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    Co ordinator Training Temporary Works Supervisor Training Workplace Risk Assessment Training Horticultural Equipment Training Brushcutters Strimmers Chainsaws Petrol Electric Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Mowers Wood Chippers Shredders Operative Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Welcome to Safetymen We offer a range of technical health and safety courses to meet individual and corporate needs In an ever changing and challenging commercial world our training courses are designed to help your business meet the demands of current UK Health Safety Legislation We are members of IPAF International Powered Access Federation PASMA Prefabricated Access Suppliers and Manufacturers Association CITB CSkills formerly Site Safety Plus International Institute of Risk and Safety Management IIRSM and IOSH Institute of Occupational Safety and Health As one of the leading Health Safety Training Providers in Essex we can provide courses either on site or at our Training Centre in Thorpe le Soken Essex Open courses being held at our training centre can be viewed on our website As well as providing Health and Safety Training courses we offer a Health and Safety

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/ (2016-02-12)
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  • About Us // Safetymen
    Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next About Us Safetymen are Health and Safety Trainers and Consultants based in Thorpe le Soken Essex Safetymen was formed in February 2002 by Graham Healey GradIOSH MIIRSM BOHS Adv CISRS We are members of various associations including IPAF International Powered Access Federation PASMA Prefabricated Access Suppliers and Manufacturers Association IOSH Institution of Occupational Safety and Health CITB CSkills IATP Independent Asbestos Training Providers and IIRSM International Institute of Risk and Safety Management As a result of being members of these associations we can provide Health and Safety Training and Health and Safety Consultancy to nationally recognised standards Our Head office and Health and Safety Training Centre is located at Thorpe le Soken Essex We also carry out training at customers premises Since Safetymen was formed the range of Health and Safety Courses offered has increased with the demand for Health and Safety Training We currently provide 49 Health Safety and Environmental Courses which is constantly increasing We can also provide bespoke Health and Safety Courses please contact us with your requirements All Health and Safety Training Courses can be held either at our Training Centre in Thorpe le Soken Essex or On Site On Site terms conditions apply Safetymen Health and Safety Consultants and Trainers are all trained to nationally recognised standards Our M D Graham Healey is now considered to be one of the most qualified Health and Safety Trainers in the U K at present Whether you require a Health and Safety Policy Risk Assessments or Health and Safety Site Inspections we can help Due to growing demand and the enforcement of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 we are now offering Asbestos Surveys

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/about-us/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Upcoming Courses // Safetymen
    Operative Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Health and Safety Course Calendar The following courses will be run throughout the year at our training centre Spaces are subject to availability please contact the office for up to date information February 2016 Friday 12 February First Aid at Work Requalification Day 1 Friday 12 February Mobile Access Towers PASMA Monday 15 February First Aid at Work Requalification Day 2 Monday 15 February Mobile Access Towers PASMA Wednesday 17 February Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Thursday 18 February Asbestos Non Licensed Tasks pm Friday 19 February Legionella Awareness am COSHH pm Saturday 20 February Basic Scaffold Inspection Monday 22 February CAT Genny pm Monday 22 February CITB Site Safety Plus 1 Day Health and Safety Awareness Tuesday 23 February Mobile Elevating Work Platforms IPAF Wednesday 24 February Emergency First Aid at Work Thursday 25 February Brushcutters Strimmers Hedgetrimmers am Friday 26 February Mowers am Monday 29 February Manual Handling am Ladders Stepladders pm March 2016 Tuesday 01 March Emergency First Aid at Work Wednesday 02 March Abrasive Wheels am Asbestos Awareness pm Thursday

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/upcoming-courses/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Consultancy // Safetymen
    Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Health and Safety Consultancy Service Safety men Limited are based in Thorpe le Soken Essex we offer clients the solution of professional Health and Safety services on a yearly retainer consultancy basis There are many advantages of this approach one being our ability to give unbiased and objective opinions on all Health and Safety issues Health Safety legislation requires the appointment of competent persons to ensure compliance with relevant legislative rules Finding the person you need who has the right combination of experience and skill sets can itself be very difficult Every business can profit from more efficient safety practices Besides legal costs it s the hidden costs such as covering absences recruitment training and production losses which can really eat into your profits We offer clients the benefit of a retained consultancy service at a series of designated levels Packages range from basic advice and updates to audits inspections and Health and Safety training Courses We can design a bespoke package to suit your requirements Services covered by our consultancy agreement include A Certificate to display at your premises and for use in tender packages providing proof of the appointment of a Competent Health Safety Professional Approximately 30 Health and Safety forms including templates for Safe Systems of Work Method Statements Site Specific Risk Assessments Manual Handling Assessments COSHH Assessments Sub Contractors Questionnaires and many more Help line facility This is for advice only if you require us to design or carry out additional work then additional charges will apply Assistance with the completion of any competency questionnaires required as part of a tender submission Updates of changes in legislation and other relevant information Discounted prices on Safetymen

