PSA Training

27th March 2013

New organisation-with over 5,000 excellent course evaluations, PSA Training, Life Matters is second to none for costs, quality and service.

Get the most from your budget and trust the expertise of highly experienced qualified trainers. First Aid training, Food Safety, Health and Safety, Risk Assessing, Personal and Professional Development Social care induction and development programmes Your responsibility As an employer you are required by law to comply with the Health and Safety Executive Council in keeping your workplace a safe place for workers, visitors and customers. Providing First aid training is an important aspect of this. We believe we can offer the best all round service for you. Imagine the consequence if one of your team had a sudden illness or accident and no-one was around to administer first aid or had attended first aid training Have you updated your workplace risk assessments and the dates of your last first aid training course? (seewww.hse.gov.uk) TIP: make a point of regularly checking the accessibility and contents of your first aid box as well as scanning areas for potential risks. Encourage your team to be vigilant and take turns to be a safety representative. On site delivery means that more of your team can benefit from training at times to suit you. Case study Kevin Martin (Health and Safety officer at 'Abbey Stainless' Steel Works) was relieved that his team had recently completed First Aid training. 'We suffered a serious accident on site shortly after the first batch of training which your company delivered earlier in the year. Our employees who were involved and administered the First Aid treatment during the incident all identified the training they had recently received in being a major factor in dealing successfully with an emergency situation.' Kevin says 'PSA training were the most willing to be flexible and meet our needs and the course was excellent as well as great value for money' Food Safety Courses An essential day for anyone who stores prepares or cooks food for others, a level 2 course is tailored to those who work under supervision and a level 3 course for those who manage others. Your responsibility If food is handled, prepared or cooked on your site for consumption, you are legally responsible to ensure that no food can cause ill effects for anyone, staff or customers, (Food Safety Act 1990) Please access www.food.gov.uk/enforcement To access a useful task sheet- www.food.gov.uk/multimedia The FSA (Food Standards Agency) will advise you on a plethora of food related issues and legal requirements. Errors caused by poor personal or environmental hygiene or inadequate cooking times and temperatures can cause death and serious illness. Your business will be halted; reputation in tatters and you will face serious consequences. (Food Safety Act 1990)

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