All drivers of vehicles weighing over 3.5 tonnes are now required by law to complete 35 hours drivers CPC training. Bus/Coach drivers have to have this completed this by 10/09/2013, truck drivers by 10/09/2014 . This course is worth 7 hours towards your 35 hour requirement, the course is delivered in a classroom environment in a light hearted manner. It can be delivered in your work place and tailored to suit your company needs. The course does not have a pass test, however minor test sheets will be taken through the course. The 7 hour courses can be booked in blocks from 1 day up to 5 days to suit your requirements.
Previously there were 2 managers courses: national and international. Theses 2 courses have now merged into 1 course. However, anyone already qualified on the national will be permitted to attend the international course during 2012 only. The course is demanding and our tutors are there to ease your concerns with a wealth of successful courses behind them. This course is required for owner drivers or companies who operate vehicles over 3.5 tonnes for hire and reward. Training is classroom based and books for the course will be provided within the price. Refreshments and lunch will be provided during the course.
The need for first aid within the workplace is paramount, and we at Environ offer 1 and 3 days courses to suit your needs within the workplace and outside of work. You will leave Environ feeling confident that if a friend or work mate needs first aid, you will be able to assist in a minor way but make a major difference to that person or persons life. The course is delivered in a very friendly manner by a very experienced instructor who understands individuals needs and any doubts they may have about performing first aid.
Drivers transporting dangerous goods, within the scope of The Carriage of Dangerous Goods Regulations, are required by law to carry with them an ADR Certificate. Training and certificate provided on all core subjects with the opportunity available to continue onto Tanks module.
Covers all core subjects plus additional modules if required.
Manual Handling injuries are the cause of most lost working days in the UK, with sprains and strains due to the incorrect lifting and moving of objects causing most suffering to employees. The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and subsequent Regulations require that employees are provided with information and training and this general requirement should be supplemented with specific training and information on manual handling. This qualification provides an effective means of ensuring that employees are aware of their responsibilities and have understood the principles of the safe moving and lifting of loads.
Training provided in the role of a fire marshal, fire precautions, fire regulations and how to use the correct type of extinguisher in the event of a fire.
The Level 1 and 2 courses in Health and Safety have been developed to ensure that employees and employers are equipped with a basic knowledge of health and safety in their workplace, including the duties under UK health and safety legislation.