Safety and Access have announced that following the stringent CISRS audits this week both of the partnership ventures for international CISRS training in Korea have successfully passed their renewal audits.
Safety and Access (S&A) have been offering scaffolding related training in Korea for around 5 years and the partnership with Safety & Access (Korea) has been one of the most successful in the scheme with around 3000 people receiving training in the the oil and gas industry.
Rick Statham Joint Managing Director of S&A said: “We are really pleased to report they the two centres in Geoje and Ulsan have passed the stringent audit criteria. Both of these locations are very important strategically in relation to the local shipyards. In addition to the successful training programme so far with Samsung Heavy Industries we are pleased to report that we have also secured a significant amount of government funding which we will be offering our clients to shortly.”
Following the accreditation visits several update meetings were arranged with local oil and gas representatives from Shell. Statoil and Chevron to report on the progress of the scheme so far and local availability.
S&A continue to grow their overseas business with training facilities in Nepal, Oman and South Korea along with the two UK centres in Nottingham and Immingham. There also plans for further domestic and international development in 2018.