For Businesses

Abrasive Wheels

Nearly half of all accidents resulting from abrasive wheels happen due to unsafe working practices and operator errors. This Abrasive Wheels course will provide candidates with an introduction to working safely with abrasive wheels and ensures that candidates are competent and safe when using and inspecting different abrasive-wheel types.

Who should attend?

This course is suitable and sufficient for anybody who is required to use and operate abrasive wheels

What will they learn?

This Course will help ensure candidates are confident and proficient in the use of Abrasive Wheels and familiarise all attendees with associated regulations and best practice.

Course content

The need to train on an abrasive wheel and the statutory requirements

Characteristics of an abrasive wheel and the types of wheel available

Wheel speed

Hazards and precautions to control them

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Storage & handling

Inspection and methods of testing for damage

Abrasive wheel machine components

Guarding

Dressing & balancing

For Theatres Virtual Courses

Covid-19 Compliance Officer for Theatres Virtual course available

The course has been designed specifically for the Theatre Industry and provides candidates with the essential knowledge and skills to operate as a COVID-19 Compliance Officer in a Theatre and Production environment.

Who should attend?

This course is suitable and sufficient for anybody who has been nominated as a COVID-19 Compliance Officer. 

What will they learn?

Candidates will learn the role, duties and responsibilities of a COVID-19 Officer and how to implement these in a Theatre environment. 

Course content

  • Information on the Corona Virus
  • Recognition of Signs & Symptoms of COVID-19
  • Required Health & Safety Legislation & Documentation
  • Privacy & Data Protection
  • Management & Adaption of Venue
  • Management of Operations
  • Personal & Operational Hygiene
  • Travel & Transport to and from work
  • Cross-Contamination
  • Close Contact Work
  • Social Distancing Measures
  • First-Aid Responder Guidance and Infection Control
  • COVID-19 Action plan for suspected & confirmed cases
  • Return to Work Process & Procedures
  • Re-entry Anxiety Awareness
  • COVID-19 Cleaning protocols
For Businesses For Theatres First Aid Virtual Courses

Covid-19 First Aid Top Up Virtual course available

Our Covid-19 First Aid top-up is specifically designed to provide insight and knowledge to those operating as First Aiders during this current pandemic. This course outlines essential considerations and procedures, provides an overview of Covid-19, updated protocols, best practice and refreshment of basic life support knowledge.

Who should attend?

Anyone returning to work who is the nominated First Aider or holds an in-date First Aid qualification (minimum Emergency First Aid or above). 

What will they learn?

This course will help ensure first aiders are confident that they can help someone injured or ill at work during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, while keeping themselves and others safe.

Course content

  • Guidance changes on carrying out First Aid during Covid-19
  • How to effectively wear PPE
  • Recovery position
  • Dynamic risk assessments
  • General refresher on First Aid including Basic Life Support Skills
For Theatres

Audience Response Training

The aim of this course is to enable candidates to prevent and identify conflict within the theatre industry and when dealing with patrons. 

Who should attend?

Theatre staff who will be dealing with the patrons within the theatre. 

What will they learn?

Candidates will learn how to be proactive in customer service approach to be able to reduce frustration levels.

Course content

  • Types of behaviour
  • Primary control measures
  • Recognition of the different types of flashpoints
  • Crowds / queues
  • Identifying and responding to aggressive behaviour
  • Body language / active listening
  • Rapport building
  • Model for managing aggression
  • Exit routes
  • The law
  • Reporting

Certificate

Successful Candidates will receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Certificate, which is valid for 3 years. 

For Businesses For Theatres Health and Safety Virtual Courses

Asbestos Awareness Virtual course available

All employers have a legal duty under the Control of Asbestos Regulations to ensure that anyone who could be exposed to asbestos during their work activities are adequately trained.

The Control of Asbestos Regulations require that training is undertaken regularly and this course offers in-depth training which is valid for three years.

Who should attend?

Anyone who could be exposed to asbestos in their work activities.

What will they learn?

Candidates will learn to identify asbestos, where it is likely to be found and the different types. The course will explain how to implement emergency procedures should asbestos be disturbed and what PPE is likely to be needed.

Course content

  • What is asbestos
  • Effects of asbestos on health
  • Legislation
  • Control of asbestos regulations
  • Where can asbestos be found
  • Assessing the risk
  • Avoiding the risk
  • PPE
  • Emergency procedures

Certificate

All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Asbestos Awareness Certificate which is valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course. (Please note that it is recommended that candidates refresh their knowledge regularly).

For Theatres

AED Training for Theatres

This course is based on the basic AED training course with additional aspects to suit the theatre environment, such as utilising the equipment within the auditorium or on stage. This training can lead to prompt action for the casualty, raising the chance of survival from 5% to 80%. This can also be run as a combined course with Basic Life Support for a duration of 4 hours. Please contact the office for additional information and costs.

Who should attend?

All employers have a legal duty under the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations to make First Aid provisions within their workplace, and this course will help in meeting this duty. First aid courses of this type are suitable for anyone who is nominated to use an AED in an emergency situation.

What will they learn?

The successful candidate will learn how to recognise a cardiac arrest, how to administer basic CPR (Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation), and the use of a portable Automated External Defibrillator.

The course also covers the difficulties presented within a theatre environment, including a systematic approach to patient evacuation from seating in the auditorium, or from the stage.

Course content

  • CPR
  • Recovery position
  • Heart attacks
  • Insight into different equipment
  • Using AED equipment
  • Gaining access to casualties in difficult locations
  • Preparing for the arrival of the emergency services
    • Point of contact
    • Arrival point

Certificate

All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions AED Certificate valid for 1 year on successful completion of the course.
For Theatres

Advanced Work & Rescue at Height for Theatre & Production

Any staff who require On Rope, Work Positioning Techniques should be adequately trained and refreshed at regular intervals. This is a practical course which is delivered on your premises so that the tutor can tailor the training to suit the areas in which your staff work. In addition to certification candidates are also awarded an ID card as proof that they have completed suitable training

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for anyone who has previously completed a Work at Height & Rescue from Height course within the last 3 years (proof of qualification required). Has the requirement for On Rope, Work Positioning Techniques to work at height within a Theatre or Production environment.

What will they learn?

This course will give the successful candidate the knowledge and skills to work & rescue confidently at height using On Rope, Work Positioning Techniques and ensure that the most suitable safe system of work & rescue is adopted.

Course content

  • What is work at height
  • Regulations
  • Risk assessment
  • Hierarchy of control 
  • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and Personal Fall Protection Equipment (FPE)
  • Rescue Plans & Equipment
  • Practical on Rope, Work Positioning Training 
  • Practical Rescue Training

Certificate

Successful candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Certificate and ID card valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

For Theatres

Basic Life Support for Theatre and Production

As specialists in the theatre and production industry we understand the unique issues facing your organisation.  As such, this course includes industry specific elements such as dance injuries and carrying out CPR in a theatre environment.

All employers have a legal duty under the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations to make First Aid provisions within their workplace, and this course will help in meeting this duty.

Who should attend?

First Aid courses of this type are suitable for anyone who is nominated to carry out basic life support or to assist a full First Aider at work. This course can also be used as an annual refresher for those who hold a 3 day First Aid at Work certificate.

What will they learn?

How to approach and assess an adult casualty safely, commence resuscitation or place the casualty in the recovery position as required.

Pre-requisites

Our courses offer a practical, hands-on approach that delivers the skills and confidence to use first aid skills in a real life situation. Learners must:

  • be physically able to carry out the practical element of the course
  • attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

Course content

  • Assess the situation in an emergency;
  • Administer first aid to a casualty who is unconscious;
  • Administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation;
  • Administer first aid to a casualty who is wounded and bleeding;
  • Administer first aid to a casualty who is suffering from shock;
  • Slips trips and falls;
  • Minor injuries

Certificate

All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Basic Life Support Certificate which is valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

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For Businesses For Theatres Health and Safety Virtual Courses

Contractor Management Virtual course available

The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations are particularly important for client/contractor relationships. This course teaches to understand the importance of managing contractors effectively, where the different responsibilities fall (client and contractor) and what appropriate controls should be in place at the venue (including safe systems of work, PPE and emergency procedures).

