Our Training Courses
The importance of personal training and development cannot be understated.
Our courses illustrate a health and safety management principle, helps improve understanding and subsequent learning through appreciation.
Compass is accredited to provide training on IOSH courses, in addition to the range of training courses already provided.
What We Do
IOSH Working safely
The IOSH Working safely certificate award is a 1-day basic health and safety course aimed directly at employees, and its basis is the benefit of risk assessment.
IOSH Managing Safely.
The course is ideal for people in organisations who have to manage risk and resources, typically line managers.
An introduction to the hazards presented by asbestos-containing materials. In addition, the course looks at the legal requirements for working with or near asbestos.
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An Introduction to CDM Video Training Course
The purpose of this course is to give a practical summary of the legal duties placed on designers of all disciplines in meeting with their legal CDM 2015 duties as seen through the eyes of a fully experienced Principal Designer.
IOSH Safety, Health and Environment for Construction site Manager Training
IOSH’s globally-delivered Safety, Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers course provides essential knowledge for anyone who oversees or manages safety, health and environmental risks associated with construction activities.
IOSH Working Safely
The IOSH Working safely certificate award is a 1 day basic health and safety course aimed directly at employees, and its basis is the benefit of risk assessment. The course introduces the Employees to the concept of hazard and risk and discusses a variety of common workplace hazards and their associated risks and controls. Employers will get the benefit of a more informed workforce and more likely to assist the Employer in operating safely.
IOSH Managing Safely
The course is ideal for people in organisations who have to manage risk and resources, typically line managers. The aims of the course
The course is made up of 7 core modules and 1 organisation- specific one, which is a
This course offers an introduction to the legal requirements of carrying out risk assessments which is a requirement under the Management of Health and safety at work Regulations, whilst also offering an opportunity to develop awareness of hazards in the work place, recognise levels of risk and the appropriate control measures.
This course offers the participant a general awareness of the legal requirements of the regulations, combined with practical experience for carrying out a manual handling assessment, the nature and types of injuries that can occur through poor lifting and carrying techniques and the correct approach to preventing musculoskeletal injuries and
COSHH (Control of substances hazardous to health regulations)
Participants will gain an insight into the type of chemical hazards that exist in the
Display Screen equipment
PC users and Employers will benefit from this course. The course is structured to identify the legislative requirements of the regulation, and a practical approach to carrying out workstation assessments. Participants will learn about the consequences of inadequate workstations in terms of consequences the mental and physical well-being of users.
Fire and Fire Management
Participants will learn the basic principles of how fire spreads, the classes of fire, and the type of fire extinguishers, including practical demonstrations of fire extinguishers. The requirements of current fire safety legislation and practical guidance as to compliance and hence mitigation of fire risk in the work place.
Construction (Design and Management) Regulations
This course provides an appreciation of the roles and responsibilities of all duty holders, the principles of regulations, and timings of appointments. Explanation and practical advice on selection of duty holders in terms of competency, and the requirements of the Health and safety plan. The course also covers the legislative requirements and duties of each holder for qualifying and non qualifying projects. Management of Contractors
A practical guide to the selection and management of contractors, contractual responsibilities and the legal perspective. Method statements and risk assessments. Health and safety responsibilities, safety incentives and strategies. This course is aimed at those persons who control or manage contractor resource when undertaking work in the occupier’s premise.
Working at height (half day course)
This course has been developed to help those persons or organisations who require working at height. The course introduces the delegate to the new legal requirements of the working at height regulations 2005.
Hand arm vibration
This course is aimed at those persons and organisations that use tools, equipment or working methods which may expose their employees to the hazards of noise and or
The course introduces the delegate to the legal requirements placed upon Employers to minimise risk to health and safety, and then the practical measures that can be applied to measure noise and vibration and the methods which can then be adopted to minimise
Entry into confined spaces (half day course)
This seminar looks at the type of work activities which fall under the category of confined space and then examines the type and nature of the hazards/risks employees may be exposed to and the effective control measures that can be adopted including a hierarchical approach to eliminate risk.
An introduction to the hazards presented by
This course is aimed at those persons who have to manage manufacturing machinery, and the hazards they present. The course identifies the legal requirements on manufacturers, the safety features incorporated into machinery to prevent harm, and the legal responsibilities of the user for safe use , operation and maintenance.