First Aid and Safety

First Aid and Safety

First Aid Courses
Activity First Aid – FAA Level 3 Award – 2-Day 
Activity First Aid – FAA Level 6 Award Scotland – 2-Day 
Airway Management Training
Annual Refresher for First Aiders – Half Day 
Appointed Person – 2 hour 
Basic Life Support – 3 hours 
Basic Life Support NON-REGULATED 
BLS & Safe Use of an AED – FAA Level 2 Award – 4 hours 
BLS & Safe Use of an AED – FAA Level 5 Award Scotland – 4 hours
Catastrophic Bleeding Control 
Defibrillation – FAA Level 2 Award (CPR & AED skills) 1-day 
Defibrillation – FAA Level 5 Award Scotland (CPR & AED skills) 1-day 
Defibrillation Annual Refresher – Half Day 
DISTANCE LEARNING – First Aid for Mental Health – FAA Level 2 Award – 1 day
DISTANCE LEARNING – First Aid for Mental Health – FAA Level 5 Award Scotland – 1 day
DISTANCE LEARNING – First Aid for Mental Health Awareness – FAA Level 1 Award – 4 hours
DISTANCE LEARNING – First Aid for Mental Health Awareness – FAA Level 4 Award Scotland – 4 hours
DISTANCE LEARNING – Leading First Aid for Mental Health – FAA Level 6 Scotland Award – 2 day
DISTANCE LEARNING – Supervising First Aid for Mental Health – FAA Level 3 Award – 2 day
Emergency First Aid at Work – FAA Level 3 Award – 1 day 
Emergency First Aid at Work – FAA Level 6 Scotland Award – 1 day 
Emergency First Aid for Motorcyclists (EFAM) 
Emergency Response – Sports Injuries 
FAW Re-qualification – FAA Level 3 – 2 day 
FAW Re-qualification – FAA Level 6 Scotland – 2 day
First Aid Annual Refresher – Half Day 
First Aid at Work – FAA Level 3 – 3 day 
First Aid at Work – FAA Level 6 Scotland – 3 day 
First Aid for Mental Health – FAA Level 2 Award – 1 day
First Aid for Mental Health – FAA Level 5 Award Scotland – 1 day
First Aid for Mental Health Awareness – FAA Level 1 Award – 4 hours
First Aid for Mental Health Awareness – FAA Level 4 Award Scotland – 4 hours
First Aid Risk Assessment – FAA Level 2 Award 1-day 
First Aid Risk Assessment – FAA Level 5 Award – Scotland 1-day 
Immediate Management of Anaphylaxis – FAA Level 3 Award – 1 day 
Immediate Management of Anaphylaxis – FAA Level 6 Award Scotland – 1 day 
Leading First Aid for Mental Health – FAA Level 6 Scotland Award – 2 day
Oxygen Therapy Administration – FAA Level 3 Award – 1 day 
Oxygen Therapy Administration – FAA Level 6 Award Scotland – 1 day 
Paediatric Emergency First Aid – FAA Level 3 – 1 day 
Paediatric Emergency First Aid – FAA Level 6 Scotland – 1 Day 
Paediatric First Aid – FAA Level 3 – 2 day 
Paediatric First Aid – FAA Level 6 Scotland – 2 Day 
Supervising First Aid for Mental Health – FAA Level 3 Award – 2 day
 
 
Coast Risk Management Partnership
Health and Safety Services
Fire Safety
Fire Marshal Training
Risk Assessment Traiing
Enviromental MHE Assessments (Risk assessment and Suitability with recommendations of Material Handlig Equipement
Operator Assessments
MHE Audit Training
Lifting Inspection (Accessories and Machinery) Training
Racking Inspection
Manual Handling (Person Services for Social Care Settings)
MHE Sales, Hire and Servicing

How can we help you?

After 30 years working for others within the manufacturing Industries, gaining many years experience both as an operator and a trainer, working in-house and accredited for 1st tier suppliers to industry, both Booking and Financing Training, we noticed that the majority of “External” training is priced on a per person per course basis,  and spiralling costs have led to the majority of business having their own In-House trainers in an attempt to control costs.

Unfortunately this has also led to a rise in accidents and incidents.

Why?

Being a great Operator does not easily translate into being a good trainer, this is because training someone else is like most things a skill, but a skill that requires practise, repetition and time.

As an FLT Driver, your primary motivation is to be the best driver you can be and the time, effort and practise required to  accomplish this can be done within your normal day to day activities.

So you take a great operator and ask them to  train someone else? At this point you have to ask the question, are they a Operator? Or are they a trainer? To be able to train they must now spend time and effort to learn how to train, not only that, but they have to practise, and train regularly, they need to spend time, time that unfortunately due to the demands of business, an operator/trainer does not generally have.

Training maybe 1 day a month, does not allow them the time to practise the art of training to become a great trainer, they will still be one of your companies best drivers, but it is proven that across the industry this had led to a decrease in standards of training, and an increase in Incidents and accidents.

As someone who trains rarely is busy thinking of their other job the majority of the time.

We offer in house or accredited, the choice is yours!

All training is to the accreditation standard, which is recognised throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland as one of the leading training accrediting bodies and is one of the highest standards within the profession. Which has been going for over 40 years, and the accreditation schemes and standards are guided by the Approved Code of Practice for Rider-operated lift trucks: Operator training (ACOP L117). With a team that includes only fully qualified instructors and Examiners You can rest assured of our attention to quality training that will be of benefit to your business which will ultimately provide a safer working environment for all on site. Our training company can provide accredited training and all our instructors are registered, All our instructors initially qualify as forklift truck training specialist instructors/examiners. The instructors have many years of knowledge and skills which are second to none. Forklift training is provided by our forklift truck training specialists which can be conducted for the novice forklift operators, refresher & re-tests which are periodically conducted on any forklift category.