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The Barn, 110d Movilla Road,
Newtownards, BT23 8RQ

Tel : 028 9182 0503
E-Mail : gillian@chcni.com or pamela@chcni.com

Health & Safety Training and Consultancy Northern Ireland

CSR Health & Safety Training Northern Ireland

Charles Hutchison Consulting is one of Northern Ireland’s leading Health and Safety training and consultancy businesses. We deliver high quality, cost effective Health & Safety Training and provide clear, bespoke and practical health & safety advice and guidance to our clients. CHC is one of the largest suppliers of Construction Skills Register (CSR) training in Northern Ireland and deliver the full range of occupational and management cards.

We are proud to announce we are now NEBOSH approved - General & Construction Certificate Courses - contact the office for dates

1 day CSR Health & Safety Training - 24th November 2017

1 Day CSR Health & Safety Course - Saturday 18th November 2017 in Bangor Book early to avoid disappointment as places are limited

4 Day Site Safety Supervisor Gold Card course Commencing 23rd November 2017 Contact our office to reserve your place.

1 Day Site Safety Supervisor's Refresher's course 17th November 2017

2 Day CITB Temporary Works Co-Ordinator Course 6th & 7th December 2017 in Belfast

Training Courses

CHC is an Approved CSR Training Provider. We are approved by IOSH to deliver a range of management courses. Many of our courses are CITB approved which allow a CITB grant of up to 60% to be recovered if you pay the CITB levy.

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Consultancy

We offer sensible and cost effective Health & Safety advice and guidance provided by our experienced and fully qualified Health & Safety Advisors, so you can be assured your business is in safe hands.

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Management Systems

CHC have many years experience in assisting organisations implement third party accredited management systems such as ISO 9001, 14001, BS 18001 and Safe T Cert.

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CDM Co-Ordination

CHC Provides a CDM co-ordination service to help the construction and engineering industries fulfil their obligations under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007.

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