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TRAINING COURSES Cope offer health and safety courses on an external basis. See our course programme for open courses. Alternatively if you would like a quotation for an inhouse course please contact our offices. 10% early booking discount if booked 3 months in advance. (see terms when booking)
Places still available on the Emergency First Aid at Work course in Nottingham on 7th June, 2013.
MEMBERS AREA Do you already receive a health and safety service from Cope on a retained contract basis? Are you interested in our Members Area? Speak with your allocated advisor or phone our offices and speak with Jackie. (see testimonials)
From policies, through to risk assessments, site inspections, to specialist work - Local Exhaust Ventilation and Test, Forklift Truck training, MEWP training, First Aid Training, Noise and Dust Assessments, Fixed Electrical Installation Inspection and Test .... etc. If you're not sure we can help, just give us a call to discuss.
A number of FREE seminars for Directors on Responsibilities for Health and Safety are being held on 29th May and 3rd June. If you are interested download the booking form. Seminars are only 1.5 hours and cover recent changes at Health & Safety Executive and Fees for Intervention.
Cope are pleased to be able to offer the facility to download some of our more successful products online.
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Disciplinary Procedures and Dismissals half day course in Boston on 25th June, 2013 - PLACES AVAILABLE. £95 + vat per delegate.
The Children and Families Bill published on 5th February 2013 imposes a new duty on employers to consider ‘in a reasonable manner’ a request to work flexibly from any employee (not just parents and carers, as is currently the case). This is expected to come into force in 2014.