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/consultancy/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Accident Investigations // Safetymen
    Electric Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Mowers Wood Chippers Shredders Operative Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Accident Investigations Accidents happen for a reason and can be avoided with good management With proper controls and procedures in place it is possible to reduce the number of accidents and incidents and protect staff and others from injury One of the best ways to reduce accidents and incidents is to find out what went wrong and take action to make sure that similar incidents do not happen again It is good business practice to have an investigation because it will help to avoid waste of your valuable human and financial resources that result from every accident At Safety men our impartial and thorough accident investigation service is not intended to apportion blame but will examine the direct and indirect causes of the accident with a view to avoiding a recurrence The process in investigating serious accidents can involve Inspection of the accident incident location and recording of evidence Inspection of site health and safety documentation in relation

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/other-services/accident-investigations/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Asbestos Surveys // Safetymen
    8t 10t Mowers Wood Chippers Shredders Operative Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Asbestos Surveys Asbestos KILLS Asbestos related diseases are expected to kill 5 000 in 2010 with the figures likely to rise to 10 000 by 2011 Every week 20 tradesmen die from this hidden killer Any building built or refurbished before the year 2000 could contain asbestos The current Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 now have an explicit Duty to Manage Regulation 4 Who has a duty to manage asbestos A wide range of people potentially have obligations under this regulation including employers and the self employed if they have responsibilities for maintaining or repairing non domestic premises and the owner of those premises whether they are occupied or vacant Duty Holders will be required to Carry out an assessment as to whether asbestos is present and determining its condition Recording the results of the assessment and ensuring that they are passed on to the occupier of the premises Collaborating with the occupier and others in the preparation and implementation of the management plan to control

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/other-services/asbestos-surveys/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Face Fit Testing // Safetymen
    General Health and Safety Training Confined Spaces COSHH Environmental Awareness Fire Marshal Training Fire Safety Awareness Food Hygiene Health and Safety Awareness Health Safety for Directors and Senior Management Infection Control Legionella Awareness Manual Handling Noise Dust Vibration Portable Appliance Testing Temporary Works Co ordinator Training Temporary Works Supervisor Training Workplace Risk Assessment Training Horticultural Equipment Training Brushcutters Strimmers Chainsaws Petrol Electric Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Mowers Wood Chippers Shredders Operative Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Face Fit Testing available at Safetymen Under HSE Health Safety Guidance HSG53 RPE at Work paragraph 71 If you are considering RPE with a tight fitting facepiece you should make sure that each wearer undergoes a fit test Face piece fit testing is a method of checking for a tight fitting facepiece matches the wearer s facial features and seals adequately to their face Safetymen offer on site fit testing or fit testing at out Health Safety Training Centre in Thorpe le Soken Essex Contact the office for more information prices and available dates For further details

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  • Hand-arm Vibration Testing // Safetymen
    Employers be doing It is the employer s duty or their Health Safety representative to be seen actively trying to combat and control all measures of Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome in the workforce This can be done in many ways for example Ensuring all hand held tools are checked on a regular basis for vibration levels Ensuring all tools used are helped by adding vibration damping handles All new or additional tools have the lowest vibration emissions All employees have regular vibration assessments Keep the employees working area warm with warm clothing for those who work outdoors Make sure the legal limits on vibration exposure are not exceeded Provide information and training to employees on health risks and the actions you are taking to control those risks HSE inspectors will be addressing hand arm vibration in three priority industry sectors These sectors will include Foundries Heavy Steel Fabrication including Ship Building and Construction They will expect to see evidence of the elimination of vibration risks or of their reduction to the lowest level that is reasonably practicable Where vibration risks remain inspectors will be looking for evidence that the risks are being managed adequately and that suitable health surveillance is in place This is where Safetymen s Hand Arm Vibration Service can be of use to you Remember By law as an employer you must assess and identify measures to eliminate or reduce risks from exposure to hand arm vibration so that you can protect your employees from risks to their health Where the risks are low the actions you take may be simple and inexpensive but where the risks are high you should manage them using a prioritised action plan to control exposure to hand arm vibration Where required ensure that Control measures to reduce vibration are properly applied and You provide information training and health surveillance Review what you are doing if anything changes that may affect exposures to vibration where you work Key Messages HAVS is preventable but once the damage is done it is permanent HAVS is serious and disabling and nearly 2 million people are at risk Damage from HAVS can include the inability to do fine work and cold can trigger painful finger blanching attacks The costs to employees and to employers of inaction could be high There are simple and cost effective ways to eliminate risk of HAVS The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations focus on the elimination or control of vibration exposure The long term aim is to prevent new cases of HAVS occurring and enable workers to remain at work without disability The most efficient and effective way of controlling exposure to hand arm vibration is to look for new or alternative work methods which eliminate or reduce exposure to vibration Health surveillance is vital to detect and respond to early signs of damage Do you have a hand arm vibration problem at work This will depend on whether your employees regularly and frequently work with vibrating tools and equipment

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/other-services/hand-arm-vibration-testing/ (2016-02-12)
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