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HSL Training in Birmingham

We are now offering a range of our training courses in Birmingham, a list of courses currently planned is shown below. We can also offer in house training for your company so please contact us if you have an individual or bespoke training need. For further information call us on +44 (0)1298 218806 or email training@hsl.gsi.gov.uk

Site & Transport Safety

Vehicle movements and loading and unloading vehicles can be some of the most dangerous activities carried out on a worksite.
This course will help you understand the legal requirements of both road traffic law and workplace safety law, how and why things go wrong, and how you can take practicable steps to reduce risk in your business.

Machinery Safety Basics

Everyone who works with machinery, whether directly or indirectly, need to understand the basics of machinery safety but not everyone needs to know all the details relating to the design. This course covers those activities regulated by the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) and provides delegates with a thorough knowledge of this legislation.  The course will also give practical advice on how to evaluate the safety of existing machines and how to measure and evaluate noise and vibration risks.

Machinery Risk Assessment Essentials

Machinery risk assessment is also now explicitly required by the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008. However many people still struggle to know what is suitable and sufficient to satisfy these regulations. This training course gives delegates practical hands-on experience of conducting a machinery risk assessment using structured techniques which demystify the process given in BS EN ISO 12100: 2010.

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) - An Introduction to the Role of the Principal Designer

CDM 2015 creates a new role of the Principal Designer (PD) - a designer or design organisation appointed from the existing project team with duties to plan, manage and monitor the pre-construction phase and coordinate matters relating to health and safety during the pre-construction phase.
This event provides an introduction to this new role and is aimed at designers, clients, contractors and/or individuals who may take on, or want to understand the PD function, particularly for small to medium size projects. It is not aimed at former CDM-Cs.  The course will be delivered by an ex-HSE Principal Construction Inspector with almost 40 years' experience.

Venues to be announced if not stated on the course webpage.

For further details, costs and booking please click on the link to the course page above.

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