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  • IOSH Managing Safely Training in Glasgow provided by Turner Access
    safety messages across Who should attend the IOSH Managing Safely Training Course Managing Safely is for managers and supervisors in any industry sector and any company or organisation It is designed to bring managers up to speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle health and safety in their teams What can delegates expect from the Course Managing safely will give delegates the knowledge and tools to tackle the health and safety issues they re responsible for Importantly it brings home just why health and safety is such an essential part of their job Successful delegates are awarded an IOSH Managing safely certificate What does the IOSH Managing Safely Training Course cover 1 Introducing Managing safely Some managers may see health and safety as an add on to their role even an intrusion The first module makes it clear that managers are accountable for their teams and makes a persuasive case for managing safely 2 Assessing risks This module defines risk and risk assessment Risk assessments and a simple scoring system are introduced and delegates carry out a series of assessments 3 Controlling risks Here the session tackles cutting risks down concentrating on the best techniques to control key risks and how to choose the right method 4 Understanding your responsibilities This module looks at the demands of the law and how the legal system works and introduces a health and safety management system 5 Identifying hazards This module covers all the main issues any operation has to deal with entrances and exits work traffic fire chemicals electricity physical and verbal abuse bullying stress noise housekeeping and the working environment slips trips and falls working at height computers and manual handling 6 Investigating accidents and incidents The session starts with why accidents should be investigated and goes

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/services/working-at-height-training-courses/health--safety-training-courses/iosh-managing-safely.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • IOSH Working Safely Training in Glasgow provided by Turner Access
    the essentials of health and safety Everyone at work should have an understanding of why they must work safely and this course offers exactly that What can delegates expect from the Course Working safely isn t supposed to turn delegates into safety experts It focuses on why health and safety is important and how individuals can make a real difference to the wellbeing of themselves and others through changing their behaviour What does the IOSH Working Safely Training Course cover 1 Introducing working safely It s not unusual for delegates coming on an introductory course to think that accidents only happen to other people This module stresses the realities of the human suffering behind the statistics and emphasises the importance of personal responsibility 2 Defining hazard and risk This module puts hazard and risk into everyday language and uses familiar examples to show what can happen Importantly it makes it clear that even something that is very simple or repeated over and over again can go wrong with serious consequences Focusing on the six broad hazard groups delegates are asked to think about the hazards and risks they come across in their own work Risk assessment is demystified delegates learn that we all carry out informal assessments day in day out 3 Identifying common hazards All the main issues are covered in this module entrances and exits work traffic fire chemicals electricity physical and verbal abuse bullying stress noise and the working environment slips trips and falls and manual handling Each area is backed by crystal clear examples and recognisable scenarios and useful summaries reinforce the key learning points 4 Improving safety performance This module deals with systems and processes making sure that any jargon is explained in easily understood terms The session bridges the gap between management and workforce

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/services/working-at-height-training-courses/health--safety-training-courses/iosh-working-safely.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • Turner OCTO® System Scaffolding Ensures Greater Productivity
    weight of traditional Tube Fittings and traditional System Scaffolding A combination of factors ensure Turner OCTO users can maximise their productivity on scaffold projects In many industries the access provider is faced with challenging deadlines The ability to meet or even exceed these expectations is often the key to winning contract opportunities Productivity can be achieved at the very start of a project Planning and job design is more efficient with a fully metric system Erection and dismantling costs are reduced through the reduction in component content and self weight Key Turner OCTO components have been designed and manufactured with safety in mind Joint connections and excessive deflection in decking provide visual safety checks that can speed up the process of necessary inspections Not only do 4m vertical and 3 5m bay length options provide versatility they also provide the ability to span greater heights and lengths with fewer components without compromising on the load bearing capability of the composite structure Productivity is also achieved with a simple erection and dismantling process Turner OCTO components are designed to be easily handled and fitted making assembly or dismantle more efficient Through correct assembly of Turner OCTO and use of GuardAid Positional

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  • Turner OCTO® System Scaffolding is designed for Greater Versatility
    the design of key scaffold components The Turner OCTO joint connection allows a 360 movement which can accommodate eight components in one cup at the same level This degree of versatility provides almost limitless possibilities in structure size and shape and strength making Turner OCTO appropriate for use in numerous market sectors Strength Heavier load and higher height capability leg loads of up to 8 tonne suitable for use in

