IED Breaks New Ground

Very proud to announce that IED Training is the UK’s first training provider to qualify to deliver a new health and safety course for businesses developed by #IOSH, the world’s leading body in the field. The NCFE IOSH Level 3 Certificate in Safety and Health for Business provides a business-centred approach to worker protection to

IOSH course delivered to National Express Bus and Coach

Another great day training in the West Midlands with 12 enthusiastic delegates in attendance from National Express Bus and Coach. The final of three days’ delivery of the IOSH-approved Managing Safely course took place at the Perry Barr site and this followed on from recent courses in Birmingham and Wolverhampton. IED provide a wide range

Another successful training delivery to John Clark Motor Group

Another great day training in Perth with the guys from John Clark Motor Group. The final of three days’ delivery of the IOSH-approved Managing Safely course took place at the Pentland Land Rover garage in Perth with managers from the various Volvo, Jaguar, Land Rover and Volkswagen franchises all in attendance. An engaging and positive

IED visit Canary Wharf

IED Training Solutions spent a very positive and informative day at the Canary Wharf Health & Safety Tenant Forum earlier this week. Organised by the Canary Wharf Group PLC, we were invited to present on trauma stress and management at the quarterly event, which was attended by around 60 senior health and safety professionals from

IED deliver presentation at Scone Palace

A fantastic reception and some very positive feedback when we spoke to more than 100 gamekeepers from across Scotland earlier this week. IED Training was invited to attend the prestigious annual Gamekeepers’ Day, which is organised by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC Scotland) to provide an update on changes in the law

Shipowners Security Forum Presentation

IED were delighted to provide a presentation on Trauma Management to members of the Shipowners Security Forum at the K-Line shipping HQ in London. In attendance were company security officers from Chevron, Shell, Torm and BP. Shipping industry employees often operate in an extremely high risk environment and it is vital that organisations have the