Who should attend?

Anyone responsible for managing contractors; this often includes those who carry out contractor inductions, including heads of department, HR personnel, stage doorkeepers and supervisors.

What will they learn?

This qualification ensures candidates have the knowledge to manage contractors at your venue effectively.

Course content

  • Health and safety law relating to contractors
  • Client responsibilities
  • Contractor responsibilities
  • Contractor control

Certificate

All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Contractor Management Certificate upon successful completion of the course.

For Businesses For Theatres Health and Safety Virtual Courses

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Virtual course available

Use of chemicals which are classified as COSHH is common place in working environments. Anyone using such chemicals should have adequate training and there should be data sheets and COSHH assessments for each product. This course enables candidates to understand the ways in which chemicals can cause harm, control methods and how to complete the appropriate paperwork to be compliant with the regulations. This can either be certified by RB Health and Safety Solutions Ltd or accredited by the Qualsafe Awards (QA)

Who should attend?

Any employee dealing with hazardous substances in the workplace or those completing the COSHH risk assessments.

What will they learn?

It introduces candidates to the safe use of potentially harmful substances, the risks and controls available, and outlines what to expect from a COSHH assessment.

Course content

  • Types of substances hazardous to health
  • Health effects of hazardous substances
  • COSHH assessments
  • Control measures
  • Responsibilities imposed by the COSHH Regulations.

Certificate

All Candidates receive either an RB Health and Safety Solutions COSHH Awareness Certificate or a QA level 2 award in the Principles of COSHH Certificate.

For Theatres Virtual Courses

CDM in the Entertainment Industry Virtual course available

All theatres and producers have a legal duty to comply with the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015.  

This course is designed specifically for the Theatre and Production industry, aimed at any person involved in construction work who requires a clear understanding of their duties under the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007, amended by the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015.

The HSE introduced the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM2007) with the main aim of making health and safety an integral part of the design, construction and management of projects.

Who should attend?

Those wanting to get a better understanding of the CDM requirements and how these can be practically implemented in the theatre environment. This could include theatre owners, managers, producers, production managers and designers.

What will they learn?

This training will explore the CDM Regulations identifying the key roles and responsibilities and how these have been applied to the theatre industry, using the HSE industry specific guidance.

Course content

  • Introduction
  • CDM Regulations (what are they and when do they apply)
  • CDM 2015 and the entertainment industry
  • Key roles (client, principal contractor and principal designer)
  • Construction phase plan
  • Health and Safety file

Certificate

All candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Certificate on successful completion of the course.

For Theatres

First Aid at Work for Theatre and Production

As specialists in the theatre and production industry we understand the unique issues facing your organisation, as such the course includes industry specific elements such as dance injuries, accessing rows of seats, when to cancel a performance and managing other audience members at the scene of an incident.

Who should attend?

First aid courses of this type are suitable for anyone who has been nominated as a First Aider at Work.

What will they learn?

This course will give the successful candidate the knowledge and skills to be qualified as a full First Aider at Work in compliance with the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. They will be able to competently deal with any first aid situation within the workplace.

Pre-requisites

Our courses offer a practical, hands-on approach that delivers the skills and confidence to use first aid skills in a real life situation. Learners must:

  • be physically able to carry out the practical element of the course
  • attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

Course content

  • Dealing with accidents and illness
  • Treatment of an unconscious patient
  • Burns and scalds
  • Control of bleeding
  • Resuscitation
  • Treatment of shock
  • Fractures
  • Poisoning
  • Systematic approach to evacuation
    • From seat rows
  • Preparing for the arrival of the emergency services

Certificate

All participants will obtain a certificate accredited by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) in First Aid at Work which is valid for 3 years and awarded on successful completion of the course.

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For Businesses For Theatres First Aid

Level 1 (RQF) Award in Awareness of First Aid for Mental Health

Accredited by the First Aid Awards, this half day course is an introductory 4-hour session to raise awareness of mental health within the workplace.

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for anyone who has been nominated as a Mental Health First Aider. 

What will they learn?

It will provide learners with the basic knowledge and necessary skills to recognise the signs of a range of mental health issues. It will give delegates the confidence on how to start a conversation and when to advise a person to seek professional help. 

Learners will not diagnose or treat mental health conditions as this can only be carried out by a healthcare professional.

Pre-Requisites

  • The qualification is available to learners aged 14 or over.
  • It is recommended that learners should hold a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or equivalent to undertake this qualification.
  • Attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

Course content

  • Understand what mental health is, why people develop mental health conditions and the role of a First Aider for mental health
  • How to provide advice and practical support for a person presenting a mental health condition
  • How to recognise and manage stress
  • How to recognise a range of mental health conditions

Certificate

On completion of the course, delegates will receive a Mental Health First Aider certificate and is valid for three years from the date of achievement.

  

For Businesses First Aid

AED (Automated External Defibrillator)

The course gives candidates clear and concise instruction on the use of AED’s when a casualty suffers a cardiac arrest. This training can lead to prompt action for the casualty raising the chance of survival from 5% to 80%. This can also be run as a combined course with Basic Life Support (BLS) for a duration of 4 hours. Please contact the office for additional information and costs.

Who should attend?

This is an invaluable addition to any First Aider's knowledge base. Those who should attend include even those with no other formal First Aid training.

What will they learn?

The successful candidate will learn how to recognise a cardiac arrest, how to adminster basic CPR (Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation), and the use of a portable Automated External Defibrillator.

Course content

  • CPR
  • Recovery Position
  • Cardiac Arrest
  • Examples of different equipment
  • Using the AED apparatus
  • Gaining Access to casualties in difficult locations
  • Preparing for the arrival of the emergency services - Including Point of Contact and Arrival Point
  • Systematic approach to evacuation
  • Emphasis on evacuation from a range of areas

Certificate

Candidates who complete this course will receive an RB Health and Safety course certificate valid for 12 Months.

For Businesses For Theatres Health and Safety

Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Assessor

All employers have a legal duty under the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations (Reg 6) to provide risk assessments for all DSE users. This course will enable candidates to undertake suitable DSE assessments.

Who should attend?

Anyone who is responsible for undertaking DSE risk assessments or reviewing DSE self-assessments.

What will they learn?

This qualification ensures that staff are suitably trained to undertake DSE assessments.

Course content

  • Legislation
  • Hazards of DSE work
  • Ergonomics of DSE
  • Workstation set up
  • Controls
  • Risk assessment and records.
  • Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions DSE Assessor Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

       
    For Businesses For Theatres Health and Safety Virtual Courses

    Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Awareness Virtual course available

    This training course is aimed to give DSE users (those who use display screen equipment for more than 1 hour continuously per day) the knowledge necessary to set up their work station in an ergonomic way, to avoid health issues such as RSI, musculoskeletal issues, stress and tension headaches.

    Who should attend?

    Anyone who works with a computer or other DSE equipment such as stage monitors (i.e. automation, office staff and sound technicians) for more than 1 hour continuously per day (this is referred to as a ‘Habitual User’ in the regulations).

    What will they learn?

    This qualification ensures that staff are suitably trained to work with DSE in a safe manner.

    Course content

    • Legislation
    • Hazards of DSE work
    • Workstation set up

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions DSE Awareness Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Businesses For Theatres Health and Safety

    Evacuation Chair Training

    Implementing an evacuation chair (or ‘evac chair’) is becoming an increasingly wide-spread method by which business can ensure the highest levels of safety in their establishments. An evacuation chair means that all patrons and staff can be moved to a place of safety in an emergency whatever their mobility levels.

    If your business has an evacuation chair, adequate training is vital to ensure that your staff can use this piece of equipment safely, appropriately, and confidently.

    Our evacuation chair course is designed to ensure that candidates know what is expected of them and how to practically use the chair in a real-life situation.

    We ask that you send your evacuation chair’s make and model to our office seven working days before the course start date. That way we can ensure that we are delivering training relevant to the operation of your evacuation chair.

