The First aid responder is a 3 day course teaching Participants how to recognise medical emergencies, casualty assessment and demonstrate lifesaving skills.
This full day course looks at all the hazards and prevention methods on a construction site. You will receive a Solas safe pass card upon completion of this course.
This first Aid Training Course is suitable for anyone who might have to respond to emergencies in the home, workplace or in the community.
A visual display unit (VDU) risk assessment studies the ergonomics of an employees workstation in order to prevent repetitive strain injuries such as back or neck pain.
This Is a full risk assessment analysing the hazards within the workplace and the prevention of potential accidents that could occur.
A fire risk assessment will look at fire safety management, the arrangements in place for dealing with the outbreak of fire and the procedures for the safe evacuation of visitors and personnel.
This course looks at fire hazards in the workplace and how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation.
The main aim of the course is to make people aware of the risks involved with abrasive wheels and to provide the skills and knowledge to use abrasive wheels as safely as possible.
This course looks at the safety of individuals working in areas above ground level.These areas include roof works, MEWPS, scaffolding and ladders.
Manual Handling training is a 3-hour course intended for all levels of employees and employers who undertake manual handling activities. It also provides great tools for engaging in everyday life and not just the workplace. Manual Handling activities include any transporting, lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling or carrying.