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ECIC : broker training in Contractor Health and Safety extended to other parts of the UK

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Electrical Contractors’ Insurance Company Ltd (ECIC) Contractors Health and Safety Training Course for key partner brokers  has been launched in Penkridge, Staffordshire and Lymm, Cheshire and will again be run in conjunction with Marc Brocklesby, Risk Management Consultant at OHS Ltd. The aim of the training is to enable attendees to recognise client compliance risk and determine if their Health and Safety management systems reflect good practice.

Marc has over 12 years consultancy experience and an understanding of loss prevention and underwriting having worked within the insurance industry for Norwich Union, Sterling and Holman’s. He is a member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM).  In addition, Marc holds formally recognised qualifications in the management of asbestos and legionella.

Phil Scarrett, Sales & Marketing Director, at ECIC said: “The Contractor Health and Safety Training Course proved popular when we launched it late last year, and we are now happy to say we are extending the training to other parts of the UK.

“Health and Safety is vital in the building services industry and it is something that should be reviewed regularly. The point of this course is to help brokers stay up-to-date with the relevant legislation and also to review with them the risk assessment and management aspects of the Health and Safety legislation faced by their clients.”

The course will also include an overview on:

– Compliance software and management tools for contractors

– Water management

– Asbestos Management (CAR 2012)

– The Fire Safety Order 2005

The Contractors Health and Safety Training courses will be held during February. Delegates participating in the training will receive a certificate acknowledging the training and can claim 4 hours of CPD towards the CII and ABI member CPD schemes.