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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Health and Safety

Health and Safety faq, terms and definitions. Reynolds Training Services’ health and safety faqs, terms and definitions has been devised for health and safety committee members, representatives, managers and anyone who is responsible for health and safety in the workplace.

Are there hotels and guesthouses nearby CATCH?2017-04-13T19:16:27+01:00

Yes. The health and safety courses we run at CATCH are non-residential so you’ll need to arrange accommodation.

There are a vast array of hotels and guesthouses across Lincolnshire and the surrounding towns of Grimsby and Cleethorpes.

Got a question about an existing service?2017-04-13T17:58:43+01:00
How do we update our contact details?2017-04-13T18:06:54+01:00
Moving premises? Changing phone numbers? If you have a change in details you’d like to log with Reynolds Training Services simply email admin@reynoldstraining.com 
How secure are my payments?2017-06-15T12:06:36+01:00

Rest assured that all online payments you make to Reynolds Training Services are as secure as the safety services we deliver.

We use the Stripe payment system to add Fort Knox levels of protection when it comes to safeguarding online payments.

Data is encrypted using SSL and, being registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office, means we always abide by the Data Protection Act.

Our registration number is Z2291387.

For any queries about information that we hold about you, please contact admin@reynoldstraining.com

Make contact to request our privacy policy here.

Where is Reynolds Training Services based?2017-07-06T14:43:41+01:00
Reynolds Training Services rests its head at the Centre for the Assessment of Technical Competence.

CATCH, which is based in the industrially-rich region of Stallingborough, provides a safe and authentic site environment with full-scale equipment for experiential learning and development.

From these world-class training facilities we deliver practical, onsite based training to members of the oil and gas industries.

Classrooms, conference facilities and simulated industrial environments make for the perfect setting in which to undertake NEBOSH, PAAVQ-SET, and IOSH accredited qualifications.

Students travel from the surrounding areas of Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Immingham, Hull, Lincoln and the wider UK to partake in training at CATCH.

And, as we’re right next to Humberside Airport, accessing world-class training has never been easier.

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How do I buy an online training course?2017-04-13T18:12:09+01:00

Looking to train online? Getting started is so simple. Register, pick your course then pay via our secure online payment system, Stripe.

What can I expect? Once you’ve made a payment, you’ll be emailed confirmation that it has gone through.

The email will provide a link direct to the course you just bought – the course will show as ‘purchased’ on this page.

From there, it’s time to start learning.

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How much does online training cost?2017-07-06T13:31:37+01:00
Each Reynolds Training Services Online service is priced individually. Simply:
  • Tell us how many people you’d like to undertake the course
  • Tell us which course/courses you’d like them to take
  • We will tell you the exact price

Reynolds Training Services Online offers your business up to 80% savings when training one or more workers compared to face to face training.

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Can you develop bespoke online courses?2017-07-06T13:28:45+01:00
Yes we can. The need for bespoke online training course development is apparent, so Reynolds Training Services Online has been designed to support the introduction of custom courses.

If you have learning requirements specific to your site, just let us know. We can develop a custom online training course to support them and close that safety gap.

We work closely with industry and like to think we’re good listeners. So bring us your ideas. Tell us what online training courses you’d like to see and what will help your site.

This way we can tailor online training to your exact needs.

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Do you deliver online health and safety training?2017-07-06T13:33:43+01:00
Yes we do. Individuals and groups of workers can partake in online health and safety training with our dedicated platform, Reynolds Training Services Online.

The web-based system, which brings convenience to training whilst assuring the high levels of safety your workplace demands, offers a range of oil and gas, fire and occupational safety courses.

All you have to do is turn on your computer, register and start learning.

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Do you deliver health and safety training in Grimsby?2017-04-13T18:19:56+01:00
Yes, we deliver health and safety training, courses and consultancy to the businesses of Grimsby.

Reynolds Training Services’ training facilities are based just on the outskirts of Grimsby at CATCH in Stallingborough.

