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Updated February 2023


MI TEAM TRAINING is committed to achieving high standards of health, safety and environmental practice. Employees and learners are expected to adhere to this policy in order to achieve these standards.


MIKE IZZARD (FOUNDER) has ultimate responsibility for health and safety within the company.


MI TEAM TRAINING aims to ensure the health and safety of all persons who may be affected by our activities by:

  • Consulting with staff and candidates in matters relating to their own health and safety so that they are aware of any hazards and measures taken to protect against them.

  • Only using venues which are safe and where risks to health are controlled.

  • Managing and maintaining equipment in good working order so that risks to health are controlled.

  • Identifying potential hazards and conducting risk assessments where appropriate in order to minimise further risk.

  • Ensuring that control measures and emergency procedures are in place and effectively monitored and maintained.

  • Keeping up to date with best practice in relation to health and safety and complying with all relevant legislation and authoritative guidance.

  • Including information on relevant health and safety legislation and standards in course syllabus’ where appropriate.

Third Party Training Venues

MI TEAM TRAINING delivers training at  third party venues. Whilst we include H&S information on our booking form, it is expected that they will also have suitable Health & Safety policies and practices in place.

Risk Mitigation

Whilst we expect our employees and learners to follow this Policy we have added further practices which eliminate or minimise the risks so far as reasonably possible.

These steps include:

Pre-course assessment of training venues

Risk assessments (where required)

Clear explanation of emergency procedures

Use of course registers

Safe and healthy working conditions

Regular maintenance and safe storage of training equipment

A common sense approach at all times

Annual review of this policy

Housekeeping session prior to each course

Adjustments made for learners with individual needs

Good Practice culture

Accident Reporting

All accidents and incidents will be recorded by the trainer, those resulting in serious injury will be reported to MIKE IZZARD as well as the delegate’s employer if appropriate/relevant;

All accidents will be investigated by MIKE IZZARD who will  follow RIDDOR procedures when necessary

Fire Safety

Training venues will have clearly marked emergency exits, regular fire alarm testing, appropriate fire extinguishers and clearly identified evacuation procedures and assembly points;

Trainers will inform learners of fire evacuation routes and procedures during course registration (see risk assessment);

Learners will be requested to sign a register at the start of each training session and this register will be checked at designated assembly points;

Failure to Comply

The procedures set out in this policy will be widely promoted and are mandatory for everyone involved with Safe Hands First Aid Training Ltd. Failure to comply with the policy and procedures will be addressed without delay and may ultimately result in dismissal/exclusion from the organisation.

Review of Policy

This policy will be reviewed annually as well as following changes in legislation and/or government guidance or as a result of any other significant change or event.


Health & Safety Policy: About
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