    Who should attend?

    Anyone who might be in a situation to handle evacuating those who need help escaping unsafe premises.

    What will they learn?

    The training will cover the basics of evacuation chair use, including set-up, checks, functions, safety features, use and stowing. The course will also be followed by an important practical element that makes use of the chairs in your venue to ensure that all candidates are familiar with their operation.

    Course content

    • Legislation relating to fire evacuation strategies
    • Introduction to Emergency Evacuation Plans
    • Theory on the use of the evacuation chair
    • Practical use of the evacuation chair
    • Limitations of use and safety considerations
    • Returning to the building when safe
    • Management of the evacuation chair

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Evacuation Chair certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres

    Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) for Theatre and Production

    All employers have a legal duty under the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations to make First Aid provisions within their workplace, and this course will ensure you meet that duty.

    Who should attend?

    First aid courses of this type are suitable for anyone who has been nominated as a First Aider in low risk environments or to assist the full First Aider at work.

    What will they learn?

    This course will give the successful candidate the knowledge and skills to be qualified as an Emergency First Aider at Work in compliance with the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations. Staff will learn basic first aid and become confident in the treatment of casualties and their ability to act in any first aid emergency/situation within this complex environment.

    Pre-requisites

    Our courses offer a practical, hands-on approach that delivers the skills and confidence to use first aid skills in a real life situation.  Learners must:

    • be physically able to carry out the practical element of the course
    • attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

    Course content

    • Insight into Regulations
    • Treatment of an Unconscious Patient
    • Burns and Scalds
    • Control of Bleeding
    • Resuscitation
    • Managing an Injury
    • Duties of EFAW trained persons
    • Gaining access to casualties in difficult locations
    • Managing the scene until further help arrives.
    • Use of an Automated External Defribrillator (AED)

    Certificate

    All participants will obtain a certificate accredited by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) in Emergency First Aid at Work which is valid for 3 years and awarded on successful completion of the course.

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    For Theatres

    First Aid for the Dance Industry

    With a similar structure as our standard Emergency First Aid at Work course, but tailored to focus on the types of injuries occurring within the dance sector. This course will cover basic first aid when dealing with a wide range of dance injuries with a focus on early intervention to promote speedy recovery.

    All employers have a legal duty under the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations to make First Aid provisions within their workplace, and this course will help in meeting this duty.

    Who should attend?

    First aid courses of this type are suitable for anyone who has been nominated as a First Aider in a low risk dance environment or to assist the full First Aider at work.

    What will they learn?

    This course will give the successful candidate the knowledge and skills to be qualified as a First Aider to manage injuries associated with dance. Staff will learn basic first aid and become confident in the treatment of casualties and their ability to act in any first aid emergency/situation within this complex environment.

    Pre-requisites

    Our courses offer a practical, hands-on approach that delivers the skills and confidence to use first aid skills in a real life situation. Learners must:

    • be physically able to carry out the practical element of the course
    • attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

    Course content

    • Basic insight into regulations
    • Resuscitation
    • Muscle, joints and ligaments
    • Broken bones
    • Sprains
    • Recovery times
    • Shock
    • Bandaging
    • Record Keeping

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions First Aid for Dance Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

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    For Theatres

    First Aid at Work Refresher for Theatre and Production

    This course includes elements such as dance injuries, systematic evacuation of seats, when to cancel a performance and managing other audience members at the scene of an incident.

    All employers have a legal duty under Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations to make First Aid provisions within their workplace, and this course will ensure you meet that duty.

    Who should attend?

    First aid courses of this type are suitable for anyone who has been nominated as a First Aider at Work. To complete this course, candidates must have an in-date approved first aid at work certificate.

    What will they learn?

    Any industry and legislatorial updates relating to first aid, and a recap on skills and knowledge already learnt under the supervision of a qualified, experienced tutor.

    Pre-requisites

    Our courses offer a practical, hands-on approach that delivers the skills and confidence to use first aid skills in a real life situation. Learners must:

    • be physically able to carry out the practical element of the course
    • attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

    Course content

    • Minor injuries
    • Treatment of an unconscious patient
    • Burns and scalds
    • Control of bleeding
    • Resuscitation
    • Treatment of shock
    • Fractures
    • Poisoning
    • Transporting casualties
    • Record keeping

    Certificate

    All participants will obtain a certificate accredited by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) in First Aid at Work which is valid for 3 years and awarded on successful completion of the course.

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    For Theatres

    Fire Marshal for Theatres

    Courses can be tailored to your venue and for larger contracts we are also able to develop tailor made tactical decision making exercises for Marshals using photos and scenarios of your specific venues. Practical fire-fighting (using live fire simulators and various extinguishers) can be included in this course if the venue is suitable and there are adequate parking arrangements.

    All employers have a legal duty under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order to ensure staff receive training, and this course will ensure you meet that duty.

    Who should attend?

    Anyone who is a designated Fire Marshal.

    What will they learn?

    This training will cover the role of the fire marshal within the theatre and production environment.

    Course content

    • Fire behaviour
    • Human nature
    • General fire precautions, good housekeeping and how to avoid fire starting
    • Emergency plans/ Evacuation strategy
    • Basic fire prevention / fire doors / exit routes
    • Fire extinguishers
    • Systematic searching
    • Shutting down vital or dangerous equipment
    • Assisting those in the premises to leave
    • Fire firefighting equipment
    • Reporting faults.

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Fire Marshal Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres Virtual Courses

    Fire Awareness for Theatres Virtual course available

    Within theatres the actions of your staff if there were to be a fire will be crucial to ensuring the safety of themselves and others in the building, as well as determining how far a fire will spread. Courses can be tailored to your venue and for larger contracts we are also able to develop tailor made tactical decision making exercises using photos and scenarios of your actual venues. Practical fire-fighting (using live fire simulators and various extinguishers) can be included in this course if the venue is suitable and there are adequate parking arrangements.

    All employers have a legal duty under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order to ensure staff receive training, and this course will ensure you meet that duty.

    Who should attend?

    Anyone who works in the theatre environment.

    What will they learn?

    This training will cover the basics of fire safety within the theatre and production environment, the various roles expected to be carried out in an emergency and how to avoid a fire in the first instance.

    Course content

    • Fire behaviour
    • Human nature
    • General fire precautions, good housekeeping and how to avoid fire starting
    • Emergency plans
    • Basic fire prevention and fire doors
    • Fire extinguishers
    • Evacuation, assembly areas and liaison
    • Exit routes
    • Assisting disabled persons

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Fire Awareness Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres IOSH Virtual Courses

    IOSH Working Safely for Theatre and Production Virtual course available

    RB Health and Safety have again teamed up with Cameron Mackintosh Limited and Delfont Mackintosh Theatres to create a high impact course that is unique, relevant, and visually stunning.

    Who should attend?

    This course is ideal for anyone involved in theatre in any capacity whether it be from the ticket-office to fly-floor or anyone who wants to gain a working knowledge of working safely in a theatre.

    What will they learn?

    The successful candidate will gain an insight into health and safety in a theatre environment, where they stand as employees, and what they can do to make work easier and safer. The course also includes comprehensive instruction in manual handling and fire safety awareness.

    Course content

    • Introducing working safely
    • Defining hazard and risk
    • Identifying common hazards
    • Improving safety performance

    Certificate

    The successful candidate (having successfully completed the assessment and assignment) will receive an IOSH Working Safely in Theatre and Production certificate.

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    IOSH Managing Safely for Theatre and Production Virtual course available

    This ground breaking course has been developed through a partnership and in close collaboration with Delfont Mackintosh Theatres, Cameron Mackintosh Limited and RB Health and Safety Solutions. This flexible new high impact program also complies with a number of the national occupational standards set by the Society of London Theatres (SOLT) and BECTU.  All employers have a legal duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act to ensure suitable information, instruction and supervision.

    Who should attend?

    It is essential for all those in a position of responsibility for the management of health and safety issues in theatre and production, including managers, supervisors and senior safety personnel.

    What will they learn?

