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We’ve been providing the Construction sector with high-quality eLearning for over a decade...

It’s more important than ever that your training supplier understands the changing requirements of your site. Our range of training courses for the Construction sector includes Health & Safety titles such as Asbestos Awareness, Working at Height, LOLER and CDM Regulations – as well as HR Compliance courses like Equality & Diversity, Mental Health in Construction, Bullying & Harassment and many others.

Our courses for construction are approved by the likes of IOSH and RoSPA, and are accredited by the CPD service.

IOSH approved training RoSPA approved training CPD accredited training

Health & Safety courses in Construction

HR Compliance courses in Construction

Business Compliance courses in Construction

Soft Skill courses in Construction

Management courses in Construction

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Our experts

Our team of experts help construction organisations of all sizes work towards compliance with legislation every day. They help make workplace training as straightforward as possible.

I’ve helped hundreds of clients in the Construction sector work towards compliance with our simple training solution. I’ve been able to assist the likes of Bouygues, Mitton Group, Morson International and BASF with mandatory Health & Safety training and important HR compliance courses, all through our high-quality, cost-effective training courses and Learning Management System.

Why is training important?

Relevant legislation

It’s important that you comply with the law and understand the positive impact training can have on your organisation.

All organisations operating within Construction are legally required to adhere to Health and Safety guidelines as set out by the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 (CDM), The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999.

Within these broad guidelines are a plethora of niche health and safety regulations that outline the necessity for both best practice and appropriate training. Some of these include: The Working at Height Regulations 2005, The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005, The Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 1992 and The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005. For more information about how CDM 2015 affects Health and Safey in Construction, take a look at the iHASCO CDM Whitepaper.
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We’ve helped over 10,000 organisations easily work towards legislative compliance. Let us help you too.