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Managing Safety in Maintenance Work
Managing Safety in Maintenance Work


 
The Fee for each seminar includes; all written materials, lunch and refreshments.
Members Rate - Applies for previous delegates/organisations, IOSH, IIRSM, NEBOSH, IEMA and IWFM Members.
Cost: £475.00 Exc VAT
Members Rate: £425.00 Exc VAT

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Course Dates

London 4.6.2020 - Holiday Inn London Kensington High St
Leeds 9.6.2020 - Holiday Inn Leeds Garforth
Birmingham 17.6.2020 - Crowne Plaza Solihull
Manchester 2.7.2020 - Pinewood at Wilmslow


Overview
This course provides delegates with a thorough understanding of the health & safety issues associated with the day-to-day maintenance of buildings and associated facilities, plant and equipment. The course will also cover the management of contractors carrying out maintenance work. The trainer will set out clearly the legal responsibilities of all parties and explore through discussion with delegates the practical application of these.

The course will consider all types of maintenance activities and provide a clear understanding of what work is classified as construction under the CDM 2015 Regulations. Although the main focus is health & safety, the trainer will explain how health & safety controls need to be integrated into an organisation’s core management processes for them to be effective.

On completion of the course, attendees will:
• Understand their legal responsibilities for managing maintenance work.
• Know how to assess the competence of contractors.
• Understand the principles of risk assessment and the transfer of risk to operatives and contractors.
• Be aware of the principal hazards involved in building maintenance.
• Be aware of what Statutory Inspections must be carried out in buildings and facilities.
• Understand the importance of integrating health and safety controls into existing business processes for controlling contractors.
• Have an overview of the CDM regulations and the very specific requirements for managing minor works and maintenance.
• Leave the course with a set of objectives for improving their procedures for managing maintenance activities.

Who should attend?
This course is relevant to Building Owners, Building Managers, Maintenance Managers, Facilities Managers, Health & Safety Managers and anyone else who has responsibility for the management and maintenance of buildings and facilities.