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If you’re making business plans for the year ahead, it’s well worth taking some time to consider workforce training. This is an area that many business owners either pay very little attention to, or do the bare minimum required for their employees to get the job done. However, a willingness to invest time, effort and…Latest News | Comments Off on Top Reasons To invest In Training Your Workforce In 2019
Sometimes it can be confusing as to what is and what isn’t considered as working at height. As a business it’s important to make sure that you fully understand these so that you can ensure that the necessary precautions can be undertaken in order to ensure that your workers don’t suffer injuries. So what exactly…Latest News | Comments Off on What Is ‘Work At Height’?
Choosing to work in the construction industry presents many choices that you will have to make. Firstly, you will have to decide which area of construction is most likely to be the best fit for you. From brickmasons to carpenters, pipelayers to electricians, there’s a wealth of opportunity available in this particular field, and each…Latest News | Comments Off on Scaffolding Career Options & Our Suggested Courses
Working at a height through the use of scaffolding can certainly present a number of risks, both to workers on the scaffolding and team members on the ground. However, by making sure the correct safety measures are not only in place, but are also followed, the chances of these dangers from becoming a reality are…Latest News | Comments Off on Why Safety Is Paramount When Working With Scaffolding
Job Title; Finance Administrator Location: Bulwell, Nottingham, NG6 8WA Safety & Access are seeking a professional person to assist with commercial duties within the company and to assist with coordinating invoicing etc. We are a Nottingham based training provider and consultancy service and specialist in work at height, scaffolding and health and safety. Responsibilities •…Latest News | Comments Off on Job opportunity at Safety & Access
If you’re an employee in the UK construction industry and have taken part in the necessary training to equip you with a Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme (CISRS) card, it’s vital to make sure that you always have your card to hand and that it is valid and in date. Without a physical CISRS card,…Latest News | Comments Off on How to find your CISRS registration number
Congratulations to all following our successful CISRS Audit at our scaffolding training facility in Immingham recently. The centre close to Immingham provides all levels of CISRS training including a range of system scaffolding as well as all levels of tube and fitting and inspection courses. For more details on training taking place at CATCH please…Latest Courses, Latest News, ScaffTALK | Comments Off on Successful CISRS Audit at CATCH Immingham
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has been supporting businesses within the sector since as far back as 1964. Over the years, they have developed their offering to not only provide quality, industry-recognised training, but they have also worked towards improving communities, growing businesses and inspiring future generations of workers, too. The CITB is well-known…Latest News | Comments Off on The New CITB ATO Accreditation and New Grant Scheme
Working as a scaffolder certainly comes with its risks. That’s why there are a number of training programmes and qualifications available, to make sure you and other members of your team are fully competent and able to carry out the job safely. The Construction Skills Certificate Scheme (CSCS) provides training and qualifications for anyone and…Latest News | Comments Off on Do Scaffolders Need a CSCS Card?
All ladders used for access must be long enough to extend sufficiently above working platform, unless other methods have been taken to ensure adequate hand hold. The recommendation is that a ladder should extend at least 1.0m above lift. All ladders should be set where reasonably practicable, at between 65% to 75% or 1 in…Latest News, ScaffTALK | Comments Off on Ladder Safety Toolbox Talk