A St John Ambulance training centre in Devon is holding its first health and safety training session for businesses on Tuesday, March 29.
A free networking breakfast will be followed by first aid and health and safety demonstrationsheld at the centre in Sisna Park Road, Plymouth.
Richard Clark, business development manager for St John Ambulance, said: “We know that businesses and other organisations may be trying to keep costs to a minimum due to financial constraints but cutting corners on first aid and health and safety training can put people’s lives at risk.
“We recognise this and want to help them meet their legal obligations which is why we are holding an open morning with these special offers. What makes St John Ambulance different is that all the profit from our commercial training and supplies business directly supports our charitable activities, making a real difference in local communities.’
The courses on offer at the Plymouth centre includes first aid at work, annual refresher, early years and sports first aid along with an array of health and safety related courses.
For more information and to register for the open event contact marketing co-ordinator Helen Quartley on 01278 726768 or by email [email protected]
(from a press release)
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