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Where Can I Take The NEBOSH International Technical Certificate In Oil And Gas Operational Safety?2018-02-13T11:27:45+00:00

Reynolds Training Services runs the NEBOSH International Technical Certificate In Oil And Gas Operational Safety direct at our Lincolnshire-based premises, CATCH.

Students travel from the surrounding areas of Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Immingham, Hull, Lincoln and the wider UK to partake in NEBOSH training with us.

With excellent connections via air, road, train and sea, accessing training has never been easier.

Once school is out, you’ll have this most valuable of oil and gas qualifications on your résumé.

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What is COMAH?2017-04-13T18:27:02+01:00
The Control of Major Accident Hazards – or COMAH – is a set of regulations aimed at reducing the risk to the public from Major Accident Hazard sites.

These sites store hazardous substances such as petrochemical and petroleum products.

COMAH came into force on 1st April 1999, with further revisions in 2005 which saw the implementation of specific EC directives known as the Seveso II Directive.

Theses regulations replaced CIMAH – Control of Industrial Major Accident Hazards – in 1984

Do employers have to provide personal protective equipment?2017-04-13T18:27:58+01:00
Employer are duty bound to provide “suitable” personal protective equipment to employees who may be exposed to a risk to their health or safety while at work.

Are there any exceptions to this rule? Yes, there is one. This is where the risk has been adequately controlled by other means which are equally or more effective.

The regulations relevant to you are enshrined in the Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992.

The accompanying PPE guidance states:

  • Employers should provide appropriate PPE and training in its usage to employees
  • Employees must have the equipment readily available
  • No charge can be issued to workers for the provision of PPE which is used only at work
Who is responsible for fire safety at work?2017-04-13T13:25:25+01:00
As an employer in England and Wales, you are responsible for fire safety in the workplace. This is defined under the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005.

As the ‘responsible person’, you are required to:

  • Carry out and regularly review a fire risk assessment of the premises
  • Tell staff or their representatives about the risks you’ve identified
  • Put in place, and maintain, appropriate fire safety measures
  • Plan for an emergency
  • Provide staff with information, fire safety instruction and training

Fire safety training with Reynolds Training Services helps your business extinguish workplace fire risks by imparting management and staff with essential skills and knowledge

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How do I report an incident?2017-04-13T18:29:39+01:00
The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013, often known as RIDDOR, regulates the statutory obligation to report deaths, injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences. This includes near misses.

If an incident has happened at your workplace:

  • It can be reported online or;
  • Via a telephone service for reporting fatal and major injuries only

Call the Incident Contact Centre on 0845 300 9923 – opening hours Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm.

Do we have to display the new health and safety law poster?2017-04-13T18:30:48+01:00

Employers do indeed have a legal duty under the Health and Safety Information for Employees Regulations to display the approved poster.

To comply, you must:

  • Display the poster in a prominent position in each workplace or;
  • Provide each worker with a copy of the approved leaflet

Download your poster at the Health and Safety Executive’s website

How can I keep up to date with health and safety legislation?2017-04-13T18:31:57+01:00

The Reynolds Training Services publishing team regularly produces high quality news, articles and videos, sharing on this website and social media platforms.

Can you create custom safety courses?2017-07-06T13:35:14+01:00

When it comes to health and safety, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Your site is unique and often requires material developed to its specific needs.

At RTS, our experienced and qualified instructors specialise in crafting custom safety solutions which fit the operational needs of workplaces.

This could be in the form of:

  • Standalone courses
  • Developing a training package to usher in site-wide competency over time
  • Linking your training needs to online training with Reynolds Training Services Online

All bespoke safety training material can be approved by awarding bodies including IOSH and PAAVQ-SET.

Can your safety instructors come to my workplace?2017-07-06T13:37:35+01:00

Yes we can. Whether you require training, courses and/or consultancy, Reynolds Training Services safety services are accessible:

  • Direct at your premises
  • At our world-class training facilities, CATCH
  • Online with our eLearning system, Reynolds Training Services Online