Does your company need improve its health and safety culture procedures? Are you looking for a locally based course offering a recognised qualification, provided by an experienced and qualified tutor?
Lancaster City Council is pleased to be able to offer a full training package for the IOSH Managing Safely Certificate.
Designed to help team leaders, supervisors,managers and heads of department effectively manage their teams’ health and safety, this is an industry recognised qualification delivered in a classroom based environment, providing a structured training session.
As a leading accredited IOSH training provider, Lancaster City Council has delivered IOSH training courses for over six years, helping people to achieve this highly sought after qualification in health and safety.
This course provides a full of step-by-step guidance and has a sharp business focus. The hands on, jargon-free format engages and inspires, and has helped a huge range of businesses to raise standards of health and safety. Having successfully completed the assessments, candidates will be issued with an IOSH Managing Safely Certificate.
- View our IOSH Managing Safety Training Leaflet (pdf, 500kb)
- For an informal, no obligation discussion, call us on 01524 582419 or email email@example.com
About the trainer
Kevin McKay is an experienced health and safety trainer with nearly 20 years' experience. As health and safety advisor for the council's Environmental Services department, he is responsible for training hundreds of employees every year and ensuring safe work practices across a range of different activities including refuse collection, tree felling, street cleaning, repairs and maintenance.
A fully qualified health and safety trainer for IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) Kevin provides IOSH Managing Safely for all Lancaster City Council management, for which he has a 100% pass rate.
He also trains all LCC staff on behalf of Trust Medical (Morecambe) in Emergency First Aid at Work, a 1 day course, and First Aid at Work, which is a 3 day course, for which he has a 100% pass rate.
As a former refuse supervisor, he also has the on the ground practical experience of the importance that good health and safety practices make to an organisation.
This wide-ranging experience, as well as the requisite qualifications and knowledge, makes him the ideal trainer.
- IOSH Health and Safety Diploma
- IOSH Managing Safely and Working Safely
- PTLLS (Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector) Level 3 Award
- Health and Safety Diploma
- City of Guilds Manual Handling Instructor
- Abrasive Wheels Instructor
- RoSPA Gold Driving Assessor
- First Aid Tutor
- First Aid Assessor
- Trailer B+E Assessor
Last updated: 19 January 2018