HSE Training and Events
HSE Training and Conferences is unlike any other training provider as their courses are delivered by scientists and health and safety experts who work in research and investigations every day, for the benefit of industry and government. Their training is built around current real-world expertise and is fully aligned with the requirements of the regulator.
They run courses running across the UK, including London and at HSE's purpose-built laboratory in Buxton, Derbyshire. The 129th meeting of the Port Skills and Safety Group will be held at the laboratory and this is an opportunity for PSS members to familiarize themselves with the scientists and experts of the Health and Safety Laboratory as well as the courses that can help in improving the working environment of the ports.
Below is a selection of upcoming courses that will be of particular interest for our members. Click on the links for more in-depth information or conversely you contact them on 01298 218806 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss bespoke solutions for your organisations, arranged either in-house or at the laboratory facilities.
1) PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Essentials
12-13 September, Buxton
HSE is one of the world's leading organisations in the testing and research of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This course will increase your knowledge and understanding of PPE and its limitations, so that you can use PPE as an effective workplace control measure. It will provide training in what a successful PPE programme is, what you need to consider, and what actions are required. The course includes hands-on elements to enhance learning and provide practical skills.
Book for PPE: Essentials
2) Site and Transport Safety
14 September, Buxton
Vehicle movements and loading and unloading vehicles can be some of the most dangerous activities carried out on a site.
This course will help delegates understand the legal requirements of both road traffic law and workplace safety law, how and why things go wrong, and how you can take practicable steps to reduce risk in your business.
Book for Site and Transport Safety
3) DSEAR: Compliance for Managers and Supervisors
19 September, Buxton
This course explains the duties that DSEAR (Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations) places on employers and the actions needed to comply with them. It focuses particularly on the assessment of risks and the application of controls to both minimise and mitigate those risks. Managers and supervisors of process plant and operations, where dangerous substances are used or stored, who need to understand how to manage the risks from dangerous substances within the framework of the DSEAR duties.
4) Occupational Noise Control: reducing or eliminating noise problems
21 September, London
This workshop demonstrates how a large proportion of noise problems can be reduced or eliminated quickly and cheaply using simple engineering source control techniques - often implemented as an extension to normal maintenance. It includes detailed, easily installed solutions to the top 10 most common noise problems that can actually enhance productivity and reduce operating costs.
Book for the Occupational Noise Control Workshop
5) RM3: Understanding and Using the Risk Management Maturity Model
20 – 21 September, London
This updated 2 day course incorporates the newly released RM3 jointly published by HSE and Office of Road and Rail (ORR) in June 2017. This course will provide delegates with a thorough understanding of what makes a good management system and why one is needed; how to use RM³ within their organisation, and how an inspector uses RM³ to assess a business’s risk management arrangements.
Book for the RM3 course
A full list of courses is available on their website: www.hsl.gov.uk/training