2020 Open Course Programme - see Training Menu
THSA was formed in 2004 by Paul Newstead.
Paul is a health and safety professional holding NEBOSH Diploma and a qualified training instructor. He has had a varied working background from haulage, transport management, engineering through to health and safety, including training for forklift trucks, MEWP and health and safety.
Jackie is a qualified health and safety professional holding NEBOSH Certificate and is a PTLLS instructor/assessor. She has a background in operational administration.
THSA is accredited to provide ITSSAR/ABA forklift truck and MEWP operator training, and nationally recognised RQF first aid training as well as RQF Health and Safety, Manual Handling and Fire Safety training. In addition THSA is licenced to provide IOSH Working Safely and Safety, Health and Environment for Construction Workers courses.
See our Training Courses page for further details, or contact us to discuss your specific requirements.
We provide general health and safety advice to all industry sectors, and have clients in engineering, manufacturing, retail, farming and construction.
Our approach is to demistify health and safety regulations and assist you to identify and manage health and safety within your organisation. We will give you straight forward, common sense advice together with practical recommendations where appropriate.
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HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK ACT 1974
PROVISION AND USE OF WORK EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS 1998 and other regulations ...
Whether you are an employer, or self employed, the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) apply to you. These stipulate that all personnel will receive suitable and sufficient training.
Even without the law, accidents, with lost time, damage to persons, goods and property, all cost money. All too often it is a cost not seen until it is too late.