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Reynolds Training Services Announces £150k Investment in Humber Region

PRESS RELEASE DATE: 1st July, 2019 Non-Embargoed Sector-leading industrial training provider, Reynolds Training Services, is proud to announce an investment of over £150,000 into the Humber area, bringing the latest technology to the Tank Farm and Process Plant at CATCH. The move “massively increases the quality and range of training options that Reynolds can [...]

By |2019-07-01T11:10:45+01:00July 1st, 2019|RTS|Comments Off on Reynolds Training Services Announces £150k Investment in Humber Region

Listen: RTS health and safety interview with BBC Radio Humberside

John Reynolds, managing director of Reynolds Training Services, recently sat down with Andy Comfort of BBC Radio Humberside to thrash out all things health and safety. Speaking from RTS’ headquarters at the industrial training facility CATCH, in Stallingborough, John covers an array of hot topics including regulatory changes and process safety. Listen to the interview [...]

By |2017-07-06T14:30:41+01:00June 29th, 2017|Health and Safety News, In-House News|0 Comments

Expert Examines Economic Benefits Of Offshore Safety

Offshore companies in the North Sea can net huge economic benefits through preventative safety according to industrial training specialist, John Reynolds. The managing director of RTS advised that changes in the subsea sector would help companies avoid a repeat of Piper Alpha or Deepwater Horizon. “The offshore sector has come on leaps and bounds over recent [...]

By |2018-02-01T17:00:29+00:00January 14th, 2014|Health and Safety Articles, Health and Safety News, RTS|0 Comments

Presenting process safety with RTS

CATCH’s resident process safety training expert, John Reynolds, took to the podium this afternoon to deliver insight at the Humber Major Hazards Group’s annual conference. John, the managing director of Reynolds Training Services, presented hot on the heels of other guest speakers from the HSE and HLF, among others. CATCH up with RTS’ process safety [...]

Process safety conference coming to CATCH

With last week’s Humber Chemical Focus event now in the rearview mirror, CATCH is gearing up to host another industry get-together. This time round, the Humber Major Hazards Group will stage its annual conference at the Stallingborough-based training facility. The event - Process Safety & Continuous Improvement - will see a number of industry figureheads [...]

Taking a bespoke approach to health and safety

Why your company should take a bespoke approach to health and safety ... Birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do it. Ella Fitzgerald was, of course, talking about love. Love is one of the few universal truths of daily life. In the business world, one such constant is health and safety. It [...]

By |2018-02-02T13:58:21+00:00April 29th, 2013|Health and Safety Articles|0 Comments

What is a permit to work system?

An effective Permit to Work System often represents the difference between a safe industrial site and one you’d rather steer clear of. Permit to Work Systems forms an integral part of our safe system of work, ensuring risks associated with specific jobs are assessed and controlled before work commences. So: What are the essential features [...]

By |2018-02-01T16:19:37+00:00April 7th, 2013|Health and Safety Articles|0 Comments

To be competent or not to be …?

That is the question RTS director, John Reynolds, will be tackling at this year’s StocExpo conference and exhibition. As the HSE embarks on its review of Competency with a focus on high hazard sites we too, as an industry, must analyse our ability to demonstrate and continually develop Competency. That’s why the health and safety [...]

By |2017-04-05T12:37:18+01:00February 26th, 2013|Competency, Health and Safety Articles, In-House News, RTS|0 Comments

Academy ‘delighted’ to be working with RTS

Reynolds Training Services has been chosen to spearhead production of new process safety training materials, the National Skills Academy Process Industries confirmed today. Neil Smith, skills development director at the Academy, was “delighted” to be working once again with the Lincolnshire-based health and safety company. RTS, a provider of safety training to high hazard industries, [...]

IPAD winner announced

At last week’s Tank Storage Association conference and exhibition in Coventry, one lucky winner walked away with a brand spanking new iPAD2. We can officially announce that individual goes by the name of Julian Waumsley, director of Aquilar Ltd in Horsham, West Sussex. Congratulations ... RTS director, John Reynolds, hands the prize to Mr [...]

By |2018-02-02T13:57:01+00:00September 25th, 2012|Health and Safety Articles, In-House News, Uncategorized|0 Comments