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Tony Pallot Health & Safety Training, Jersey
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Tony Pallot Training Ltd serves the Channel Islands with the goal to de-mystify health and safety and empower employers and employees to make the correct decisions that prevent loss and suffering. We all need “peace of mind” to ensure we are preventing injuries and complying with our relevant legal obligations.
Insist on training and safety services you can trust.
 
Courses offered;
Reach Truck,
Counterbalance FLT,
Telehandler,
Reach, 
Rough Terrain,
 
Training Information
When deciding what level of training is required it is easy to under / over-estimate the requirement. This can lead to inefficient training and associated costs. It can also lead to expensive accreditation that wasn’t needed. The purpose of this guide is to help clients come to an accurate calculation of their actual training needs
 
 
There are numerous organisations that will accredit training in
every aspect of industry. They all set their own training standards and assessment criteria.
 
 
 
Whilst TPT has been an accredited training provider we do not promote any particular accrediting body. This must be a decision for the client and we will endeavour to meet the training needs of the client in order to achieve the accreditation they want. We work in association with other UK training providers who can facilitate accreditaions such as NPTC and NPORS.
 
 
 
Training & Accreditation, The questions to ask:
 
Do I need to train all my staff?
 
Yes. There is a legal requirement to ensure that anyone who is using equipment for work is suitably and sufficiently trained to use it.
 
 
 
Do I need my training to be accredited?
 
There is no legal requirement to have any accreditation. However, when selecting a training organisation please check out the following:
 
 
 
The training is carried out to a recognised standard and delivered by a registered instructor
That it is sufficient for the scope of the equipment and the task/s being carried out.
The trainer is competent and has evidence of instructional training / assessment.
That a record of the training is kept showing full details of the contents of the training, the date & duration of training, the students & trainers details.
 
 
What accreditation might a customer require?
 
 It is worth while researching whether the accreditation you may require is recognised and accepted on all sites you work on. The preference here is solely on the authority of the employing organisation and their company policy.
 
 
 
Do I need accredited training?
 
It is unlikely. The content of non accredited training is the same as accredited training. Clients can make significant savings on fees paid to be registered on a UK database which my be irrelevant if you work in the channel islands.
 
 
 
Training on your own site
 
Having training carried out on your own site of course has its own advantages but as a responsible training provider we must ensure that the training environment is safe.  We must also ensure that it is suitable and sufficient for the training requirements. It’s no use training a rough terrain lift truck if all we have is a car park to work in! Training often becomes a “spectator sport” and so we must ensure there will be no distractions that undermine the quality of training delivered.
 
 
 
If you require training on your site we will firstly carry out an assessment to ensure it is safe and suitable.
What we will check for is:
 
 
 
Is the training area separated (Cordoned off) from any other work activities?
Is the area large enough to carry out all activities? (We will advise on the size / type of area required)
Are there any proximity hazards (overhead cables, drains etc?).
What ancillary equipment (Loads for lifting, the use of a crane etc) we may need.
Is the equipment we are training with in a safe and serviceable condition? (We may require documentary evidence of its condition / serviceability)
Do we have access to any information or instructions applicable to the training (Such as operator manuals, check sheets etc)
Do we have access to suitable and sufficient welfare facilities?
The location of first aid & emergency equipment, muster points and the emergency procedures.
 
 
 
 
Validity of training
 
 
 
Training should be valid and up to date with current trends, legislative requirements and guidance. This is why refresher training is necessary and not merely operator assessment, which can be confusing.
 
All training providers follow the guidance given by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) where refresher training is recommended between 3 and 5 years.
 
Remember that the decision as to when refresher training is required rests with the employer. Training companies often put an expiry date on their certificates which is nonsense. No operator becomes incompetent to operate a machine at the stroke of midnight on a certain date! The decision on when to carry out refresher training rests with the employer based on judgement and evaluation.
 
The expiry date is a reminder that operators competence need to be evaluated and suitable refresher training potentially planned before 5 years is up.
 
 
 
 
 
Forklift Types Reach Truck, Counterbalance FLT, Telehandler, Reach, Rough Terrain,
Contact No 01534 732276
Website Link Visit Link Here
Email Address tony@safety.je
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distance: 264 Miles
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Forklift Types Reach Truck, Counterbalance FLT, Telehandler, Reach, Rough Terrain,
Contact No 01534 732276
Website Link Visit Link Here
Email Address tony@safety.je
Country
distance: 264 Miles
Address Tony Pallot Health & Safety Training, Jersey
Category , , , , , , , , ,
Keywords        
Tony Pallot Health & Safety Training, Jersey

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