    Successful candidates gain a comprehensive knowledge of managing Health and Safety and the specific risks associated in the industry e.g. noise, working in the dark, stage equipment and handling difficult items such as costumes and COSHH.

    Course content

    • Introducing Managing Safely for Theatre and Production
    • Understanding your responsibilities
    • Assessing risk
    • Controlling risk
    • Identifying hazards
    • Investigating accidents and incidents
    • Measuring performance

    Certificate

    On successful completion of all elements of the course candidates are awarded an IOSH certificate in Managing Safely for Theatre and Production.

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    IOSH Managing Safely for Theatre and Production (Refresher) Virtual course available

    To attend this course candidates must have an in-date ‘IOSH Managing Safely for Theatre and Production’ qualification.  All employers have a legal duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act to ensure suitable information, instruction and supervision.

    Who should attend?

    It is essential for all those in a position of responsibility for the management of health and safety issues to keep up to date. IOSH recommend that this knowledge is refreshed every three years.

    What will they learn?

    Successful candidates will be updated on legislation changes and refreshed in key health and safety subjects for their IOSH Managing Safely for Theatre and Production qualification.

    Course content

    • Managing Safely (Welcome Back)
    • Understanding your responsibilities
    • Assessing risk
    • Controlling risk
    • Identifying hazards
    • Investigating accidents and incidents
    • Measuring performance

    Certificate

    On successful completion of all elements of the course candidates are awarded an IOSH certificate in Managing Safely for Theatre and Production Requalification certificate valid for 3 years.

    For Businesses For Theatres Health and Safety

    Ladder Inspection

    Whilst ladder users should be trained in the pre-use checks, ladders should also be given a detailed inspection (usually 6 monthly or annually in the theatres) by a competent person. The HSE also state that this “detailed inspection should be recorded” (INDG 402). Training staff to do this in-house offers the venue efficiency savings in both time and money whilst allowing you the flexibility to carry out inspections as and when you see fit.

    All employers have a legal duty under the Work at Height Regulations to ensure staff are suitably trained and that work equipment is inspected at suitable intervals.

    Who should attend?

    It is ideal for candidates who are required to carry out a detailed periodic inspection of ladders (including vertical fixed ladders).

    What will they learn?

    Candidates will gain an understanding of the methods of inspection, how to identify faults and what to do should an item fail.

    Course content

    • Legislation
    • Work at height
    • Ladder construction
    • Ladder inspection process
    • Record keeping

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Ladder Inspection certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres Virtual Courses

    Manual Handling (Theatre and Production Specific) Virtual course available

    This course gives candidates an overview of safe lifting techniques and an insight into the hazards and risks involved in manual handling. What makes this course unique is the emphasis placed on industry issues where safe lifting techniques are not always practical, the tutor will discuss issues such as loading galleries, ice cream sales, team lifting on stage and in low light levels.

    All employers have a legal duty under the Manual Handling Operations Regulations to ensure employees are suitably trained.

    Who should attend?

    It is ideal for candidates who need to gain an insight into safer manual handling techniques.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates gain a basic insight into the risks involved in poor manual handling and learn safe manual handling techniques with tutors advising on risks and solutions. The course covers a basic understanding of the manual handling regulations, safe lifting techniques and the process to be followed when undertaking a manual handling assessment on a day to day basis.

    Course content

    • The process of manual handling in the workplace
    • Manual handling injuries
    • Activities which cause Injury
    • Manual handling assessment
    • Manual handing control options
    • Responsibilities imposed by manual handling operations regulations
    • Practical look at assessing manual handling risks in theatre and production.

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Manual Handling Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres

    Paediatric First Aid (for Chaperons)

    The course is recommended by the NCMA (The National Child Minding Association) and the PLA (Preschool learning alliance).  All employers have a legal duty under the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations to make First Aid provisions within their workplace, and this course will ensure you meet that duty.

    Who should attend?

    First aid courses of this type are suitable for anyone who has been nominated as a chaperone to work with children under 16 years of age.

    What will they learn?

    An awareness of likely First Aid situations which may occur when looking after children and an appropriate way of dealing with them successfully.The course will place your staff in a position where they have peace of mind that they are competent to deal with a problem should it arise.

    Pre-requisites

    Our courses offer a practical, hands-on approach that delivers the skills and confidence to use first aid skills in a real life situation. Learners must:

    • be physically able to carry out the practical element of the course
    • attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

    Course content

    • Insight into regulations
    • CPR (children)
    • Choking
    • Anaphylaxis (including use of epi-pens)
    • Resuscitation
    • Croup
    • Shock
    • Bandaging
    • Record keeping

    Certificate

    All participants will obtain a certificate accredited by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) in Paediatric First Aid which is valid for 3 years and awarded on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres Health and Safety

    Qualsafe Level 2 Award in Food Safety

    This course offers an insight into basic food safety and hygiene, teaching candidates how to supervise food safety in order to control contamination and safeguard the health of consumers.

    Who should attend?

    All employees involved in food handling as part of their duties.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates will gain an insight into relevant regulations, understand bacteria and the causes of food poisoning and learn how to follow good working practices i.e. safe storage.

    Course content

    • Legislation
    • Food safety hazards
    • Temperature control
    • Refrigeration, chilling and cold holding
    • Cooking, hot holding and reheating
    • Food handling
    • Principles of safe storage
    • Cleaning
    • Food premises and equipment.

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive a QA Level 2 Award in Food Safety Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres Virtual Courses

    Risk Assessment (Theatre Specific) Virtual course available

    Clients own paperwork can be used during this course, which offers added value to the practical exercises (if sent to RB offices two weeks prior to the course).

    All employers have a legal duty under the Management regulations to undertake suitable and sufficient risk assessments.

    Who should attend?

    Anyone responsible for conducting Risk Assessments, including Supervisors, Heads of Department and Managers.

    What will they learn?

    This qualification ensures that Head of Departments and Managers have the necessary depth of understanding to enable them to carry out suitable and sufficient risk assessments.

    Course content

    • Legislation
    • Principles of risk assessment
    • Prioritising risk
    • Controls
    • Documentation
    • Monitoring controls
    • Risk assessment in practice

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Risk Assessment Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres

    Rescue from Height for Theatre and Production

    This is a practical course which enables candidates to rescue those suspended using various equipment (rescue kits). The course is delivered on your premises using your equipment (or we can advise on the most suitable equipment for your premises if required). In addition to certification candidates are also awarded an ID card as proof that they have completed suitable training.

    Who should attend?

    This course is suitable for anyone who is nominated to carry out rescue from height.

    What will they learn?

    This course will give the successful candidate the knowledge and skills to work confidently with your venues rescue kit and carry out a range of rescues in your premises.

    Course content

    • What is work and rescue from height
    • Regulations
    • Rescue plans and equipment
    • Practical on-site rescue training exercises.

    Certificate

    Successful candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Certificate and ID card valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres

    Theatre Fire Officer

    Where this is applicable it is vital that this person has adequate training to undertake these duties as they will often be the first line of defence should there be an incident. This person is often called upon to oversee flame effects on stage and manage elements of an evacuation. This is a very practical course where candidates will learn to use fire extinguishing media in a variety of ways.

    Who should attend?

    Anyone appointed as a Theatre Fire Officer.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates will undertake practical exercises in the use of extinguishers and fire blankets in a live fire situation, as well as gaining knowledge on pre and post-performance checks, how to check fire doors, lock up and emergency procedures.

    Course content

    • H+S Law (including Rules of Management for Places of Entertainment)
    • Review of fire marshal
    • Duties of Theatre Fire Officer
    • Provision of ‘reasonable’ advice to the responsible person
    • Practical fire-fighting.

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Theatre Fire Officer Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres

    Tallescope Rescue

    This course will be tailored to the venue and show staff how to carry out a rescue from a Tallescope basket in a safe manner. Prior to attending this course the venue must have (or be intending to purchase) the “RB Tallescope Rescue Pack” (rescue pouch, Tallescope reach pole and accessories). It is also recommended that the venue has access to a standard rescue from height pack (however the tutor can bring their own). This is often run with the “Safe use of Tallescope Course” as combined training.

