Training | For a safer & more efficient work force
With increasing pressures to meet safety and legal requirements, Harsco Infrastructure offers a comprehensive range of services to provide information, support and hassle free training for a safer and more efficient work force.
We offer full support and training to help you understand and implement the latest legal and regulatory guidance that impacts your day-to-day responsibilities and working practices.
Wide variety of courses
Our range of training options includes courses which cover subjects such as safety, working at height, best practice, legislation and can be product specific.
On or off site, our seminars are tailored to you and your staff, satisfying a broad variety of needs. These include courses for:
- Project managers
- Commercial specialists
- Contractors' agents
- Trainees and students
Training to suit your site needs
Although we offer a wide range of courses, there are always situations and requirements that are not covered by off the shelf training courses. We are able to offer bespoke courses to meet specific needs.
Examples of this approach includes courses specifically developed for companies such as Bailey Maintenance, EDF Energy and Middlesex University.
Our commitment to training
We don't "guarantee a pass", we guarantee that all successful candidates have received first class training and are competent and confident in the safe use of the equipment that they have been trained to use.
All of our instructors have been certified to the appropriate levels to instruct in any of the disciplines that they deliver. Our courses are not only delivered to customers, but to internal personnel too, we can't afford accidents on site any more than you can.
Our prices are inclusive of all costs - with no hidden charges. We do not charge extra for certificates, lunch (restricted to our locations) or administrative costs.
For more information, please visit our individual training course pages and enquire.
In 2010 SGB, Hünnebeck, Patent and ESCO joined forces to operate under the new name of Harsco Infrastructure.