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Health & Safety Training Courses

Phoenix Health & Safety provide training courses, accredited by IOSH, NEBOSH and Construction Skills for people with responsibility for managing health and safety.

We are so confident in our training team and methods that we offer a Phoenix Pass Pledge on all IOSH and NEBOSH courses.

Course Spaces Available!

IOSH Managing Safely courses starting throughout the year across the country. Book now to secure your place.

There are also spaces available on NEBOSH National Diploma courses starting in London and Manchester throughout 2018.

We have spaces available on IOSH & NEBOSH courses throughout October, November & December throughout the UK. Prices available on request. Call 0345 500 8811 or speak to us on Live Chat.

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Phoenix Pass Pledge

Phoenix Health & Safety offer a pass pledge on all IOSH, NEBOSH and CITB courses.

This means that candidates are entitled to continue studying (free of charge) if they fail to meet the required standard in the examinations.

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E-Learning

Online training provisions can be cost effective and convenient. If you are looking to protect your employees and your company, they could be the perfect solution.

We offer a variety of online health and safety courses that are updated and reviewed on a continual basis to ensure they comply with current guidance and legislation.

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In-House

At Phoenix Health & Safety, we offer an extensive range of professional health and safety training courses that can be delivered on client premises.

Our in-house courses can be tailored specifically for your employees to meet your individual needs.

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Phoenix Health & Safety provide training courses, accredited by IOSH, NEBOSH and Construction Skills for people with responsibility for managing health and safety.

We are so confident in our training team and methods that we offer a Phoenix Pass Pledge on all IOSH and NEBOSH courses.

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Our Training Connect
 

Distance Learning

Phoenix Health & Safety also offer distance learning as a method of studying. The same extensive range of courses but without the classroom based environment.

Studying from home allows for a unique method of flexibility with your learning and fits around your existing lifestyle.              

 

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Telephone / Email support

If you’re after a support package, we’ve got a team of qualified professionals on-hand to offer expert guidance when you need it most. From post-accident advice to approval questionnaires, our team will help you every step of the way.

Revision eLearning

Learning remotely is not only convenient, it’s quick and efficient too. That’s why we provide a range of eLearning revision modules – including observations sheets, quizzes and practise assessments.

NEBOSH Audiobooks

Choose from three interactive and engaging NEBOSH audiobooks to boost your learning methods. You can even listen as you go by downloading them to your mobile or mp3 player.

In-House Training

At Phoenix Health & Safety, our team of experts can also provide off-site training. To get the most out of our programmes, our in-house courses can be tailored specifically to suit you. 

Consultancy Services

If you're after some help and guidance, we've a team of highly qualified consultants who have a wealth of experience in the health and safety industry. 

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Health and safety practitioners, also known as health and safety officers, managers, advisers or consultants, seek to minimise the risk of injury and ill health at work. The role of a health and safety practitioner is to provide advice on planning, implementing, monitoring and reviewing protective and preventative health, safety and welfare measures.
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How do you know your advisor is competent?

If you are seeking to contract with an external consultancy or employ an internal advisor, how do you know what role and function the competent person should take and what capabilities, knowledge and skills they would require to be effective.
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How competent is your health and safety advisor?

Organisations have a legal duty to ensure arrangements for a competent person are in place, that the competent person is able to conduct their duties and has sufficient training and experience to perform their role.
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Breach of Health & Safety at Work Act leads to £600k fine for Textile Company

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Failure to carry out correct Risk Assessments leads to two workers sustaining serious injury

Risk assessments can seem to be an endless task but if you fail to have them in place there can be serious consequences.
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Devon Contractors fined for breach of Health & Safety at Work Regulations

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The emphasis of safety has changed throughout the years, from industry specific legislation and a focus on improving hardware (guards, safer equipment). The introduction of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 focused on the physical aspects of our building and equipment, ensuring engineering of safety solutions was integrated into our interaction with our surroundings and investing in employee’s performance (selection and training, incentives and reward schemes).
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What Next? Creating Quality Safety Talent

Many organisations recognise that safety professionals need leadership and influencing skills to drive positive change within the organisation. In addition, Board member’s proficiency in safety can improve decision making that limits risks, creates opportunities and improves both safety and organisational functioning. So, how can leadership drive safety beyond compliance?
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Safety taking a seat in the Boardroom

The concept of visible, senior leadership of health and safety governance is to ensure organisations maximise their performance and lead beyond mere compliance. Although the value represented at board level is recognised, often safety still largely acts and moves like a non-strategic function. Many organisations struggle to translate health and safety into tangible actions and values. Failing to ask the correct questions from their management team, reviewing safety’s objectives and outcomes, challenging dialogue about the developments of safety and leading safety excellent throughout the organisation.
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Who manages health and safety at a construction site?

Imagine you’re an alien, new to Planet Earth and visiting a construction site for the first time. One of the first things you’ll notice is the overwhelming emphasis on health and safety. Signs and notices on the subject come at you from all angles. Hi-vis clothing and hard hats are everywhere. But who’s in charge of all this health and safety activity? And how do courses and qualifications such as SSSTS (the Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme) and SMSTS (the Site Management Safety Training Scheme) fit into the big picture?
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Why do we need risk assessment in the workplace?

As every business owner or manager knows, being an employer brings a lot of responsibilities. One of the biggest is the legal obligation to manage health and safety in the workplace. This involves controlling risks, but before risks can be controlled they have to be identified.
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Repercussions for not training staff in health and safety

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How missing hazards can cause life-changing injuries

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