IOSH Managing Safely Course


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First Aider Role and Responsibilities
Emergency Management
Unresponsive Casualty
Responsive Casualty
Breathing Management & Chest Pain
AED Understanding and Operation
Practical Use of the AED
Effective Basic Life Support (CPR) Performance

Delegates will be continuously assessed by the tutor during training. This training is suitable for anyone who may need to use an AED machine or wants to enhance their first aid skills and knowledge.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – Starting from February 11th, all delegates must wear a face covering while inside the training venue, except when eating or drinking. This includes individuals with medical exemptions. If you have any questions regarding this change, please contact our customer service team at 01892 543000.

Understanding the Risks of Working Near Underground Services
Safety Procedures for Evacuation or Ground Work
Following HSG 47 Guidance for Avoiding Danger from Underground Services
Safe and Effective Operation of CAT and Genny
Locating Various Underground Services
Identifying Damaged Cables, Pipes, and Services
Demonstrating Required PPE and Its Importance
Easily Locating Underground Services on a Plan
Updating Plans with Detected Underground Services

Introduction to Cable Avoidance Tools (CAT) and Signal Generators (Gennys)
Safe and Effective Operation of Cable Avoidance Tools
Health and Safety Legislation and HSG 47 Guidance
Working Near or in Underground Services
Detecting Underground Pipes and Cables
Identifying Service Plans (Electricity, Gas, Telecoms, and Water)
Using Ground-Penetrating Radar to Locate Underground Services
Recognizing Damaged and Undamaged Services
Various Types of Utility Services
Creating Comprehensive Plans to Locate Services
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Upon successful completion of this half-day CAT and Genny cable avoidance training, you will receive a certificate of attendance. This course is designed for individuals working in construction, groundwork, or maintenance, especially operators and site supervisors who need to use cable avoidance tools and signal generators for their work.

Identifying Scaffold Components and Equipment
Knowledge of Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
Understanding Work at Height Regulations 2005
Thorough Scaffold Safety Inspection and Reporting
Recognizing Faults and Hazards on Scaffold Structures
Scaffold Requirements in Relation to Ground Conditions and Foundations
Methods of Access and Egress
Key Features and Uses of Scaffold Ties, Working Platforms, Guardrails, Toeboards, and Stability

Introduction to Scaffolding and Scaffolding Terminology
Work at Height Regulations 2005
British, European, and Industry Standards (NASC)
Overview of SG4:10 Fall Arrest Equipment
Tube, Fittings, and Boards
Safe Ladder Access and Egress
Scaffolders Training and Working Methods
Bracing and Tying Scaffolds
Fan Boards and Public Protection
Mobile, Static, and Loading Towers
Birdcage Scaffolds
Beams and Bridging Beams
Various Types of System Scaffolding
Thorough Scaffolding Inspection
Scaffold Tagging Systems
Scaffold Inspection Exercise
Knowledge Test

To pass the CISRS Basic Scaffold Inspection course, you will need to complete both written and practical tests. This course is suitable for managers and supervisors responsible for inspecting scaffolds and completing safety reports in accordance with the Work at Height Regulations 2005. Prior working knowledge of scaffolding is required, and evidence of this must be provided along with the relevant prerequisites.


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