Including Health & Safety, First Aid, Fire
& Confined Space

Empower your team with our full range of courses


First Intervention Training Division delivers all aspects of health and safety training, whether it be at our fully equipped training centre or at clients sites.

With our experienced work force across a wide range of industries, First Intervention pride ourselves in tailoring bespoke courses to suit our client’s requirements still ensuring the course syllabuses are met.

First Intervention Team’s training courses are accredited by numerous awarding bodies including FAIB, City and Guilds and ECITB.

First Intervention has fully qualified instructors and verifiers, so our clients can rest assured they are receiving the most up to date and professional training.

COSHH Awareness

This Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Awareness course raises awareness of the dangers involved in working with hazardous substances. It covers risk assessment, risk reduction measures, legislation and key responsibilities of the individual.

Manual Handling

The Manual Handling course is designed to reduce injuries in the workplace by improving awareness of personal safety within employees. The course meets the necessary legal obligations to train employees in manual handling and risk assessments.

Working at Height

Working at Height Training is specifically designed for a person working at height, ensuring delegates fully understand the safest way to use height safety equipment. We offer a wide range of working at height courses that can be designed for your operatives, supervisors and managers.

Risk Assessment

This one-day course is aimed at those required to conduct or oversee safety and fire safety risk assessments.

CCNSG Safety – Passport recognised by the Petrochemical, Power and Steel industries

This recognised course teaches a basic knowledge of Health & Safety prior to personnel working on site. The Client Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG) offer a Safety Passport for the skills acquired in this 2-day course.