supervisors and Managers who require Working at Height Awareness training. This will enable them to assess, plan and implement the necessary safety precautions and control measures for any works involving height. <h5><strong>Objective</strong></h5> By the end of the course candidates will be aware of the following: <ul> <li>Implementation of Safe Working at Height Systems</li> <li>The requirement for an Emergency Rescue Plan</li> <li>First Aid requirements</li> <li>Correct selection of PPE and FPE</li> <li>An overview of various mobile platforms and temporary working platforms</li> <li>The Overview of fixed access systems</li> <li>An Overview of roof working</li> <li>The Overview of masts and tower access</li> <li>Overview of specialist rope access</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Training Methods</strong></h5> Classroom based training with a practical demonstration of equipment and various techniques. <h5><strong>References</strong></h5> <ul> <li>Health & Safety Legislation</li> <li>Working at Height Regulations</li> <li>Manufacturers Guidelines</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Additional Information in Working at Height Awareness</strong></h5> This course an understanding of the Working at Height Principals and hierarchy of control measures. It is recommended that additional training is completed for practical work at height.", "image": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Working-At-Height-Grey-1.png", "name": "Working at Height Awareness", "url": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/course/working-at-height-awareness/" }
November 2021
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<h5><strong>Duration: 1 Day</strong></h5> <h5><strong>Who Should Attend?</strong></h5> This 1 day course is predominantly intended for practical users who need to enter spaces which are substantially enclosed and where there is a potentially hazardous working environment. <h5><strong>Aim</strong></h5> This course is designed to ensure that delegates who need to enter such workplaces understand the requirements of the law, the need for risk assessments and safe systems of work and how to apply these practically. This includes competent use of the appropriate equipment, to enable entry to made safely. <h5><strong>Objective</strong></h5> By the end of the course candidates will be aware of the following: <ul> <li>What is a confined space and what are the hazards.</li> <li>Legal requirements.</li> <li>Risk assessments and safe systems of work.</li> <li>Equipment required to enter a confined space.</li> <li>The purpose and use of gas detection equipment.</li> <li>The purpose and use of escape breathing apparatus.</li> <li>The use of ropes and safety harnesses.</li> <li>The purpose and use of tripods and man riding winches.</li> <li>Personal protective equipment and hygiene.</li> <li>Examination, testing and maintenance of equipment.</li> <li>Ventilation and the avoidance of unsafe atmospheres.</li> <li>Communication and entry procedures.</li> <li>Practical exercise and assessments.</li> <li>Communication and entry procedures.</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Training methods</strong></h5> A proportion of hands-on demonstrations and practical exercises, supplemented with classroom based tutorials. <h5><strong>References</strong></h5> <ul> <li>Health & Safety at Work Act/ Order.</li> <li>Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations.</li> <li>Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations.</li> <li>Confined Spaces Regulations.</li> <li>Control of Substances Hazardous to Health.</li> <li>Personal Protective Equipment Regulations</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Additional Information</strong></h5> This training would also benefit Managers,Supervisors, Engineers (who may need to control work). All delegates should be physically fit, as an entry exercise will be carried out.", "image": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/ITS-306-scaled.jpg", "name": "Confined Spaces, Safe Entry, Escape Breathing Apparatus and Self Rescue (1 day)", "url": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/course/confined-spaces-safe-entry-escape-breathing-apparatus-and-self-rescue-1-day/" }
November 2021
