Last night’s Prime Ministerial Address set out a new level of mitigation aimed at addressing the rampant spread of the Covid-19 virus. We accept the responsibility placed on us by the Prime Minister and will do our bit to protect our staff, customers, members of the public and the NHS
With immediate effect, we will be closing our centre to external clients and postponing training for the next three weeks, until the Government review the current guidance and update their advice. We will of course keep you updated as things progress.
We understand that this will impact a number of our clients, partners and learners, but we would like to remind you that both Network Rail (and Sentinel) and the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) are extending all expiring tickets/ competencies whilst we navigate these difficult and unprecedented times.
Those that need to work, and can do so safely, will be able to under these new rules. You can find out more from each respective website:
FACT will continue to offer online e-learning options, which can be completed from home. if you are interested in any online learning,please contact the office for details. The portfolio includes, but is not limited to:
Asbestos Awareness [RoSPA not UKATA]
Working at Height
Online Fire Safety
Working with Ladders
Lone Working Training
Slips, Trips and Falls
Spill Kit Management
Permit to Work
RIDDOR -This online RIDDOR course has been designed to help employers, and those in charge of premises, understand the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 so that they understand how to effectively report accidents and injuries at work. The course covers all aspects of the legislation and provides details of why, when and how a report should be made, detailing which specified injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences require reporting.
Leadership & Management
Mental Health Awareness
…and many more
If you have any concerns or questions, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01303 850186 but please be patient with us, as we will be dealing with a high volume of calls over the next few days