The Site Safety Plus Scheme provides the Building, Civil Engineering and Allied Industries with a framework for training and career development, for all levels of the workforce.
The Scheme recognises a natural progression, from someone new to the industry through to those responsible for managing & supervising construction work.
Starting with a health and safety awareness day to prepare for the Health and Safety Test and progressing to an intermediate level for those about to have supervisory responsibilities. There is then an advanced level for those with management director responsibilities.
The Construction Plant Competence Scheme (CPCS) provides skills cards for the plant sector of the Construction and allied industries. It was launched in 2003 and since then over 300,000 cards have been issued across 64 categories of plant and related occupations. The CPCS Technical Review Group working on behalf of industry continually review and amend the Scheme, in light of on-going Industry feedback, and external factors such as the latest occupational health issues, technology advances and new plant types.
Founded in 1992, NPORS is one of the, if not the UK’s leading accrediting and registration bodies. Working across numerous sectors.
NPORS are a CSCS partner card scheme. Which is open to operators working in any industry. They are independent of any training board or trade association. The scheme supports the training and testing of lift truck operators, mobile plant operators and users of powered work equipment.
Nuco Training is the UK’s leading independent company that offers specialised instructor training in a range of compliance courses including First Aid, Defibrillation, Safeguarding and first aid mental health, Health & Safety, Food Safety, Oxygen Therapy and Immediate management of Anaphylaxis.
Our resources, support and ongoing development and investment in you and your business are of the highest quality.
Nuco Training ltd is an Approved Centre with First Aid Awards Ltd, which is and OFQUAL and SQA Accreditation regulated awarding Organisation. This allows us to offer a range of nationally accredited qualifications in your chosen subject area.
Founded in 1974, the Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association (PASMA), is the recognised focus and authority for mobile access towers. PASMA advances safety, standards and best practice across a wide range of sectors and represents the interests of its members in the UK, South Africa, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
Whatever the need, the association has tower information, facts and expertise to impart at a level to suit everyone – from first time users to major contractors. Independent and self-financing, PASMA shapes and supports the future of the industry through the knowledgeable and enthusiastic involvement of its members. suppliers, specifiers and users.
The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland, often referred to as REHIS, is an independent, self-financing registered Scottish charity whose main objectives are for the benefit of the community to promote the advancement of Environmental Health.
SQA are the national accreditation and awarding body for Scotland. Our purpose is to help people fulfil their potential and maintain standards across Scottish education.
We engage with learners, schools, colleges and training providers across Scotland, the rest of the UK and internationally, to develop, maintain, and improve a framework of qualifications, and to set and maintain standards for many other awarding bodies, and accredited qualifications.
UKATA (the UK Asbestos Training Association) is a leading association dedicated to improving the quality and standards of asbestos training, with the ultimate goal of protecting workers and the public from the risks associated with asbestos exposure.
UKATA are committed to promoting excellence in asbestos training through the development and implementation of high-quality training standards, the provision of best practice guidance, and the promotion of safe and responsible working practices within the asbestos industry.