Last Updated on 18 March 2023 by SA Safety

Here at SA Safety we’re committed to building skills resilience. For us, that means a regular programme of continuing professional development for all of our team members. Using targeted training to build and maintain essential skills means we always provide a best-in-class service to our customers.

As part of our on-going commitment to excellence we recently invested in two weeks of training and skills development for our Rescue Teams. CPD is essential in our business to build skills resilience for a challenging workplace, and we take team training very seriously.

As part of our drive towards building skills resilience the team renewed several essential qualifications including

  • City & Guilds Confined Space High Risk 6150-03
  • City & Guilds Rescue and Recovery 6150-05

These are the industry standard for high-risk confined spaces and an essential in our skills toolkit. In addition, two of our team gained TAQA assessor and IQA assessor qualifications.

Additionally the team went on to gain essential rope access qualifications. ISO 22846 Rope Access level 1 & 2 courses for rope user and rope supervisor are the international standard for rope access in challenging and hard-to-access locations; because we’re SA Safety we also had a lot of fun in the process!

A big thank you to Cal Rose and his team at R&M Utility for delivering the confined space courses! We’re also grateful to Steve Fields from Rescue Specialist Limited for his instruction on the ISO 22846 courses.

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