Reynolds Training Services

By The Business Hive | Posted: 8 Jul 2017

A health and safety training provider is expanding its portfolio as businesses across Lincolnshire respond to regulatory requirements.

Reynolds Training Services, which works with brands including BP, Phillips 66 and the University of Hull, are running IOSH Managing Safely from Monday 17th to Thursday 20th July, where managers will be brought up-to-speed with the knowledge and skills needed to tackle workplace health and safety.

NEBOSH National General Certificate, which covers the main legal requirements for UK safety including the identification and control of workplace hazards and the practical application of knowledge, will take place on Monday 14th August. Both courses will run at Reynolds Training Services' base at HCF CATCH,  a leading industrial training facility in Stallingborough.

John Reynolds, Managing Director of Reynolds Training Services, said: “From industrial sites to workplaces, business leaders are responding to the regulatory drive for improved safety and competency. The classrooms, conference facilities and simulated industrial environments at CATCH make for the perfect setting in which to deliver training.”

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