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March Safety Training Ltd

March Safety Training Ltd is the sister company of Nicholas James Safety Solutions Ltd. Here we provide our clients with the best training solutions for their needs. 

           rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk

Our team has years of combined experience, and we're passionate about sharing our knowledge to help your business maintain a safe working environment. We offer both on-site and off-site training sessions, and our courses are tailored to meet the specific needs of your organisation. Click on the training titles below for more information. Or contact rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk.

Worker Carrying Asbestos Board

Onsite or online Asbestos Awareness or in detail Project Management and Architect training courses.

First Aid Kit

First Aid (3 day), Emergency First Aid at Work (1 day), Defib and Mental Health First Aid courses.

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The CITB Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) and the Site Managers Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS)

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There are two methods of Face Fit Testing, Quantitative and Qualitative, both are approved by the HSE.

Crane Construction

Scaffold towers and low-level access equipment, and powered access equipment training.

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IOSH is a UK-based organisation offering professional qualifications in order to raise standards of health and safety in the workplace. NEBOSH's Diplomas are professional qualifications for health, safety and environmental practitioners.

Fire Extinguisher

Fire Warden, Fire Risk Assessment, Fire Door and Fire Extinguisher training.

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Delegates understand the importance of working at height safety, including working on ladders. 

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The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations state that employers must make sure that all people who manage any equipment have received sufficient training. MArch Safety Training Ltd can help with Forklift training, or any other requirements you may have

Asbestos Training

Onsite and online

Asbestos is one of the most challenging and hazardous materials that can be found in the workplace. It was commonly used in building work up until it was banned in 2000.

 

Every year thousands of people fall ill and die because of exposure to asbestos. The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 apply to employers, employees and self-employed persons and duty holders and cover work with asbestos containing materials.

 

Regulation 10 of CAR states that every employer must ensure that adequate information, instruction and training is given to employees who are liable to be exposed to asbestos. This includes maintenance workers and others who may come into contact with or disturb asbestos.

 

Our Asbestos training courses consist of detailed instruction on identifying asbestos, the technical aspects of asbestos removal, and the health and safety risks associated with it. Our unique approach leverages real-life scenarios, ensuring that participants are well-equipped to safely handle asbestos in their workplaces.

 

Contact us to book an Asbestos training course today.

Get in contact with rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk to discuss your asbestos training requirements. 

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Facefit Training

Onsite

The law requires employers to prevent or control the exposure of employees to hazardous substances at work. Many of the gases, vapours and dusts that cause serious damage to lungs and other parts of the body can be invisible to the naked eye.

 

Respiratory protective equipment (RPE) can help to protect you from these hazardous substances that can cause serious diseases. RPE can't protect the wearer if it leaks. A major cause of leaks is poor fit – tight-fitting facepieces need to fit the wearer's face to be effective.

As people come in all sorts of shapes and sizes it is unlikely that one particular type or size of RPE facepiece will fit everyone. Fit testing will ensure that the equipment selected is suitable for the wearer.

There are two methods of Face Fit Testing. Quantitative and Qualitative. Face Fit Testing must be carried out by an experienced Fit2Fit accredited fit tester or a competent person trained to the HSE standard.

Get in contact with rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk to discuss your training requirements. 

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Fire Safety

Onsite and online

As experts on health and safety, we understand the importance of fire safety. Current legislation, The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, applies to all workplaces regardless of the number of employees and requires employers to provide adequate training in fire awareness for all members of their staff. That's why we offer a range of training courses, including:

 

  • Fire door inspection courses

  • On-site fire risk assessments

  • Fire marshal training

  • Fire extinguisher training.

 

Our courses are tailored to meet the specific requirements of your organisation and our trainers take a hands-on approach, giving your employees the necessary skills to deal with any fire-related situation that may arise.

Get in contact with rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk to discuss your training requirements. 

Fire Extinguisher

First Aid and Mental Heath

Onsite

According to the First Aid Regulations 1981, all workplaces must have designated first aiders.

 

For workplaces with fewer than five people, one appointed person is required.

 

In workplaces with 5-50 people, an additional requirement is at least one first aider trained in Emergency First Aid or First Aid at Work.

 

Our First Aid training courses cover all the necessary knowledge and skills to meet these requirements and create a safer working environment.

We also partner with some amazing mental health charities to deliver Mental Health First Aid, Mental Health Awareness and bespoke Mental Health Courses.

 

Get in contact with rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk to understand what course is right for you and your business. 

First Aid Kit

PASMA & IPAF

Onsite

PASMA training equips delegates with the knowledge and skills needed to use scaffold towers safely at work or at home.

 

There’s a range of courses available, each covering a different type of tower.

The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) training programme is globally recognised, developed by leading industry professionals. It will teach delegates how to use mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) such as cherry pickers, scissor lifts and other boom lifts in a safe way.

PASMA and IPAF courses are not a legal requirement however it is important to work safely and compliantly on any task you're undertaking, which can be assured when following PASMA and IPAF regulations.

 

Get in contact with rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk to understand what course is right for you and your business. 

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Working at Height

Onsite and online

The Working at Height Regulations 2005 were introduced to prevent death and injury caused by a fall from height.

 

If you are an employer or you control work at height (for example facilities managers or building owners who may contract others to work at height) the Regulations apply to you and you are expected to provide suitable training. 

Employers and those in control of any work at height activity must make sure work is properly planned, supervised and carried out by competent people.

 

This includes using the right type of equipment for working at height. Low-risk, relatively straightforward tasks will require less effort when it comes to planning.

 

Get in contact with rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk to understand what course is right for you and your business. 

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SSSTS & SMSTS

Onsite

The CITB Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) and the Site Managers Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) provide delegates with an understanding of health and safety law, responsibilities in controlling site safety, risk assessments and the need for method statements, effective site inductions, toolbox talks and method statement briefings, monitoring site activities effectively and timely intervention when bad practice is identified.

 

The courses are suitable for project managers, site supervisors and managers, business owners and clients.

Get in contact with rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk to understand what course is right for you and your business. 

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IOSH AND NEBOSH

Onsite and online

IOSH stands for Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, the Chartered body for health and safety professionals. IOSH is a UK-based organisation offering professional qualifications in order to raise standards of health and safety in the workplace.

The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) is a leading global organisation, which provides health, safety and environmental qualifications. This internationally recognised qualification helps to raise the competence of safety and environmental professionals as well as individuals at all levels in the workplace. NEBOSH qualifications are highly respected by governments, employers and learners.

 

Get in contact with rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk to understand what course is right for you and your business. 

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Forklift and any other training

Onsite

The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations state that employers must make sure that all people who manage any equipment have received sufficient training. Which includes: The correct use of the equipment and any risks from its use.

 

Get in contact with rosanna@marchsafetytraining.co.uk to understand what course is right for you and your business. 

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