Frequently asked questions

Here are the Frequently Asked Questions about our services. If you can’t find what you’re looking for please email [email protected] or call us on 0845 257 1489.

What courses do you offer?

We offer many courses including First Aid, Fire Safety, Health & Safety and more. We also run in house courses, open courses, Paediatric First Aid and the IOSH Managing and Working Safely for Theatre and Production courses.

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Does my business legally need training?

In the UK, it is mandatory for employers to insure themselves against accident or injury for those working for them, they also must put systems in place to try to ensure that accidents and injuries (to anyone) don’t take place in the first instance.

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What are my health & safety responsibilities as a director?

Directors can protect themselves from the law by eliminating all risks of injury they can. If you are found to be responsible through negligence of risk, you could be imprisoned.

A health and safety risk assessment needs to be undertaken.

Read more about eliminating the risks here

What is a fire marshal?

Fire Marshals are members of staff who have a duty to prevent fires and ensure should one occur, everything is in place and everything can be done to minimise its impact on the employees, the public and the business.

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How many fire marshals should I have?

There is no limit to how many fire marshals you can have and all staff members need to know what to do in the event of a fire.

Who should I choose to be a fire marshal?

Anyone can be a Fire Marshal. But, you should choose a responsible person you trust. As an employer you will know your staff best when it comes to this issue.

What is an IOSH Accreditation?

The Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH) is a recognised professional body. It oversees one of the recognised standards in occupational and public health and safety.

They’ve examined all aspects of workplace health and safety.

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