Health and Safety Training Courses January - March 2019

Published Thursday, 13 December 2018

We would like to remind you that there are places available for the following health and safety training courses that are due to take place in the near future:

  • Working Alone in Safety / Dealing with Violence and Aggression 30 January 2019 9.30am - 11.30am
  • Incident Investigation 31 January 2019 9.30am - 12noon
  • Selection and Management of Contractors 6 February 2019  9.30am - 12noon
  • PASMA accredited Safe Erection and Use of Mobile Tower Scaffold - Provisionally 20 February 2019 9.30am - 3.30pm. The approximate cost will be £100 - £140 per head based on 8-12 people. The course will only run with a minimum of 8 delegates.
  • Health and Safety for Head Teachers, Leaders and Governors including Legal Update 27 February 2019 9.30am - 12noon (Please note this is a change of date from 26 February 2019 due to venue issues)
  • Premises Management for Site Services Officers 14 March 2019 9.30am - 2.30pm
  • Safe Use and Inspection of Ladders 20 March 2019 9.30am - 12noon

All courses are free to those schools that have a Health and Safety SLA with the City Council Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing Service. A per day, per delegate rate will be charged for Non SLA schools and academies.

For more details about the courses we offer, (costs for Non SLA schools and academies) and training dates, please see our health and safety training catalogue, training calendar and booking form. If you would like to book places on these courses, please complete the booking form and send it to  Dave Ariss, Senior Health and Safety Advisor – david.ariss@coventry.gov.uk

As a reminder, the Coventry City Council Health and Safety Standards in Schools document requires that some courses are mandatory for employees of Local Authority maintained, Community and Voluntary controlled schools where Coventry City Council is the employer. Mandatory training should be refreshed every two years. Please refer to the Health and Safety Standards in Schools document for more information.

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