    Video of the Tallescope Rescue Pack Demonstration

    Who should attend?

    Anyone who could be responsible for taking part in the rescue of a person from a Tallescope. It is recommended (but not essential) that candidates have also received basic rescue from height training prior to attending this course.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates will be given practical training on the Tallescope rescue equipment and its deployment in their specific venue.

    Course content

    • Legislation
    • Rescue pack overview
    • Rescue pack contents and use
    • Inspection regime
    • Practical exercises.

    Certificate

    Successful candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Certificate and ID card valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres

    Tallescope (Safe use of Tallescopes)

    The ABTT and HSE have produced safe working methods for the use of Tallescopes. 

    2014 Code of practice for use of Tallescopes for working at height in theatres

    These require:

    • Four outriggers
    • Four push-pull posts
    • Four non-lift castors

    It is also explicitly stated to be essential that personnel using Tallescopes have completed Tallescope Training.

    Our Safe Use of Tallescopes training course is a practical course to bring candidates up to speed with ABTT guidelines and teach safe procedure when using a Tallescope.

    We often run this alongside our Tallescope Rescue training course as combined training.

    Who should attend?

    The course is designed for anyone required to use Tallescopes in the theatre and production environment.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates will develop the skills and knowledge to assemble, perform pre-use checks on, and use Tallescopes. They will gain an understanding of relevant legislation.

    Please Note: We cannot teach candidates to safely move an occupied Tallescope if your venue has a raked stage.

    Course content

    • Legislation and ABTT Code of Practice
    • Work at height risk assessment
    • Safety rules
    • Pre-use checks
    • Set up (flat and raked stage)
    • Moving a Tallescope (occupied and unoccupied)
    • Rescue plans
    • Lowering a Tallescope
    • Inspection regime
    • Practical on-site demonstrations and exercises

    Certificate

    Successful candidates will receive an RB Health & Safety Solutions Safe Use of Tallescopes certificate and ID card valid for five years.

    If you have any questions, or to book the course, please fill out our contact form.

    For Theatres

    Work at Height Rescue Plan Refresher Training

     

    Do you have Work at Height & Rescue from Height Competent Staff?

    RB Health and Safety Solutions Ltd recommend refreshing your Work at Height & Rescue Trained staff at a minimum of every 6 months, Its a good idea to train on your venue specific Work at Height Rescue Plans in the event of a real emergency, RB Health and Safety can supply a Competent Work at Height Training Instructor to supervise these sessions

    Why do Refresher Training?

    It will give your staff the opportunity to practice Rescue Training in a Team environment, to simulate what may happen in a real emergency event, this is overseen by a Competent Work at Height Training Instructor, who can guide and refresh the skills needed to achieve a Safe Work at Height Rescue in a timely fashion, these sessions are carried out using Live Casualties (one of the crew) this gives the Rescuer the unique perspective of being a casualty but in a controlled manner, this is to help you comply with Regulation 4 of the Work at Height Regulations 2005

    Who is it for?

    This Training is for anyone who is Work at Height & Rescue from Height Competent (certificated within 3 years) and will form part of a venue Rescue Team in the event of a Work at Height Rescue Situation

    What will the Training cover?

    • The venue specific Rescue Plans
    • Hierarchy of Rescue Control 
    • Rescue Equipment
    • Personal Safety
    • PPE Equipment Selection
    • Anchor points
    • Post Rescue Casualty care

    Who do we do this for?

    • Delfont Mackintosh Theatres
    • Nimax Theatres Ltd
    • Chickenshed

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    For Theatres Health and Safety Virtual Courses

    Work at Height and Ladder Safety Virtual course available

    "A third of all reported fall from height incidents involve ladders and stepladders.  On average this accounts for 13 deaths and 12,300 major injuries to workers each year" (INDG402).  Using ladders within the theatre and production environment is often an everyday occurrence and as such is arguably one of the most significant risks in certain departments.  Providing suitable training and instruction on how to use ladders will assist with reducing this risk as well as ensuring you are complying with your legal requirements. 

    Who should attend?

    It is ideal for candidates who are required to use ladders as part of their job.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates gain a basic insight into the risks involved in using ladders and the appropriate controls to have in place.

    Course content

    • Legislation
    • Work at height equipment
    • PPE
    • Safe use of ladders
    • Safe use of step ladders
    • Pre use ladder checks
    • Work at height hierarchy of control

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Work at Height / Ladder Safety Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    First Aid

    Emergency First Aid at Work

    Our Emergency First Aid at Work course was designed to comply with the First Aid Industry Body Registration 580 (FAIB) and Quality Care Academy (QCA) accredited body.

    Candidates taking this course will be taught core principles and practices of basic First Aid and will undergo training in managing emergency situations until help arrives. We aim to provide the knowledge to handle emergencies at work effectively and confidently.

    It’s ideal for small workplaces which present minor risks, and is recommended as a way to maintain the skills of those employees holding a full First Aid at Work certificate.

    All successful candidates will receive an Emergency First Aid at Work certificate valid for three years.

    Who should attend?

    This training course is suitable for anyone nominated as a first-aider in a small business. It is also appropriate for anyone acting as support for a fully qualified First Aid at Work certificate holder.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates will be taught to confidently and competently deal with various first aid situations in the workplace, as well as given an insight into the relevant regulations.

    Pre-requisites

    Our courses are designed as a hands-on, practical teaching opportunity ready to be applied to real life situations. Learners must:

    • Be physically able to carry out the practical element of the course
    • Attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

    Course content

    • Role of the first-aider
    • Assess the situation and circumstances in order to act safely, promptly and effectively in an emergency
    • How to deal with an unconscious casualty
    • How to administer Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
    • How to deal with a choking casualty
    • Wounds and bleeding
    • Treatment of shock
    • Treatment of minor injuries
    • Use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.
              

    First Aid

    First Aid at Work Refresher

    This course covers the requirements of the first aid refresher course to update those who hold a valid in-date first aid at work qualification. Courses will be delivered at your venue and tailored to suit the needs of your business.

    Who should attend?

    First aid courses of this type are suitable for anyone who has been nominated as a First Aider at Work. To complete this course, candidates must have an in-date approved first aid at work certificate.

    What will they learn?

    Any industry and legislatorial updates relating to first aid, and a recap on skills and knowledge already learnt under the supervision of a qualified, experienced tutor.

    Pre-requisites

    Our courses offer a practical, hands-on approach that delivers the skills and confidence to use first aid skills in a real life situation. Learners must:

    • be physically able to carry out the practical element of the course
    • attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

    Course content

    • Minor injuries
    • Treatment of an unconscious patient
    • Burns and scalds
    • Control of bleeding
    • Resuscitation
    • Treatment of shock
    • Fractures
    • Poisoning
    • Transporting casualties
    • Record keeping

    Certificate

    All participants will obtain a certificate accredited by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) in First Aid at Work which is valid for 3 years and awarded on successful completion of the course.

            

    Childcare Health and Safety

    Health and Safety for Childcare Providers

    A Health and Safety course designed specifically for childcare managers and supervisors. You will receive all the training and paperwork you need to successfully manage your health and safety.

    Health and Safety for Childcare Providers is a course for managers and supervisors working within a childcare setting. This innovative course is specifically designed to cover the OFSTED requirements for settings and childcare providers within Health and Safety. The course enables candidates to understand and complete a Health and Safety Policy and Risk Assessments.

    As well as your certificate, upon successfully completing the course you will receive paper and electronic copies of all documentation necessary to manage your own Health and Safety to a required standard.

    Who should attend?

    It is essential for all those who have a role that includes responsibility for the management of health and safety issues, including managers, supervisors and senior safety personnel.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates will gain an in-depth knowledge of how to produce and implement Health and Safety within their childcare setting. Candidates will receive the following to take back to their settings and implement: One cd copy of the health and safety file - Contents include: Health and Safety Policy Document (Template), Risk Assessment (Template) & Risk Assessments

    Course content

  • Risk assessments theories and practice
  • Health and Safety Policy
  • Legal Requirements specific to the childcare industry
  • Governing bodies
  • Introduction & how to use the health and safety file
  • Ensuring that the file is bespoke to your workplace
  • Next steps
  • Certificate

    Successful candidates will recieve an RB Health and Safety Solutions Certificate.

