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Another new welfare van has joined our fleet

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Another new welfare van has joined our fleet! It’s just been signwritten and is already out on site being put to use. Providing both comfort and safety to our workers our new van has full welfare facilities including tow bars, rear beacons, heating, a microwave, a hot water tap (who want’s a cuppa?) and hot […]

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Civil Safety Training & Rescue achieves CITB Approved Training Organisation status

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Civil Safety Training & Rescue is proud to be a CITB Approved Training Organisation (ATO). This means we have successfully completed CITB’s approval process and are an organisation which provides training courses and qualifications to a defined and industry agreed training standard. This also means that levy-registered employers can claim grants on our following training […]

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Civil Safety Training & Rescue is an approved service & repair centre for RIDGEGEAR equipment

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Civil Safety Training & Rescue is proud to be an approved service & repair centre for RIDGEGEAR products. Our service technicians Aaron and Abolaji are fully trained to service and repair the following RIDGEGEAR equipment: RGA26 RGA2 RGA3 RGA4(H) RIDGEGEAR is one of the UK’s leading height safety equipment manufacturers extensively testing all its products to […]

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Civil Safety Training & Rescue secures SafeContractor Accreditation for another year!

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Civil Safety Training & Rescue SafeContractor Approved

Civil Safety Training & Rescue is delighted to announce that we’ve secured SafeContractor accreditation for another year! Regarded as one of the UK’s leading health and safety schemes, our SafeContractor accreditation recognises our commitment to achieving excellence in health, safety and wellbeing. To maintain our accreditation for another year, we underwent a thorough audit which examined […]

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What Is A Method Statement And How Is It Used?

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A method statement is a health and safety document that organisations use for high-risk work. Usually accompanying a risk assessment, a method statement is like a set of instructions for how work will be carried out safely and legally, which can give you an edge when pitching for projects. But they’re primarily for the safety […]

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Business As Usual At Civil Safety Training & Rescue

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Our Continuity Plan   During this uncertain time we would like to reassure you that Civil Safety Training & Rescue is committed to the safety of our customers, training delegates and employees and to the continuity of our business operations.   Opening Hours Our office, training premises and depots will remain open for business as […]

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New Road And Street Works Training Provided At Our Ramsey Site

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Civil Safety Training and Rescue - New Road And Street Works Training Provided At Our Ramsey Site

Civil Safety Training & Rescue is a specialist provider of New Road and Street Works training courses and from April, we will regularly run the new Signing Lighting & Guarding and more extensive Monitoring Signing Lighting & Guarding training courses from our Ramsey depot in Cambridgeshire.   Delegates can choose to complete either 6167-102 SLG […]