Cheshire based Health and safety specialists Live for Work have won a string of successful contracts, coinciding with their 10 year anniversary, the launch of new courses and the renewal of Cheshire East Council’s 3 year training contract, making Live for Work the council’s sole provider of accredited First Aid and Health and safety qualifications.
Claire Dalton, who set up Live For Work, following a 12 year career in the airline business says that she “maintains the importance of not just meeting regulatory needs but making health and safety training engaging, relevant and inspirational.”
Live for Work’s new course for senior managers ‘Leading Safely’is about leading from the front with enhanced safety and health practices. This IOSH certificatedcourse aims to improve productivity, increase profits, enhance corporate reputation and strengthen an organisation’s brand in just 5 hours – with additional ongoing support from IOSH. Attendees will be able to benchmark their priorities against global models of safety using relevant case studies for their needs and sector and gain support for their own plans and actions before, during and after the course through the dedicated ‘IOSH for Leaders’ app.
Bronwen MacArthur-Williams, Head of Corporate Health and Safety at Cheshire East Council says: ‘Cheshire East Council will be offering the IOSH Leading Safely Course to its employees and associated organisations as essential learning to re-inforce the value of great health and safety management by senior leaders’.
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