    Childcare Health and Safety

    Principles of Manual Handling in Childcare

    This course has been designed specifically to give participants the necessary skills and knowledge to undertake the unique manual handling challenges presented by working in the childcare industry and gives candidates an insight into the hazards and risks involved in manual handling within the childcare environment and outlines what you should expect from a manual handing assessment.

    Who should attend?

    This course is ideal for candidates who need to gain an insight into safer manual handling techniques relating specifically to a childcare environment.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates gain a basic insight into the risks involved in poor manual handling and obtain safer manual handling techniques with tutors advising on risks and solutions. The course covers a basic understanding of the manual handling regulations and there is a practical aspect for candidates to have some time to assess their workplace and then discuss findings with their tutor.

    Course content

  • Manual handling in the workplace
  • Manual handling injuries
  • Specifics to a childcare environment
  • Manual Handling assessment
  • Risk Control Options
  • Correct Lifting and Handling techniques
  • Certificate

    All candidates will recieve an RB Health and Safety Solutions Ltd Certificate

    First Aid

    First Aid at Work

    The First Aid Training at Work (statutory) course complies with the current Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. Successful students receive an accredited certificate by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) which is valid for 3 years. All employers have a legal duty to make First Aid provisions within their workplace, and this course will ensure you meet that duty.  The course will take place at your premises for upto 12 people and will be tailored to suit the needs of your business.

    Who should attend?

    First Aid courses of this type are suitable and sufficient for anybody who has been nominated as a First Aider at Work.

    What will they learn?

    The knowledge and skills to confidently and competently deal with any first aid situation in the workplace and a deep insight into the principles and practices of First Aid and the relevant regulations.

    Pre-requisites

    Our courses offer a practical, hands-on approach that delivers the skills and confidence to use first aid skills in a real life situation. Learners must:

    • be physically able to carry out the practical element of the course
    • attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

    Course content

    • Dealing with accidents and illness
    • Treatment of an unconscious patient
    • Burns and scalds
    • Control of bleeding
    • Resuscitation
    • Treatment of shock
    • Fractures
    • Poisoning
    • Preparing for the arrival of the emergency services

    Certificate

    All participants will obtain a certificate accredited by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) in First Aid at Work which is valid for 3 years and awarded on successful completion of the course.
         

      

    Childcare First Aid

    Paediatric First Aid

    Fully Compliant with EYFS 2017

    NOTE – Information and pricing below is for in-house Paediatric First Aid Courses. We also offer Open Paediatric First Aid Courses in East and West Sussex. For information on those, click here.

    This course is designed for those working with children. It provides an awareness of first aid requirements for these situations.

    The course is suitable for those working in registered early years provision and anybody working with children from birth to 8 years. 

    Staff who complete the course will be confident in their ability to deal with any issues that arise.

    It is fully compliant with OFSTED and the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage 2017) guidelines and is Accredited by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB). 

    This 12-hour paediatric first aid training course can be delivered at your premises. Up to 16 staff may attend at a time.

    The EYFS Practice Guidance criteria can be downloaded here.

    Who should attend?

    Anyone working out of schools, pre-schools, playgroups or in full day care settings and caring for the under 8s (meeting OFSTED requirements).

    What will they learn?

    Awareness of situations likely to occur when looking after children which require First Aid. Appropriate strategies for successfully resolving them.

    Pre-Requisites

    Our courses provide a practical approach. This hands-on training delivers the skills and confidence needed for real life First Aid. Candidates must:

    • Attend the full course to be eligible for assessment
    • Be physically capable of handling the practical elements of the course

    Course content

    • Insight into regulations
    • CPR (Infant and child)
    • Choking
    • Anaphylaxis (including the use of epi-pens or similar)
    • Resuscitation
    • Croup
    • Shock
    • Bandaging
    • Record Keeping

    Certificate

    Successful participants will obtain an RB Health & Safety Solutions Certificate. This recognised certificate is valid for 3 years. 
               

    Health and Safety

    Qualsafe Level 2 Award in Principles of COSHH

    Designed to complement the Health and Safety in the Workplace certificates, this Level 2 qualification introduces candidates to the inherent risks in various substances, and the controls available.

    This qualification is designed for those who use substances hazardous to health at work, and aims to prepare employees to contribute to the safer use of hazardous substances.

    Who should attend?

    Any employees who deal with hazardous substances in their workplace.

    What will they learn?

    It introduces candidates to the safe use of potentially harmful substances, the risks and controls available, and outlines what to expect from a Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) assessment.

    Course content

    • Types of Substances Hazardous to Health
    • Health Effects of Hazardous Substances
    • Causes
    • COSHH Assessments
    • Control Measures
    • Responsibilities Imposed by the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002

    Certificate

    All successful participants will obtain an accredited Qualsafe Awards Certificate which is valid for 3 years upon successful completion of the course

    First Aid

    Sports and Exercise Specific First Aid

    This course gives candidates an insight into sports specific first aid and the knowledge, skills, and confidence to deal with exercise and sports-related first aid emergency situations.

    These first aid courses are run specifically to suit the needs of the fitness industry. Focussing on first aid requirements likely to arise in the gym and exercise settings, the four day course is FAIB & QCA Registered. We are one of the few companies currently within the UK accredited to teach the high standards required for this particular course.

    Who should attend?

    This course is essential for any sports or exercise professional who wants to gain a recognised First Aid qualification within the Health and Fitness sector, and a deep insight into the cause and treatment of common exercise-related injuries.

    What will they learn?

    The knowledge and skills to confidently and competently deal with any sports or exercise related first aid situation and a deep insight into the principles and practices of First Aid and the relevant regulations.

    Pre-requisites

    Our courses offer a practical, hands-on approach that delivers the skills and confidence to use first aid skills in a real life situation. Learners must:

    • be physically able to carry out the practical element of the course
    • attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

    Course content

    • Basic overview into Regulations
    • Resuscitation
    • Muscle, Joints, and Ligaments
    • Broken Bones
    • Sprains
    • Recovery Times
    • Shock
    • Bandaging
    • Record Keeping

    Certificate

    All participants will obtain a certificate that is accredited by the HSE and is valid for 3 years and awarded on successful completion of the course.

    Basic Life Support

    Candidates on this course will learn basic first aid, how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and have the confidence to assess a casualty/situation until help arrives.

    Who should attend?

    Basic life support is suitable for anyone, at any level of education or employment who wants to gain an insight into basic First Aid.

    What will they learn?

    How to approach and assess an adult casualty safely, commence resuscitation or place the casualty in the recovery position and keep them under observation until help arrives where necessary.

    Course content

    • Assess the situation in an emergency
    • Administer First Aid to a casualty who is unconscious
    • Administer Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
    • Administer First Aid to a casualty who is wounded and bleeding.
    • Administer First Aid who is suffering from shock
    • Slips, Trips and Falls
    • Treatment of shock
    • Minor Injuries

    Certificate

    Successful candidates will recieve an RB Health and Safety Solutions Basic Life Support Certificate valid for 3 years.

    Health and Safety Virtual Courses

    Health and Safety Awareness Virtual course available

    Through our Health and Safety Awareness course, candidates will gain insight in how to conduct themselves safely within your business. From risk identification and mitigation right the way to safety, the course will heighten awareness of how to increase safety and avoid incidents within the workplace.

    This bespoke course can be tailored to your business’s individual needs. By incorporating your risk assessments, Health and Safety Policy, and Emergency Plan into the training session, we can make sure that your team learn relevant information in the context of where they are expected to apply these skills.

    By tailoring the course to the specific needs of your business, we able your team to put what they’ve learned into practice immediately. 

    Who should attend?

