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3M Safety Training is perfectly positioned to provide training in fall protection, safe work at height and confined space access/egress in a wide range of industrial sectors.
We offer a comprehensive training portfolio covering many industries and activities. Additionally we recognise that there is a requirement for training which is designed and delivered to meet your specific need for training to include consideration of: activities, equipment, techniques, environments or standards and compliance.
Put simply, our unique facilities offer world-class safety training. Located centrally in Oldham, the site is easily accessible from across the country. Just look at what is available:
• Three telecommunications towers
• 17m working at height training tower
• Confined space training area with 40m of tunnel
• Non-operational 30m wind turbine
• Large rooftop training area
• IRATA and GWO approved training facilities
Whatever you need, we've got it covered.
3M Safety Training is dedicated to making sure our most important goal remains the same as yours; to ensure all your workers come home safely.
The GWO Work at Height and Rescue module is designed to provide wind industry personnel, with the basic skills that will enable them to work safely at height and respond effectively to emergencies. It is designed for personnel working in either the onshore or offshore wind sectors.
This course will provide a solid foundation for those who are new to the telecommunications industry and introduces prospective climbers to work on communications masts and towers.
The training covers the essential legislation, working practices and safety requirements for safe entry to a confined space where the risk assessment has classified the space as low risk. The course also focuses on working as a team and the responsibilities of each team member.
Attendees will be provided with the necessary information and knowledge required to satisfy part of the competency requirements for the statutory inspection of Personal Fall Protection Equipment (PFPE).
Training focuses on equipping the student with the knowledge and skills to be able to demonstrate safe practice and use of specified equipment or techniques to fellow company employees.
This course provides attendees with the practical skills and theoretical information for safe-working on unguarded retaining walls, bridge heads, open culverts and on embankments up to 40 degrees.
This course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the requirements for accessing high bay pickers and storage racking in warehouse, as well as the rescue requirements for them.
This course provides work at height training for workers who are required to use overhead fall arrest lifelines and Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRL) within workshops, maintenance and manufacturing facilities.
This on-site training provides the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to identify the hazards specific to working at height within the construction industry, evaluate the associated risks and implement the appropriate controls to allow the task to be undertaken safely.
The aim of this course is to provide those attending with the practical skills and theoretical information needed to safely access rooftops via a fixed vertical ladder or similar and work using a fixed Horizontal Life Line (HLL’s), and the requirements for rescue from them.
The aim of this course is to provide those attending with the practical skills and theoretical information needed to safely access rooftops via a vertical ladder and to create temporary safety systems to install a permanent HLL and the requirements for rescue from them.
This course is a work at height training for workers who are required to use overhead fall arrest lifelines and Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRL).
This course is aimed at people required to access confined spaces classified as high risk. These can be defined as confined spaces where there is a foreseeable risk from a significant hazard.
This course is for re-qualification of people holding current Confined Space Certification for medium risk.
This course is for the requalification of people holding current Confined Spaces Access certification up to and including High Risk.
For people working in the rigging industry, this course teaches the essential knowledge and practical skills required when carrying out small lifting operations (maximum 150 kg) on a range of structures.
This course aims to provide delegates with the ability to recognise the known hazards associated with working in proximity to radio frequency fields commonly found on rooftops and communications towers.
The Basic Tower Climber and Rescue course introduces techniques and equipment to allow people access to all areas of communications masts and towers, this includes work on open steelwork.
This is a revalidation course for those who work on towers and masts in the telecommunications industry, it will focus on the key information and knowledge required to work safely at height.
The aim of this course is to provide students with key information, knowledge and practical skills which are required to safely access and rescue personnel from Monopole structures.
The GWO Work at Height and Rescue module is designed to provide wind industry personnel with the basic skills that will enable them to work safely at height, and respond effectively to emergencies.
The aim of this course is to provide individuals with the basic manual handling skills, knowledge and practical guidance that will enable them to work in a safe manner in the wind industry.
Global Wind Organisation (GWO) Basic Safety Training (BST) in a single package. The GWO BST forms the basic safety training requirements for anyone working in the wind industry.
The aim of this course is to provide individuals with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to refresh and maintain the required level of competence to: safely access wind turbines using fixed ladders; rescue a colleague from suspension in PFPE; escape from a wind turbine using an auto descender.
The aim of this refresher course is to review and build on previously gained knowledge and skills from BST First Aid so that delegates can administer safe and effective first aid in the wind industry.
The aims of NTBRR module is to review and build on previously gained knowledge and skills from the ART Nacelle, Tower & Basement training as well as working at Heights training through theoretical and practical training.
IRATA Level 2 Technicians are required to operate at a higher level of skill than a Level 1 Technician, therefore those attending this course will be trained in advanced rescue and rope access techniques.
During this course delegates are provided with the essential practical and theoretical information needed to safely use fall protection equipment to access and work on lattice towers and masts.
This course is intended for workers in specialist rescue teams. This 5 day course concentrates on rigging and planning of rope rescues, with a leader controlling a small group of operatives.
The aim of this course is to reduce manual handling injuries at work and will provide those attending with a comprehensive understanding of how to move objects safely, so that the risk of injury or strain is reduced.
Full day course � 9 am to 4 pm
Half day course � 9 am to 1 pm