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<h5><strong>Duration: 1 Day</strong></h5> <h5><strong>Who Should Attend IPAF MEWP (Scissor 3A and/or Boom 3b/1b) Training </strong></h5> This course is suitable for operators to prepare and safely operate various types of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) in order to obtain an IPAF MEWP Operators Licence. <h5><strong>Course Types Available:</strong></h5> <ul> <li>Static Boom (1b),</li> <li>Mobile Vertical scissor (3a)</li> <li>Mobile Boom (3b)</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Aim of IPAF MEWP Scissor/Boom lift Training </strong></h5> The IPAF training programme for mobile platform operators was developed by leading industry professionals and is certified by TUV as meeting the international standard ISO 18878:2004 Mobile elevating work platforms – Operator (driver) training. <h5><strong>Objective of IPAF MEWP </strong><strong>Scissor/Boom lift </strong><strong>Training </strong></h5> This course is suitable for operators to prepare and safely operate various types of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) in order to obtain an IPAF MEWP Operators Licence. On completion of this course attendees will: <ul> <li>Operate the MEWP safely and manoeuvre the machine as required, to correctly position and carry out the required tasks in a correct and proper manner.</li> <li>Conduct pre-use checks and daily maintenance prior to commencing work</li> <li>Understand the correct and safe method of operating the specific machine and be aware of accident prevention and control</li> <li>Be familiar with the correct emergency procedures, capacities and limitations</li> <li>Understand the importance of manufacturer instruction manuals</li> <li>Understand the selection and use of fall prevention equipment. Topics covered will include anchorage points in platforms, harness standards, explanation of fall arrest & harness inspection</li> <li>Be aware of the relevant Health and Safety Regulations</li> </ul>   Successful candidates will receive a digital Powered Access Licence (PAL) upon downloading the IPAF ePAL app, however physical PAL cards can be granted upon request at an additional cost.", "image": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/250118BT3-69-1.jpg", "name": "IPAF Mobile Elevated work platform (MEWP) Scissor (3A) and Boom Lift (3B and/or 1B)", "url": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/course/ipaf-mewp-operator-3a-3b-1b/" }
November 2021
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<h5><strong>Duration: 1 Day</strong></h5> <h5><strong>Who Should Attend Emergency First Aid at Work Training?</strong></h5> This course is a regulated First Aid course that covers the full HSE syllabus plus more. It is ideal for ‘nominated’ persons responsible for the First Aid provision in smaller low risk businesses or for people who provide support to qualified First Aiders in larger organisations and those with more complex risks. It is also the course required by Insurance Companies asking for a regulated First Aid training qualification. <h5><strong>Objective of </strong><strong>Emergency First Aid at Work Training</strong></h5> By the end of the course candidates will be aware of the following: <ul> <li>Acting safely, promptly and effectively in an emergency</li> <li>Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)</li> <li>Treating an unconscious casualty (including seizure)</li> <li>Wounds and bleeding</li> <li>Shock</li> <li>Minor injuries</li> <li>Choking</li> <li>Preventing cross infection, recording incidents and actions using the use of available equipment</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Emergency First Aid at Work Training </strong><strong>Methods</strong></h5> Classroom based training combined with practical learning exercises continually assessed by the trainer. <h5><strong>References</strong></h5> <ul> <li>Health & Safety at Work Act/ Order</li> <li>Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations</li> <li>Approved Code of Practice</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Additional Information</strong></h5> This course is ideal for smaller workplace that present few health and safety risks covering basic life saving first aid and workplace health and safety regulations. This course is legally compliant with the current Health and Safety (first aid) regulations. Candidates receive an Emergency first aid at work certificate which is valid for three years.We often run this course at our premises and for our clients across Northern Ireland, the UK and Ireland at their premises or a suitable site of their choosing. For more information <a title="Contact us" href="https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/contact-us/"><strong>CONTACT US</strong></a>", "image": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/First-Aid-Website-Image.jpg", "name": "Emergency First Aid at Work & Defibrillator", "url": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/course/emergency-first-aid-at-work-defibrillator/" }
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Confined Spaces, Safe Entry, Escape Breathing Apparatus and Self Rescue (1 day) Sold Out

