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‘Excellent course. This has provided me with further skills, knowledge & understanding to allow me to undertake the role of a Senior Accident Investigator’
Senior Accident Investigation course 2012

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To meet your needs and to continue  your professional and managerial development, Salvus Consulting is pleased to be able to provide the same, accredited, high quality and tutor led training to enhance your knowledge and understanding of safety, via your laptop and PC.

Our highly interactive and engaging live training sessions have been developed from our face to MS teams logoface programmes and are enhanced by the use of the Zoom platform for up to 15 delegates .   For smaller groups, the virtual training can be delivered on the Microsoft Teams platform, with similar interactive sessions.

We are also pleased to be able to provide open courses via the virtual platforms.

Dates for your Diary – open courses

IOSH Managing Safely (1 day per week) 4.5 days

16th, 23rd, 30th November 2020, 7th & 14th December 2020  – more dates to be added 2021

IOSH Managing Safely (block week) 4.5 days

1st – 4th December 2020 with 10th December half day for IOSH assessments – more dates to be added 2021

IOSH CDM – understanding the regulations  – 1 day

7th October 2020, 26th November 2020, 20th January 2021

IOSH Designing with H&S in mind – 1 day

12th November 2020, 15th December 2020, 2nd February 2021

IOSH Fire Safety Risk Assessment – 2 days

20th / 21st October 2020, 8th / 9th December 2020, 26th / 27th January 2021

IFSM  Construction fire safety coordinators – 1 day

19th November 2020, 17th December 2020, 21st January 2021

IFSM Fire Safety Management – inc technical awareness – 2 days

3rd/4th February 2021, 3rd/4th March 2021

 

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