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CONSTRUCTION TRAINING COURSES

Our Construction related short courses are designed to suit delegates in a variety of Construction related roles.

We run these courses either individually or as a combination to suit the job role of your delegates.

Please see below for more information on the courses contents and upcoming dates.

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OUR CONSTRUCTION TRAINING COURSES

Introduction

The use of abrasive wheel machinery is one of the most hazardous activities in any workplace. The risk of injury through incorrect use or maintenance is extremely high, adequate and quality training can greatly reduce this risk.

Objective

The course will enable the learner with the technical knowledge to understand the process of changing, using and inspecting abrasive wheel machines and the severity of the consequences for not doing so properly.

Intended audience

This qualification is for people anybody who is responsible for selecting, inspecting, mounting or using an abrasive wheel machine as part of the job.

Entry requirements

Learners must be at least 16 years old on the first day of the training. There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning we advise that Learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.

Learning outcomes

  • Legal requirements
  • Hazards arising from machine use
  • Methods of marking
  • Adequate handling, storage and transportation
  • Inspecting and testing
  • Correct balancing
  • Mounting
  • Assemble, dressing and adjustment

Qualification

Abrasive Wheels

Introduction

Every year falls from height are the largest cause of deaths at work. Most of the time these incidents are avoidable, but due to incorrect or lack of training, equipment and supervision they continue. By training your workforce in the correct procedures for working at height you greatly reduce risk to health or life.

Objective

The course will enable the learner with the knowledge to identify then risks of working at heights and understand what types of control measures should be in place to protect their safety.

Intended audience

This qualification is for anybody who may work at height as part of their job. Working at height is defined as the potential to fall from one level to another and has no minimum height. It includes working around holes and fragile roofs.

Entry requirements

Learners must be at least 16 years old on the first day of the training. There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning we advise that Learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.

Learning outcomes

This qualification includes all of the learning outcomes covered in the Emergency First Aid at Work course plus the below outcomes.

  • The Legislation
  • Duties of the employer
  • Duties of the employee
  • Risk assessment
  • Control measures
  • Scaffolding
  • Steps and Ladders

Qualification

Working at Height

Introduction

All types of asbestos are known to cause serious illness in humans. Due to the popularity of the mineral throughout the 19th century you will easily find asbestos in most buildings. This makes it very important to educate workers who may come into contact with asbestos.

Objective

The course will enable the learner with the knowledge of the dangers surrounding asbestos and what type of environment they can most likely expect to come into contact with it. This knowledge will enable the learner to more safely manage the risk posed from asbestos.

Intended audience

This qualification is for anybody who may work in an asbestos containing environment as part of their job. This includes most buildings which were built or renovated before 2000.

Entry requirements

Learners must be at least 16 years old on the first day of the training. There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning we advise that Learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.

Learning outcomes

  • The Legislation
  • Types and properties of asbestos
  • Uses of asbestos and likely locations of asbestos containing materials (ACMS)
  • Risks of asbestos, entry routes into the body and health effects
  • Emergency procedures

Qualification

Asbestos Awareness

Introduction

The misuse of ladders and stepladders are too common a cause of injury in the workplace. Through adequate training on the correct use of this tool the risks surrounding this hardware can be reduced greatly.

Objective

The course will enable the learner with the knowledge to identify and assess when a ladder is suitable for use. It will teach the delegate how to safely manage the risk posed through ladder use and how to maintain equipment correctly.

Intended audience

This qualification is for anybody who may use a ladder or stepladder as part of their job.

Entry requirements

Learners must be at least 16 years old on the first day of the training. There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning we advise that Learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.

Learning outcomes

  • Assess and determine when it’s appropriate to use a ladder or stepladder
  • Correctly locate and safely use ladders & step ladders
  • Hazards in the use of ladders & stepladders
  • Storage & handling of ladders & stepladders Maintenence
  • Maintenance

Qualification

Safe Use of Steps and Ladders

Introduction

Every year falls from height are the largest cause of deaths at work. Most of the time these incidents are avoidable, but due to incorrect or lack of training, equipment and supervision they continue. A safety harness is a control measure which is widely used but comes with it’s own pitfalls, correct training allows the equipment to be used with less risk.

Objective

The course will enable the learner with the knowledge to identify then risks of using harness equipment and what steps should be taken so that is done with lower risk.

Intended audience

This qualification is for anybody who may use a harness as part of their job.

Entry requirements

Learners must be at least 16 years old on the first day of the training. There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning we advise that Learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.

Learning outcomes

  • The Legislation
  • Hazard and risks from use
  • Harness types, fall protection, prevention, restraint and arrest
  • Components of a fall arrest system
  • Storage and maintenance
  • Inspection
  • Rescue and emergency provisions

Qualification

Safe Use of harnesses

TRAINING COURSE CALENDAR

We deliver our training courses from our state of the art training facility in South Liverpool. Visit our Contact Us page for directions.

All of our upcoming training courses can viewed on our events calendar page. If you’re looking for a bespoke or in-house training course delivered to a group of delegates please get in touch with us on 0151 427 1678 to discuss how we can help.

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UPCOMING COURSES

Get in touch today to discuss our next course dates and fees.

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Why Choose Us

    • It is our aim to provide our clients with a personal, practical and hands-on service
    • Achieve realistic objectives which contribute to the business in all areas
    • Embracing new technologies and strategies in the workplace
    • We welcome the introduction of new systems and look forward to assisting our client implement these

What Client’s Say

randr Safety Systems have been so helpful in providing quality and cost effective health and safety training. The feedback from staff has been great and we will continue to work with them to address our training needs going forward.

Rachel McManniman, Liverpool Hope University

randr Safety Systems have provided a consistently excellent service both in terms of the practical advice they have given us, and the quality of their training. They were instrumental in helping us to ensure that safe systems of work were in place when we re-opened the Everyman in 2014.

Victoria Adlard, The Everyman Playhouse

randr Safety Systems have provided us with interesting and engaging training , the content has been specifically tailored to meet our needs.

Valerie McKeown, Liverpool City Council

Oil Salvage has been using randr Safety Systems for advice and guidance for over 10 years. I find their team very accommodating, professional and competent at what they do. They provide an efficient and cost effective service to our business and I look forward to their continued support in the coming years.

Roberto Salamanca, Oil Salvage

I see no reason why BASF should look for any other consultant when randr Safety Systems provide us with a value for money service and invaluable experience on tap.

Jonathon Harbridge, BASF

I am extremely thankful to all the team at randr Safety Systems, and what seriously makes it all extra special, is for the first time I feel I have health & safety people that can relate to our business and challenges and at the same time have a laugh and understanding of life in the real world.

Steven Hesketh, Know Hotels
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