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November 2021
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CITB Site Management safety training scheme (SMSTS 5 days)

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<h5><strong>Duration: 1/2 Day</strong></h5> <h5><strong>Maximum 12 Candidates</strong></h5> <h5><strong>Who Should Attend CAT and Genny Training?</strong></h5> CAT and Genny Training is ideal for those delegates that are involved in any type of excavation work on roads, construction sites, parks and Industrial Estates etc. <h5><strong>Aim of CAT and Genny Training</strong></h5> The course trains delegates on the correct use of common location equipment for locating underground services. It also covers the identification of common services and methods used to locate services that are not located with the equipment. It provides delegates with the essential knowledge needed to safely and correctly operate a Cable Avoidance Tool (CAT) along with a Signal Generator (GENNY) when tracing underground services to meet the guidance from <a title="Avoiding Danger from Underground Services" href="http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/books/hsg47.htm" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">HSG 47 for Avoiding Danger from Underground Services</a>. <h5><strong>Objective of CAT and Genny Training</strong></h5> By the end of the course candidates will be able to: <ul> <li>Understand what regulations and Codes of Practice apply.</li> <li>Correctly use common location equipment.</li> <li>Correctly identify samples of common services.</li> <li>Understand the benefit of Permit Systems.</li> <li>Identification of services from drawings.</li> <li>Carry out a survey and produce a sketch of services found.</li> <li>Safe digging practices.</li> </ul> <h5><strong>CAT and Genny Training methods</strong></h5> Classroom based training with practical demonstration. Candidates will also put into practice what they have learned by carrying out a survey with the location equipment and producing a sketch. <h5><strong>References</strong></h5> <ul> <li>Health & Safety at Work Act/ Order</li> <li>HSE G47 Guidance Document</li> <li>Equipment operators manual</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Additional Information</strong></h5> Candidates should bring suitable Personal Protective Equipment such as Safety Boots, Helmet, Gloves, Hi-Vis Coat or Vest. For training held at customers premises please ensure that a suitable room with tables and chairs is available. Also an outside area is required for candidates to locate live services.", "image": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Cat-and-Genny-Training.jpg", "name": "CAT & Genny", "url": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/course/cat-genny/" }
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CAT & Genny

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Harness wearer / Inspection

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Working at Height Awareness Sold Out

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Confined Spaces, Safe Entry, Escape Breathing Apparatus and Self Rescue (1 day) Sold Out

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October
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IPAF Mobile Elevated work platform (MEWP) Scissor (3A) and Boom Lift (3B and/or 1B) Sold Out

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Emergency First Aid at Work & Defibrillator

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CAT & Genny

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CAT & Genny

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CSR Health & Safety – 1 day (Portadown) Last Few Tickets

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Sign Lighting and Guarding

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November 2021
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CITB Site Management safety training scheme (SMSTS 5 days)

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<h5><strong>Duration: 1/2 Day</strong></h5> <h5><strong>Maximum 12 Candidates</strong></h5> <h5><strong>Who Should Attend CAT and Genny Training?</strong></h5> CAT and Genny Training is ideal for those delegates that are involved in any type of excavation work on roads, construction sites, parks and Industrial Estates etc. <h5><strong>Aim of CAT and Genny Training</strong></h5> The course trains delegates on the correct use of common location equipment for locating underground services. It also covers the identification of common services and methods used to locate services that are not located with the equipment. It provides delegates with the essential knowledge needed to safely and correctly operate a Cable Avoidance Tool (CAT) along with a Signal Generator (GENNY) when tracing underground services to meet the guidance from <a title="Avoiding Danger from Underground Services" href="http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/books/hsg47.htm" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">HSG 47 for Avoiding Danger from Underground Services</a>. <h5><strong>Objective of CAT and Genny Training</strong></h5> By the end of the course candidates will be able to: <ul> <li>Understand what regulations and Codes of Practice apply.</li> <li>Correctly use common location equipment.</li> <li>Correctly identify samples of common services.</li> <li>Understand the benefit of Permit Systems.</li> <li>Identification of services from drawings.</li> <li>Carry out a survey and produce a sketch of services found.</li> <li>Safe digging practices.</li> </ul> <h5><strong>CAT and Genny Training methods</strong></h5> Classroom based training with practical demonstration. Candidates will also put into practice what they have learned by carrying out a survey with the location equipment and producing a sketch. <h5><strong>References</strong></h5> <ul> <li>Health & Safety at Work Act/ Order</li> <li>HSE G47 Guidance Document</li> <li>Equipment operators manual</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Additional Information</strong></h5> Candidates should bring suitable Personal Protective Equipment such as Safety Boots, Helmet, Gloves, Hi-Vis Coat or Vest. For training held at customers premises please ensure that a suitable room with tables and chairs is available. Also an outside area is required for candidates to locate live services.", "image": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Cat-and-Genny-Training.jpg", "name": "CAT & Genny", "url": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/course/cat-genny/" }
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CAT & Genny

