‘Excellent course’ ‘Very Enlightening’ ‘This excellent course should be rolled out to all in the organisation’
Please forward my thanks for a very informative and interesting day ..lapped up the wealth of information that was disseminated to us and a much more informed view of the Fire Risk Assessment process.
All at the Club were impressed with his professional attitude, his knowledge , expertise and his ability to explain things in plain English rather than technical expressions.
” This course should form part of every safety persons qualification, as it sets the standard for an accident/incident investigation. Well laid out & very well presented course”
The best IOSH course I have attended to date
‘Excellent course. This has provided me with further skills, knowledge & understanding to allow me to undertake the role of a Senior Accident Investigator’
I must congratulate you on your planning and implementation of this years firework event at Brockwell Park. It was the best organised event from a safety perspective that I have ever seen
‘Intense course made extremely enjoyable with a very practical approach using examples from our industry – thank you for all your help’
Always another level, the virtual course was far more interactive than I expected. I have been on a number of Salvus courses, this is the first and not the last virtual one, I hope
Cheers Andrew, thanks for the course and a fantastic presentation, was a real pleasure spending a week in a virtual classroom with you and our colleagues.
RAF Brize Norton DSEAR assessment project
Salvus was engaged to complete DSEAR risk assessments on behalf of the DCRE at Brize Norton.
The initial assessments were completed due in part to the re-organisation as part of the transfer of services from RAF Lyneham.
The project included assessments on a wide scale from the assessment of the ‘base hanger’ through to storage and management of volitile waste product and any dangerous substances and activities in between, including refulling operations air side.
During this period assitance in the design of the new 47th Squadron facilities was also provided to ensure the project meet the requirements of DFRMO not only with DSEAR but also the Fire Safety Systems design and evacuation strategies as the building required a Cert A certificate
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