Over the years, UK Safety Network has developed and delivered a wide range of technical and safety courses for a variety of clients. Much of that material is available for use under license for delivering training to your staff or clients.
Presentation and study material is available for:
- IOSH Working Safely
- IOSH Supervising Safely
- IOSH Managing Safely
- Nebosh National General Certificate
- General safety induction
- Manual handling
- Fire safety, including the use of portable extinguishers
- Machinery and work equipment safety
- Display Screen Equipment safety
- Access equipment safety
- 17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations
- Portable Appliance Testing
- Electrical installations and maintenance skills
All of the above material can be customised to display the client organisations name and logo, as well as to suit house styles.
Presentation material can be provided in PowerPoint® or OpenDocument format. Its is possible to convert presentations to overhead transparencies, but it must be born in mind that this is a labour intensive and costly process.
To discuss how you can obtain training materials from UK Safety Network, please contact us:
Dyfed, SA43 1RW
telephone us on: +44 (0)1239 811777
Skype call us using: uksafetynet
Free safety pictures
The following pictures are available for you to download. The pictures shown, whilst remaining the copyright of UK Safety Network, may be downloaded and used free of charge, provided that:
- they may be incorporated into study and reference material but otherwise are not given, sold or transferred, in any way, to a third person. (Third persons may visit this site to download their own copy, free of charge), and
- the source of the image is acknowledged (leaving the copyright/contact details on the pictures will suffice)
If you have pictures that you would like to share will other safety professionals contact the us with the details.
To call up a larger version of the picture shown below, click on the picture and the larger version will be opened in a new window. To save the image, right click on the image and then save it to a folder on your machine.
Battery fire caused by arcing at the crocodile clip connection on one post of the battery during charging.
The fire had spread to neighbouring combustible materials and was only extinguished because it choked itself out.
(NB. File size is 348kB and picture dimensions are 1773 x 1181)
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