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Harness wearer / Inspection

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Working at Height Awareness Sold Out

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Confined Spaces, Safe Entry, Escape Breathing Apparatus and Self Rescue (1 day) Sold Out

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IPAF Mobile Elevated work platform (MEWP) Scissor (3A) and Boom Lift (3B and/or 1B) Sold Out

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Emergency First Aid at Work & Defibrillator

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CAT & Genny

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CAT & Genny

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CSR Health & Safety – 1 day (Portadown) Last Few Tickets

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November 2021
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<h5><strong>Duration: 1 Day</strong></h5> <h5><strong>Maximum 20 Candidates</strong></h5> <h5><strong>Who Should Attend CSR Training</strong></h5> The CSR training programme is designed for individuals who are required to carry out work or frequently visit construction sites. <h5><strong>Aim of CSR Training</strong></h5> To raise awareness on health and safety issues on construction sites. <h5><strong>Objective of CSR Training</strong></h5> By the end of the course candidates will be aware of the following: <ul> <li>Health and safety Legislation</li> <li>Accident reporting, emergency procedures and Fire prevention & control</li> <li>Accident prevention</li> <li>Manual handling</li> <li>Working at heights</li> <li>Personal protective equipment</li> <li>Working with hazardous substances</li> <li>Noise and vibration</li> <li>Working with electricity, overhead and underground services</li> <li>Safe use of hand held equipment</li> <li>Safe use of site vehicles</li> <li>Excavations and confined spaces</li> </ul> <h5><strong>CSR Training Methods</strong></h5> A classroom based tutorial course, supplemented with group activity workshops. Written multi-choice question paper to ensure learning and understanding. <h5><strong>References</strong></h5> <ul> <li>Health & Safety at Work Order/ Act</li> <li>Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations</li> <li>Lifting Operation and Lifting Equipment Regulations</li> <li>Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations</li> <li>Manual Handling Regulations</li> <li>Management Health & Safety at Work Regulations</li> <li>Construction Design & Management Regulations</li> <li>Noise at Work Regulations</li> <li>Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations</li> <li>The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations</li> <li>Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations</li> <li>Confined Spaces Regulations</li> <li>The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order</li> <li>Fire Workplace Precautions Regulations</li> <li>The Electricity at Work Regulations</li> </ul> <h5><strong>Additional Information</strong></h5> The <a title="Construction Skills Register " href="https://www.cefni.co.uk/CMS/ShowPageContent.aspx?CODE=CNSR" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Construction Skills Register</a> is a register of construction workers who have completed the industry approved CSR Health and Safety training course and assessment. To become registered, workers must complete a minimum of one day health and safety training. Applicants receive a photographic identity card that provides proof of their training. CSR is a Northern Ireland Scheme, affiliated with CSCS and equivalent to FAS Safe Pass. Click <a href="https://www.cefni.co.uk/schemes/construction-skills-register/card-types/">here</a> to see the different card types and their requirements.", "image": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/CSR_logo-793x661-1.jpg", "name": "CSR Health & Safety – 1 day (Portadown)", "url": "https://www.industrytrainingservices.com/course/csr-health-safety-1-day-portadown/" }
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CSR Health & Safety – 1 day (Portadown) Last Few Tickets

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Harness wearer / Inspection

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Working at Height Awareness Sold Out

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Confined Spaces, Safe Entry, Escape Breathing Apparatus and Self Rescue (1 day) Sold Out

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IPAF Mobile Elevated work platform (MEWP) Scissor (3A) and Boom Lift (3B and/or 1B) Sold Out

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Emergency First Aid at Work & Defibrillator

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CAT & Genny

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CAT & Genny

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