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/products/system-scaffolding/turner-octo%C2%AE-designed-for-greater-versatility.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • Turner OCTO® System Scaffolding is Designed to Improve Safety
    visual safety checks and a safe system of work to prevent the risk of fall from height A Safer System of Work Eliminating the risk of fall from height with the GuardAid Positional Tool With integrated safety the scaffolder is provided with safe systems of work throughout erection dismantle and alteration of the System Scaffolding Benefits The Turner OCTO joint creates a flush top which enables a level working platform which reduces potential gaps in the scaffold platform and trip hazards All joints can be visually inspected and resist vibration due to their tamper resistant design improving the overall safety of the scaffold structure Key Turner OCTO components have been designed to become tamper resistant if required Ease of dismantle and modification is a serious weakness with scaffolding systems in general when compared with traditional tube fitting scaffolds A Turner OCTO scaffold can be upgraded from temporary status to a permanent structure category with the tamper resistant Turner OCTO Locking option Turner OCTO Deck Lock benefits include the tamper resistant system which reduces the risk of theft and unauthorised use Ease of Inspection is also achieved Where statutory inspection is to be maintained the Turner OCTO Deck Lock can be

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  • Turner OCTO® System Scaffolding Support and Design Services Available
    Protection Docking Stations Powered Access StopNocs Turner OCTO Support Services Our commitment to provide safer and more efficient Scaffolding and Access product solutions is backed by a highly experienced research product design and development team With experience in commercial industrial and offshore markets our Design Team can produce bespoke scaffold solutions to meet individual client requirements Bespoke Design Capability The Turner OCTO Scaffold System is used throughout our Contracts Division which is supported by a specialist in house application design department Our Design Engineers and Contracts personnel have been involved in all aspects of System Scaffolding use within a number of industry sectors worldwide including scaffold applications on shore and offshore within the oil and gas industry petrochemical and renewable energy sectors Turner OCTO scaffold designers provide excellent back up support with impressive 2D and 3D drawings in detail Recent projects have included bespoke designs for aircraft docking vehicle maintenance platforms freestanding and mobile scaffold configurations For further information on Turner OCTO bespoke designs please contact us Health Safety Advice Guidance and Training Our in house scaffolding industry experts can provide advice on Health and Safety issues such as Statutory Regulation Compliance including how to achieve best practice in full

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/products/system-scaffolding/turner-octo%C2%AE-support-services.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • Turner OCTO® system scaffolding is the only original system scaffold currently manufactured in the UK.
    Level Access Platforms Collective Passive Fall Protection Docking Stations Powered Access StopNocs Turner OCTO Made In Britain Turner OCTO system scaffolding is the only original system scaffolding currently manufactured in the UK Turner Fabrication Ltd manufacturing facility is based in Glasgow Scotland and is accredited with ISO 9001 2008 and BSOHSAS 18001 2007 All materials and parts used in the manufacture of Turner OCTO are purchased from UK or European sources and all suppliers are either ISO9001 2008 or have been vetted through a rigorous supplier appraisal process The manufacturing facility covers 41000sqft and has external storage facilities suitable for the storing of hot dipped galvanised products in bulk Turner OCTO system scaffolding is made up of a number of main components Standards Horizontals Platforms Beams Brackets Toeboards Base Jacks Structural steel tubing is purchased from UK steel mills and each batch is supplied with the relevant test certification confirming compliance with the steel grade required Volume manufacture of main steel components is produced by two robotic welding cells Welded components are stored ready for hot dip galvanising which is provided by a carefully selected sub contract supplier to meet the requirements of ISO1461 Post galvanising components are inspected final

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/products/system-scaffolding/turner-octo%C2%AE-made-in-britain.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • GuardAid® Positional Tool: The Advanced Guardrail System For Scaffolding
    Scaffolding Advanced Guardrail System Used throughout the Turner Access Contracts Division the GuardAid advanced guardrail system eliminates the risk of fall from height in scaffolding This fall prevention system ensures scaffolders are provided with a safe system of work throughout the erection dismantle and alteration of system scaffolding by positioning and locking into place the scaffolding guardrail ahead of the scaffolder thus never exposing a risk of fall GuardAid enables existing standard scaffold frame components containing pre setting locking mechanisms to fulfil the purpose of an integral advanced guardrail AGR The use of advanced guardrails AGRs in access and scaffolding applications has become widespread to comply with statutory requirements A pan European Work at Height Directive to reduce falls from height identified as the single biggest cause of workplace fatalities and serious injuries brought about the introduction of a hierarchal approach to planning all work at height activity This hierarchy requires work at height to be avoided if possible where this is not possible for risk of fall to be prevented before reliance on mitigation measures Advance guardrails as the name suggests provides guardrails in advance during the erection dismantling and alteration of scaffolding towers and Falsework configurations without the

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