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
GRAB A BARGAIN.
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.
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.
Call Tracey in the office – 01452 548848 or email email@example.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.
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
Health & Safety
Licence, Weights, & Dimensions
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
An agency worker sustained serious,
The courts heard how it was during this
Leeds-based, Woodlands Homecare Ltd, has been sentenced for safety breaches after a worker was killed by a forklift. Andrew Hanshaw, age 44, died after being struck by a side loader forklift truck.
At the shed manufacturing company in Rodley, the worker was pushing a trolley before being struck by the forklift that had been unloading a delivery vehicle.
According to the Yorkshire Post, Woodlands Homecare Ltd. of Railway House, Calverley Lane, Rodley pleaded guilty to breaching Section 2 (1) of the Health & Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 and was fined £233,334 with £21,620 in costs.
Rachel Brittain, The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspector commented after the hearing saying: “This was a tragic and wholly avoidable incident, caused by the failure of the company to implement the findings of their own transport plan”.
Vehicles at work continue to be a major cause of fatal and major injuries. Every year there are over 5,000 incidents involving transport in the workplace. About 50 of these result in people being killed.