    The Health and Safety Awareness training course is suitable for all employees and management.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates will learn the legal framework and key pieces of Health and Safety legislation that your business is expected to adhere to by law. They will also learn how to accurately perform Risk Assessments, mitigate against accidents and report incidents.

    As well as this, the course teaches the importance and basics of manual handling.

    The course also includes an extensive Fire Safety module, including fire triage, human behaviour and your role to play in fire safety.

    Course content

  • The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
  • Risk Assessments
  • Accidents and Incidents
  • Manual Handling
  • Fire Safety
  • Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    Health and Safety

    IOSH Supervising Safely

    Supervising Safely is aimed at anyone with a supervisory role to give them the knowledge and understanding of how health and safety affects their job. This course is high impact using up to date teaching methods to ensure students have learnt what is required from IOSH. The program covers all the main health and safety issues and our experienced tutors will ensure that the program is suited and tailored to the individuals in the class. The course lasts for 18 hours in total. Supervising Safely can be delivered over 3 consecutive days, on single days or as an evening course.

    Certification Fees/Books: Charged at current IOSH Rates

    Who should attend?

    Candidates with a supervisory function in their role who are seeking the knowledge and information required to comply with their health and safety responsibilities

    What will they learn?

    Successful candidates will gain a more in-depth knowledge into Supervising Health and Safety.

    Course content

    •The supervisor's role

    •Hazards, risks and control measures

    •Improving safety performance

    •Communication

    •Environmental awareness

    Certificate

    Delegates who successfully complete the written and practical assessments at the end of the course are awarded an IOSH certificate in Supervising Safely

    Health and Safety IOSH

    IOSH Managing Safely

    Managing Safely is a course for managers and supervisors in any sector and any organisation. It is designed to give managers the knowledge and the skills to enable them to successfully manage health and safety within their teams. The flexible new high impact program covers all the main health and safety issues, and includes a session tackling the environment too. The course lasts for 24 hours in total. Managing Safely can be delivered over a full week, on single days or as an evening course.

    Certification Fees/Books: Charged at current IOSH Rates

    Who should attend?

    This course is essential for anyone in a management position, especially when that includes responsibility for the management of health and safety issues (Includes managers, supervisors, and senior safety personnel).

    What will they learn?

    Successful candidates will gain an in-depth understanding of Managing Health and Safety in the workplace, and the knowledge and confidence to deal with day to day health and safety tasks.

    Course content

  • Assessing risks
  • Controlling risks
  • Understanding your responsibilities
  • Identifying hazards
  • Investigating accidents and incidents
  • Measuring performance
  • Certificate

    Delegates who successfully complete the written and practical assessments at the end of the course are awarded an IOSH certificate in Managing Safely.

    For Theatres

    Working at Height (Harness) for Theatre and Production

    Any staff who use work at height equipment such as harnesses or work positioning / restraint / fall arrest systems should be adequately trained and refreshed at regular intervals. This is a practical course which is delivered on your premises so that the tutor can tailor the training to suit the areas in which your staff work. In addition to certification candidates are also awarded an ID card as proof that they have completed suitable training.

    Who should attend?

    This course is suitable for anyone who is required to work at height with fall arrest, work restraint or work positioning systems (which covers most areas in a Theatre and Production environment).

    What will they learn?

    This course will give the successful candidate the knowledge and skills to work confidently with a range of work at height PPE and ensure that the most suitable safe system of work is adopted.

    Course content

    • What is work at height
    • Regulations
    • Risk assessment
    • Hierarchy of control
      • Work restraint
      • Work positioning
      • Fall arrest
      • Fall factors
    • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and Fall Protection Equipment (FPE)
    • Practical on-site PPE and FPE exercises.

    Certificate

    Successful candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Certificate and ID card valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Theatres

    Working and Rescue from Height for Theatre and Production

    The course content is the same however candidates are issued with one certificate and ID card showing competence in both areas.

    Who should attend?

    This course is suitable for anyone who is nominated to work at height and carry out rescue from height.

    What will they learn?

    This course will give the successful candidate the knowledge and skills to work confidently with your venue's work at height systems and rescue kit.

    Course content

    Day 1.

    • What is work at height
    • Regulations
    • Risk assessment
    • Hierarchy of control
    • Work restraint
    • Work positioning
    • Fall arrest
    • Fall factors
    • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and Fall Protection Equipment (FPE)
    • Practical on-site PPE and FPE exercises.

    Day 2.

    • What is rescue from height
    • Rescue plans and equipment
    • Practical on-site rescue training exercises.

    Certificate

    Successful candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Certificate and ID card valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    For Businesses Health and Safety Virtual Courses

    Noise Awareness Virtual course available

    Awareness of noise risks and controls is very important, as people will then take notice of the risks and use risk-reduction measures properly. This course offers staff an awareness of noise and how it can cause harm, along with some simple personal controls which are often used within this industry many of which can be found in the HSE guidance document “sound advice, control of noise at work in music and entertainment”.

    All employers have a legal duty under the Control of Noise at Work Regulations to ensure staff are provided with information and training.

    Who should attend?

    It is ideal for candidates who are likely to be exposed to noise in the workplace.

    What will they learn?

    Candidates gain a basic insight into the risks involved in exposure to noise and types of control measure likely to be used.

    Course content

    • Legislation;
    • Noise definitions;
    • Employer and employee responsibilities;
    • Action levels;
    • Noise risk assessments;
    • Noise control measures;
    • Hearing protection selection, use and maintenance

    .

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Noise Awareness Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    Fire Safety

    Fire Marshal

    This course will cover the duties of these vital roles within your business. Courses can be tailored to your venue and for larger contracts we are also able to develop tailor made tactical decision making exercises for Marshals using photos and scenarios of your specific venues. Practical fire-fighting (using live fire simulators and various extinguishers) can be included in this course if the venue is suitable and there are adequate parking arrangements.

    Who should attend?

    Anyone who is a designated Fire Marshal.

    What will they learn?

    This training will cover the role of the fire marshal.

    Course content

    • Fire behaviour
    • Human nature
    • General fire precautions, good housekeeping and how to avoid fire starting
    • Emergency plans/ Evacuation strategy
    • Basic fire prevention / fire doors / exit routes
    • Fire extinguishers
    • Systematic searching
    • Shutting down vital or dangerous equipment
    • Assisting those in the premises to leave
    • Fire firefighting equipment
    • Reporting faults.

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Fire Marshal Certificate. It is recommended that this knowledge be refreshed annually and that the certificate be renewed every 3 years. 

    Fire Safety Virtual Courses

    Fire Awareness Virtual course available

    The actions of staff if there were to be a fire will be crucial to ensuring the safety of themselves and others in the building. Courses can be tailored to your venue and for larger contracts we are also able to develop tailor made tactical decision making exercises using photos and scenarios of your actual venues. Practical fire-fighting (using live fire simulators and various extinguishers) can be included in this course if the venue is suitable and there are adequate parking arrangements.

    All employers have a legal duty under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order to ensure staff receive training, and this course will ensure you meet that duty.

    Who should attend?

    Anyone identified in your Fire Risk Assessment as requiring fire awareness training.

    What will they learn?

    This training will cover the basics of fire safety within the theatre and production environment, the various roles expected to be carried out in an emergency and how to avoid a fire in the first instance.

    Course content

    • Fire behaviour
    • Human nature
    • General fire precautions, good housekeeping and how to avoid fire starting
    • Emergency plans
    • Basic fire prevention and fire doors
    • Fire extinguishers
    • Evacuation, assembly areas and liaison
    • Exit routes
    • Assisting disabled persons

    Certificate

    All Candidates receive an RB Health and Safety Solutions Fire Awareness Certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion of the course.

    IOSH Working Safely in Theatre and Production

    It’s finally here! – The little brother of the highly acclaimed Managing Safely for Theatre and Production course, this one-day course offers a working knowledge of health and safety within the unique and demanding environment of the theatre and entertainment industry.

    Following in the highly-acclaimed footsteps of its big brother, the new one day course for health and safety in the theatre already looks set to be a show-stopper.

