Distancing restrictions and our work
Due to the current situation we have obviously not held any classroom training courses recently and will only do so once we are satisfied that there is minimal risk to anyone attending or running the courses. Once the NI Executive eases restrictions on such gatherings we will review each course and venue and update our courses timetable with confirmed courses – places will be limited and measures put in place to ensure the least risk as possible.
The same applies to in-house courses and we will conduct a risk assessment in association with your Health and Safety officer and decide on measures to put in place before agreeing to proceed to a plan.
We can facilitate on-line courses if urgently required, but we prefer to wait until restrictions are eased and deliver courses in a classroom situation since we believe that training in person is best – we can get to know each attendee better, gauge their level of understanding better and adjust our delivery and exercises and examples accordingly to ensure they get the most from the courses.
We can provide advice remotely but as with training we believe it is best to do it in person to develop a better understanding of your business and your needs. We have managed some activity successfully during the restrictions and if you have an urgent request then get in touch and we can discuss a way forward.
Supplier and third party assessments
We have taken part in a number of remote audits recently which went very well and we can perform supplier and third party assessments online, or in person if they are needed urgently and health and safety risk assessments and associated controls are in place.
So if you have an urgent requirement for advice, training or auditing then please get in touch and we can agree a safe way forward