Anyone who works in the building and construction sector knows how important staying safe is. This is not only in terms of protecting yourself when working but also working in a way that protects others. With this in mind, it is key to get proper health and safety training from a reputable provider. Here at FACT, we are very proud of the courses we offer in this area and believe we are the best choice for H&S training around the UK.
But what are the benefits of choosing FACT for this sort of training?
1 In-Depth Knowledge Of H&S Regulations
Health and safety training is especially key for people who work in the building and construction sector, where multiple dangers can pose a threat to safety. FACT training courses are beneficial because they give you a thorough understanding of the latest health and safety guidance and how to comply with it. FaCT provides the level 1 health and safety qualification for labourers and operatives SSSTS for supervisors and SMSTS for managers.
2 Identification Of Common Hazards
Staying safe whilst at work involves many things, but being able to spot any potential hazards is certainly important. FACT health and safety training courses are ideal for this and will teach you not only how to identify hazards but also enable you to avoid them.
3 Teaches About Environmental Impact Of Work
All companies in building and construction are now having to factor in how the work they carry out affects the environment around them. Health and safety training online from FACT helps because it teaches you how the work you do affects your surroundings. This then enables you to work in the most environmentally friendly way possible.
4 H&S Training Needed For CSCS & FISS CSCS Cards
One of the major benefits of a health and safety course for most is that they allow you to apply for a CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) or FISS CSCS (Fencing Industry Skills Scheme/Construction Skills Certification Scheme) card. Holding these cards is a real bonus and a requirement by many employers and construction sites, as they prove you have the right skills/training for the work you do. By completing a FACT training course in health and safety, you are eligible to apply for these cards.
5 Beneficial For Employers
The benefits of FACT health and safety training courses also extend to employers. To begin with, these courses ensure that staff understand about safe working and work in a way which reduces the risk of injury. Health and safety training from FACT also means employers ensure their staff, practices and procedures are compliant with health and safety laws.
6 Expert Training From An Experienced Provider
This is such a key training area that you must choose a provider who is experienced and knowledgeable. FACT has masses of experience in delivering such courses, which means you can be sure of getting training from expert instructors. We deliver training all over the UK and at our venues in Birmingham and online via our “Live Online Learning” portal. This makes it easy to get the in-depth training you need, wherever you are based. If you cannot take time off work in the week, we can even deliver this training on a Saturday for total convenience.
7 Easy, All-In-One Health and Safety Training
Here at FACT, we are a CITB approved touch screen test centre. This means you can add the test to your health & safety course booking. As a result, you can do everything needed to gain your card on the same day and in the same place and FaCT will even apply for the card on your behalf. As you can imagine, doing this saves you time and money. Many other providers cannot offer this service, and this helps FACT stand out as the best choice.
Health and Safety Training Courses From FACT
As the above shows, there are multiple benefits to choosing FACT for your health and safety training. Why not book your training online with us today? If you have any further questions, you can get in touch via the Live Chat function on our website www.fctrain.co.uk, or by calling 0121 476 4731 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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