Safety & Access is poised to reopen after implementing a raft of COVID-19 safety measures at its UK centres.
The Nottingham and Immingham based scaffolding training provider has developed strict procedures for training including regular temperature checks for all candidates as well as clear guidelines on social distancing, hygiene, and welfare requirements.
The training firm has said it will be taking a limited number of bookings that will commence from the 1st of June. However, due to social distancing requirements, the maximum numbers allowed for each course will be at a significantly reduced level.
Its looking to give priority to its existing customers that had courses postponed during the initial lockdown period first choice for the scheduled training.
The Safety & Access offices are now open with a limited number of staff to deal with outstanding enquiries on qualifications and general requests.
Rick Statham Safety & Access joint Managing Director told ScaffMag: “We are pleased to confirm that we will be offering limited training support for our customers from June at our Nottingham and Immingham training centres. The safety of staff and customers is our highest priority and we have developed and implemented precautions and guidelines to ensure that risks are reduced and are in accordance with government and industry guidelines.
We have received clear intentions from our customers that ongoing training is critical and we are doing our utmost to meet those needs. Due to important social distancing requirements, our candidate numbers will be significantly reduced and we will be working to ensure the best available support service.”
The CISRS registered scaffold training provider has been closed since 24th March.