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Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Health and Safety training firm launches in Lancaster

Newly created Lancaster based Lansed Safety Ltd aims to provide businesses with high quality health and safety training.

Owner Chris Hamlett passionately believes that health and safety training isn’t just for big companies. Lots of insurance companies, quality assurance schemes and Local Authorities expect to see that any company they deal with has a positive health and safety culture. These companies could even ask to see any accident, incident or training records. Failure to comply could increase premiums or lose you contracts.

All training courses offered by Lansed Safety are fully accredited through IOSH or Highfield Qualifications and can be delivered both on and off site. Already working with a diverse range of clients, Lansed Safety aims to aid businesses in providing their employees with quality training that is applicable for their business needs, at a reasonable cost.

Chris Hamlett, MD, Lansed Safety said: “Quality health and safety training should be available to everyone since everyone deserves to go home to their families safe and well at the end of their working day.

“We believe a positive health and safety culture is vitally important for every business. At Lansed Safety, we offer customized training to meet the needs of any business, at unrivalled prices. Our personal and tailored approach ensures our clients get a comprehensive training plan, with minimal disruption.”

Chris and his team have already delivered health and safety training in a number of industry sectors, including construction and residential care. They now want to build on their customer base, whilst continuing to improve on their training courses and hope to be at the forefront of health and safety training and services in Lancashire and eventually, the North West of England.

 

 

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