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Training For Health and Safety at Construction Sites

Site Management Safety Training Scheme or SMSTS is a training course for health and safety especially designed for site managers. This includes all the aspects of health and safety you need to learn. 237 more words

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Legionella Risk Assessments:

What this means for Landlords

Welcome to our first post. We have started this blog to raise awareness within the Landlord communities of their obligation to follow the legislation and to keep them about news and developments in this field. 449 more words

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Working at Heights — Is Your Business Legally Compliant?

Are you an employer, facilities manager or building owner who employs or contracts people to work at height?  If so, The Work at Height Regulations 2005 apply to you.  630 more words

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Key Benefits of Providing Health And Safety Training For Employees

Now a day’s safety has become integrated part of each and every business. Starting form retail shop, factory, show rooms, construction sites, paint industries, off shore rig and petro chemical industries. 304 more words

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H&S Training: Training Standards

Since the appointment of a Chief Prevention Officer in Ontario, health and safety training standards are high on the MOL’s priority list.   It’s about time, I say.  585 more words

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Evaluating the Success of Your Health and Safety Training Course

When we create a health and safety course, we want you, the client, to be delighted with our work. But we also want you to feel that it was a worthwhile investment (of both your time and money). 1,130 more words

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There ought to be a law: H&S Training

On August 3, 2017, the Toronto Star’s Headline “Coroner’s jury calls for better de-escalation training for police” came as no surprise to many. Year after year, and always after another citizen with mental health issues is shot dead by an officer, we continue to read the same recommendations for training – none of them legally binding. 1,018 more words