“It only takes a day to learn how to save someone’s life but the knowledge can last a lifetime,” says Jeremy Sleet, founder of Health and Safety company No Accident, which recently based itself at the prestigious Plymouth Science Park.
Jeremy has taught First Aid to more than 500 people over the past three years and his courses can cover a vast area of topics – from ensuring safety on building sites and offices through to providing basic first aid training.
“Health and Safety is important,” says Jeremy. “As a direct result of attending the course, people have taken away a raft of information to implement safer systems in their workplace.”
Finding someone who is fully qualified, certificated and has years of experience in the field of Health and Safety is crucial to ensure you are taught to the correct, and appropriate, standard.
Jeremy is trained to the highest level to ensure his fully accredited courses provide each attendee with a certificate of proficiency in their chosen area of training.
It means that No Accident, or N/A, can provide a wide range of training packages – everything from gaining a Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Practice through to the IOSH Managing Safety three-day course.
Jeremy also provides the essential one-day Level 2 training events (which can provide basic skills for Health and Safety in the workplace, manual handling or fire safety).
The scope of the First Aid courses can cover one-day of intensive training, which’ll provide the basic skills required to save someone’s life, through to the more in-depth Level 3 Award for First Aid at Work.
This allows greater scope for people to further develop their skills and gain a more in-depth knowledge on how to provide assistance in the case of someone having a heart attack through to a variety of other emergencies, including the treatment of fractures, burns and chest injuries.
Jeremy is also qualified to train people in pediatric first aid – something which can be very beneficial for teachers and people qualified to work with children. It can also be vital for the family.
“Knowing what to do in an emergency is crucial as most of the people who put into practice what they’ve learnt will do so at home and, in all likelihood, will perform first aid on a member of their family.”
The decision to locate the company at Plymouth Science Park was based on its excellent facilities which include ample car parking, meeting rooms and Bistro (complete with its pond overlooking woodland).
“Plymouth Science Park was highly recommended to us and its prestigious address, together with its forward-thinking attitude, has ensured our confidence for establishing and continuing our business growth.”
To find out more, visit: https://www.noaccident.co.uk