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HSE Statistics 2016/2017 »

The HSE have released their annual statistics for 2016/17: Key figures for Great Britain (2016/17) 1.3 million working people suffering from a work-related illness 2,542 mesothelioma deaths due to past asbestos exposures (2015) 137 workers killed at work 609,000 injuries occurred at work according to the Labour Force Survey 70,116 injuries to employees reported under RIDDOR 31.2 million working days lost […]

Should I Be Fit-Testing My Employees? »

Should I Be Fit-Testing My Employees? The simple answer is yes. Where any respiratory protective equipment is used, it must be able to provide protection for its wearer. Incorrectly fitted or sized masks can result in the mask leaking and causing harm to the wearer, rendering the Face Mask ineffective. Fit Testing is a painless […]

The Importance Of Managing Safely on Site »

Managing Health & Safety on Site is of paramount importance. It is the managers responsibility to ensure that all workers on-site are working in a safe manner that doesn’t endanger themselves and the general public. The Management of Health & Safety at work regulations stipulate that Managers should ensure the following are given to employees: […]

The Importance of Pre-use Checks When Using Forklifts »

If you work with forklift trucks in your line of work, its important that a pre-use check is conducted before use. A pre-use check on a forklift truck involves a short inspection whereby components on the forklift truck such as the Hydraulics, Wheels & Steering are checked to make sure they are in safe working […]

CSCS Suspends Recognition of IOSH Working Safely E-Learning Course »

CSCS has announced that they will no longer accept the IOSH Working Safely E-Learning certificate as a route to gaining the CSCS Green Labourers Card. Those that wish to gain a CSCS Green Labourers Card are currently required to achieve the QCF Level 1/ SCQF Level 4 Award ‘Health in Safety Construction Environmet’ or a […]

CSCS Cards: New Rules For Asbestos Operatives »

From the 1st June 2017, all those wishing to apply for the Asbestos Removal Blue Skilled Card will need to achieve a level 2 diploma in the removal of hazardous waste. If you are an existing asbestos removal operative and do not hold this qualification, you will be able to apply for the experienced worker […]

Eastern Region Training in Partnership with Anne Clarke Associates »

We will now be delivering training to the unemployed in partnership with Anne Clarke Associates. The aim of the partnership is to provide the unemployed candidates with skills that they can use to help them gain work. Anne Clarke Associates Ltd are one of the most reputable Private Training Providers within East Anglia. They have been […]

Anglia Business Exhibition 2017 »

Eastern Region Training were delighted to attend this year Anglia Business Exhibition at the Copdock Hotel, Ipswich. The event was once again a fantastic success with over 130 exhibitors and many visitors enjoying the day. We hope everyone had a chance to visit our stand to discuss all things training and treat themselves to some […]

New Venues In Stoke, London and Lincoln »

Due to overwhelming demand we now able  to  provide training across the country. Following a period of substantial growth our natural progression has enabled us to broaden our services. We are pleased to announce that we have tutors based around England meaning there are no limitations as  to where we can train. If you have […]

Anglia Business Exhibition 2017 »

We are delighted to announce that Eastern Region Training will be attending this years Anglia Business Exhibition at Ipswich Hotel on the 10th of May. Supported by the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, The Anglia Business Exhibition attracts over 250 business’s from across East Anglia and over 1500 Visitors. Throughout the day we will be giving […]