PAT – Portable Appliance Testing
Following requests from our clients we now offer Portable Appliance Testing as a service. It is a legal requirement to ensure that any portable electrical appliances in your workplace are adequately maintained.
Many fires in the workplace are caused by electrical apparatus failing and these tests can identify faulty equipment before it gets to that stage.
Rosedale Northern can ensure that your business premises comply with legislation and just as importantly, keep your workplace safe, which would also ensure you meet requirements of your company insurance.
Take advantage of our services by combining PAT with the Fire Risk Assessment, this means just one visit a year which reduces the cost and disruption to you. Contact us for a free quotation.
Health and Safety Training Courses
This course is designed to provide staff members with an overview and understanding of the safety principals of working with hazardous substances. Key areas of Legislation requirements are covered as well as guidance on dealing with Substances Hazardous to health commonly found in the workplace. Dependant on student numbers and the nature of your business, it may be possible to consider substances used by your workforce.
- Legislative requirements of COSHH
- Defining hazardous substances
- Forms of hazardous substances
- Routes of entry
- Safe handling principals
- Risk Assessments
The course has a very practical focus, is full of step-by-step guidance with a highly innovative format to engage and inspire delegates. Delegates will learn how to reduce the risk of accidents, through conducting in house risk assessments and safety management procedures; will be made aware of the latest legislation and how to develop a Health & Safety culture within the working environment.
- Introducing managing safely
- Assessing risk
- Controlling risk
- Understanding your responsibilities
- Identifying hazards – investigating accidents
- Measuring performance
- Protecting our environment
In compliance with the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, this vital course for anyone who engages in any form of manual handling. Delegates will learn about the injuries that can be sustained through poor manual handling techniques, including how to avoid them. The course has both theoretical and practical elements
- Regulations and responsibilities
- Anatomy and physiology
- Manual handling associated injuries
- Accident statistics – Risk assessments
- Practical manual handling techniques