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Free Training Resources Offer Wealth Of Experience In Keeping Maintenance Teams Safe

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Whether it’s implementing safe isolation for the first time or keeping up to date with the latest compliance issues around electrical safety, Martindale Electric has put together everything you need to get started.

The valuable free training resources are based on a wealth of experience in keeping maintenance teams safe when working on or near to electrical plant and equipment.

With approximately 1,000 serious accidents in the workplace each year and 16% of all fatalities linked to electricity, it’s essential to avoid risks from electrical hazards and always ensure compliance with Electricity at Work Regulations.

To get to up to date with the correct procedures required to achieve compliance, Martindale have put together all the information that you need, including details on the equipment and the processes involved, together with some great offers on City & Guilds accredited training.

Following on from the popular Toolbox Talks, which can assist maintenance teams in setting up safe isolation procedures or simply act as a refresher, the latest series of City & Guilds training courses from NAPIT’s Premier Training Academy are ideal for those who want an accredited training programme with practical hands-on experience.

Available at a special price to attendees of toolbox talks and those registered for Martindale training resources, the one day Safe Isolation courses from NAPIT are available at several locations around the UK and include a range of theory subjects and practicals.

Martindale Electric leads the way in helping maintenance and installation teams stay safe. By following a few simple steps it’s easy to minimise the risks from electrical hazards and achieve compliance with Electricity at Work Regulations.

Register today to get free access to essential articles, posters, videos and special rates on practical City & Guilds accredited training around the UK.

For more information, please contact Martindale Electric on 01923 441717

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