    Using the information, ideas and experience gained when creating Managing Safely for Theatre and Production, RB Health and Safety have again teamed up with Delfont Mackintosh Theatres to create a high impact course that is unique, relevant, and visually stunning.

    The course is suitable for anyone working in the theatre, from ticket-office to fly-floor, and will give the successful candidate a solid, working knowledge of health and safety in the theatre, how it applies to them in their roles, and what they can do to improve it.

    IOSH Working Safely for Theatre and Production is also run as an Open Course

    With a new range of videos, presentations and games, this course is a must for any theatre professional, and can be delivered in one day.

    Certification Fees/Books: £35 per candidate (in-house only – open course pricing is arranged separately)

    For more information – give us a ring! – 0845 2571489

    Who should attend?

    This course is ideal for anyone involved in theatre in any capacity who wants to gain a working knowledge of Working Safely in a theatre.

    What will they learn?

    The successful candidate will gain an insight into health and safety in a theatre environment, where they stand as employees, and what they can do to make work easier and safer. The course also includes comprehensive instruction in manual handling and fire safety awareness.

    Course content

    • Introducing Working Safely
    • Defining Hazard and Risk
    • Identifying Common Hazards
    • Improving Safety Performance
    • Protecting our Environment

    Certificate

    The successful candidate (having successfully completed the assessment and assignment) will receive an IOSH Working Safely in Theatre and Production certificate.

    Health and Safety IOSH

    IOSH Working Safely

    Working Safely is a one-day course designed for staff with no supervisory or managerial responsibility, whatever their sector.

    The course delivers a working knowledge of health and safety at work basics – everyone should have a solid understanding of the need to work safely.

    The course introduces a completely new approach to health & safety training, offering all the basics in an interactive package designed for high-impact, effective learning.

    This accredited IOSH course will educate your workforce in the principles of working safely. RB Health & Safety can tailor this course to your organisation, guaranteeing your staff a course relevant to their work.

    Should you operate a larger organisation needing a number of courses throughout the year, we can send trainers to consult with you for a day, developing unique teaching tools to produce a fully customised IOSH training course suited perfectly to your organisation.

    Who should attend?

    This course is ideal for anyone requiring a basic insight into Health & Safety in the workplace. It is suitable for any age group.

    What will they learn?

    Successful candidates will develop a clear understanding of the basics of health and safety in the workplace, and will know what is expected of them as employees in that industry.

    Course content

    • Introducing working safely
    • Defining hazard and risk
    • Identifying common hazards
    • Improving safety performance

    Certificate

    Candidates who successfully complete written and practical assessments at the end of the course are awarded an IOSH certificate in Working Safely.

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    • Max candidates : 10
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    • Duration: 3 hours
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    • Assessment: Continuous practical assessment
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    • Duration: 1.5 - 2 Hours
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £504.00 / London £554.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Assessment: Written (multi choice) assessment
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    • Price: £445.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Duration: 3-4 hours
    • Max candidates : 16
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    • Assessment: Practical Skills Assessment
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    • Duration: 2 days
    • Max candidates : 4
    • Price: £2100.00 (plus VAT)
    • Assessment: Continuous Practical Assessment by trainer
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    • Duration: 3 Hours
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: Prices are available upon request
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    • Duration: 3 Hours (RB certified)
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £554.00 / London £604.00 (plus VAT)
    • Assessment: Multiple Choice Exam Paper
    • Accredited by: RB Health and Safety Solutions Ltd or QA
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    • Duration: 2.5 Hours
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: £485.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Duration: 3 hours
    • Max candidates : 8
    • Price: £880.00 (plus VAT)
    • Fee information: N/A
    • Assessment: N/A
    • Accredited by: RB Health and Safety Solutions Ltd
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    • Duration: 2.5 Hours
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: £700.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Duration: 3 Days
    • Max candidates : 12
    • Price: Prices are available upon request
    • Assessment: Practical Skills Test and Written Assessment.
    • Accredited by: First Aid Industry Body (FAIB)
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    • Duration: 4 hours
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: £495.00 (plus VAT)
    • Fee information: Certification Fees/Books: £8.00 per candidate
    • Assessment: Written Assessment
    • Accredited by: First Aid Awards
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    • Duration: 3-4 hours
    • Max candidates : 12
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    • Assessment: Practical Skills Test
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    • Duration: 3 Hours
    • Max candidates : 10
    • Price: South East £604.00 / London £654.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Assessment: Continuous assessment by trainer
    • Accredited by: RB Health and Safety Solutions Ltd
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    • Duration: 2 Hours
    • Max candidates : 10
    • Price: South East £554.00 / London £604.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: £485.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Duration: 2 Hours
    • Max candidates : 6
    • Price: South East £554.00 / London £604.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Accredited by: RB Health and Safety Solutions Ltd
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    • Duration: 1 Day
    • Max candidates : 12
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    • Accredited by: First Aid Industry Body (FAIB)
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    • Duration: 1 Day
    • Max candidates : 16
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    • Duration: 2 Days
    • Max candidates : 12
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    • Duration: 3 Hours (without practical). 4 Hours (with practical)
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £554.00 / London £604.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £400.00 / London £450.00
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    • Price: £380.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £990.00 / London £990.00 (If you are looking to join an open course on this subject, the cost will be £140.00 plus VAT per person instead.)
    • Fee information: Certification Fees/Books: £35 per candidate (plus VAT)
    • Assessment: Written and Practical Assessments
    • Accredited by: Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
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    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: £792.00 plus VAT (not including certification & book fees: £35 plus VAT per candidate)
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    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £2853.00 / London £2853.00 (If you are looking to join an open course on this subject, the cost will be £495.00 plus VAT per person instead.)
    • Fee information: Certification Fees/Books: £50 per candidate (plus VAT)
    • Assessment: Written and Practical Assessments
    • Accredited by: Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
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    • Duration: 4 Days
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: £2,282.00 plus VAT (not including certification & book fees: £50 plus VAT per candidate)
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    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £990.00 / London £990.00 (If you are looking to join an open course on this subject, the cost will be £140.00 plus VAT per person instead.)
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    • Assessment: Written and Practical Assessments
    • Accredited by: IInstitute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
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    • Duration: 1 Day
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: £792.00 plus VAT (not including certification & book fees: £35 plus VAT per candidate)
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    • Duration: 1.5 Hours
    • Max candidates : 16
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    • Duration: 3 Hours
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    • Duration: 1 Day
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £554.00 / London £604.00 (plus VAT)
    • Fee information: Certificate Fee £8.93 / Book £2.50 (plus VAT)
    • Assessment: Multiple Choice Exam Paper
    • Accredited by: Qualsafe Awards (QA)
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    • Duration: 3 - 4 hours
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    • Price: South East £950.00 / London £950.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Duration: 1 Day
    • Max candidates : 10
    • Price: South East £990.00 / London £990.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Duration: 3 Hours
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    • Price: South East £950.00 / London £950.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Duration: 3 Hours
    • Max candidates : 6
    • Price: South East £950.00 / London £950.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Duration: 3 hours
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £554.00 / London £604.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Max candidates : 12
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    • Assessment: Continuous by Trainer
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    • Duration: 2 Days
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    • Duration: 1 Day
    • Max candidates : 12
    • Price: South East £1200.00 / London £1200.00 (plus VAT)
    • Fee information: Follow up day charged additionally POA
    • Assessment: Continous Assessment by Trainer
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    • Duration: 4 Hours
    • Max candidates : 16
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    • Price: South East £400.00 / London £500.00
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    • Price: £445.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Price: South East £1328.00 / London £1328.00 (plus VAT)
    • Fee information: Certification Fees/Books: £50 per candidate (plus VAT)
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    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £2200.00 / London £2200.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Price: South East £950.00 / London £950.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Duration: 2 Days
    • Max candidates : 6
    • Price: South East £1780.00 / London £1780.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Price: South East £400.00 / London £450.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Price: £380.00 (plus VAT)
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    • Duration: 6 hours
    • Max candidates : 16
    • Price: South East £990.00 / London £990.00 (plus VAT)
    • Fee information: Charged at current IOSH Rates
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