Drivers CPC modules for only £50!

Drivers CPC modules for only £50!

GRAB A BARGAIN.
ALL Drivers CPC courses next week are now reduced to only £50 per person (per day)
Monday 27th-Health & Safety/Emergency Aid.
Tuesday 28th-Fire Marshall/Company Image.
Wednesday 29th-Security/Tiredness, Diet and Lifestyle.
Thursday 30th-Economics/Vehicle checks and Defects.
Call Tracey NOW to book a course – 01452 548848

Drivers CPC modules for only £50!

Drivers CPC modules

Are you still looking for some drivers CPC modules? We are running courses at our training centre in Brockworth this month and have a few spaces available. Only £70 per person, various modules on offer, call Tracey on 01452 548848 for more details or to book a place.

Modules available:
Monday 27th January – Health & Safety/Emergency Aid.
Tuesday 28th – Fire Marshall/Company Image.
Wednesday 29th – Security/Tiredness, Diet and Lifestyle.
Thursday 30th – Economics/Vehicle checks and Defects.
Book early to avoid disappointment.

January 10% discount offer

January 10% discount offer

Call Tracey in the office – 01452 548848 or email tracey@globalflt.com quoting JAN10 to take advantage of the discount offer on ALL of our training and safety courses booked in January. This offer is open to our existing customers, new customers and private individuals.

Courses include: all types of forklift trucks, cherry pickers, scissor lifts, scaffold towers, Telehandler, lorry mounted HIAB, Moffett truck, Overhead gantry cranes, Drivers CPC, Manual handling, lifting and slinging, working at height, fire marshall, abrasive wheels, spill kits etc.etc.

Drivers CPC Courses

Drivers CPC Courses

We are taking bookings for drivers CPC seven hour modules.

Various modules available, cost is £70 per person.
Checks and Defects
Company and Public Image
Drivers Hours
Eco Driving
Emergency Aid
Fire Marshall
Health & Safety
Licence, Weights, & Dimensions
Security
Tachograph
Tiredness, Diet, Lifestyle

Course Dates 2019:
Saturday 30th November
Saturday 14th December
Course Dates 2020:
Saturday 4th January
Saturday 18th January
Saturday 1st February
Saturday 15th February
Saturday 29th February
Saturday 14th March
Saturday 28th March
Saturday 18th April
Saturday 2nd May
Saturday 16th May
Saturday 30th May

Worker Seriously Injured on First Day Due to Insufficient Lift Truck Training

Worker Seriously Injured on First Day Due to Insufficient Lift Truck Training

An agency worker sustained serious, life changing injuries following a lift truck incident on his first day at work. On 18th May 2017, the 27 year old worker arrived for his first day at work for H & M Distribution Limited in Cheltenham, as a multi drop delivery driver. After receiving a brief induction, the driver went on to successfully make his first drop. When attempting to make his second delivery, he found that the address he had been provided with was incorrect, meaning he was unable to deliver a consignment of 12 beer kegs. During his next delivery, the worker used a pallet truck located in the back of his lorry to manoeuvre the 12 beer kegs, which were blocking access to the next load on his list.

The courts heard how it was during this manoeuvre that the worker fell backwards off the raised tail lift and fell to the ground, several kegs fell from the back of the lorry, landing on top of the driver. He suffered serious injuries, including a traumatic brain injury and facial fractures, and was required to have metal plates inserted into his skull after the incident.

An investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) found that the agency worker had no previous experience of operating a tail lift or pallet truck similar to the ones involved in the incident. Before undertaking any work, he was not made aware of how to operate a pallet truck on a tail lift and no practical training in the safe use of the machinery was given. HSE stated that as an employer, H & M Distribution failed to carry out competence training and look into previous experience of the agency worker.Due to these failures and insufficient training given, H & M Distribution Limited of Newton Le Willows, Warrington pleaded guilty to breaching Regulation 3(1) of the HSWA 1974. They received a fine of £60,000 and ordered to pay costs of £7,203.14.Speaking after the hearing, HSE inspector, Berenice Ray, said: “Employers who use agency workers or contractors have a responsibility to firstly establish the workers’ competence, taking into account their level of experience and familiarity with the work and work equipment, and then provide the appropriate level of training to ensure the work is done safely. If appropriate training had been provided, the life-changing injuries sustained by the agency worker could have been prevented.”