NewGreen – Adding value to our relationship with you
As a valued client of NewGreen we would like to offer you the opportunity to provide free of charge accredited health and safety courses to your residents.
The course we offer is outlined below and is run by our trusted partner, First4Safety. The course is an online course which anyone can take. As a valued customer of new green you will receive xx course credits. Each credit represents one person undertaking the course. We supply the credits and you supply the candidates. Each credit has a unique reference number and is cashed in by by emailing email@example.com. The candidate quotes the reference number and then given access to the course upon the successful completion of the course the resident will receive a nationally recognised certificate.
Who are First4Safety?
First4Safety are an online Health and Safety training Company, specialising in the delivery of IOSH courses. Based in Hertfordshire First4Safety also provide Health and Safety consultancy to a number of local businesses. The lead instructor, Tom Hoey, has a distinguished career as a Health and Safety consultant and instructor. Tom has been working with IOSH for 17 years.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) are Europe’s leading body for individuals with a professional involvement in occupational safety and health. Their training courses and qualifications are recognised throughout industry.
IOSH Working Safely?
This course offers your residents the opportunity to obtain an internationally recognised accreditation which can help them into employment.
An IOSH Working Safely Course is a prerequisite for a CSCS Labourer (Green) Card. CSCS is the leading skills certification scheme within the UK construction industry. Most professional construction sites will look for a CSCS Labourer Card as a minimum requirement to gain access, leading to over 2 million CSCS cards in existence.
An IOSH Working Safely certificate is a internationally recognised and respected certification, and will show an individual to have a good level of Health and Safety training.