We are currently recruiting two new roles within the Lighthouse Team:
A Safety Advisor & Trainer and CITB Tutor
The month of April is a great opportunity to challenge the stigma around stress, reach out to others and to show kindness and empathy to those who are feeling nervous or fearful.Read more
IOSH have created a great infographic highlighting the year of COVID.
The COVID pandemic has changed the world and particularly many peoples experience of work...
NEBOSH launches a new qualification to boost health and safety in construction sector.
It is designed to reflect the highly practical nature of construction, learners will cover a broad range of topics from excavation, demolition and fire to culture, change and psychological health. Everything they need to make a construction site healthier and safer!
All visitors are to arrive wearing a face mask, however during your course, no face masks are needed in the classroom due to sufficient social distancing and ventilation implemented but are required when moving around the building and in communal areas.
In reception we have a contact free thermometer we wish everyone to use upon arrival to ensure your temperature is no higher than 37.8C.
The new certificate is completed in 5 days (plus the open book examination which is carried out online) meaning the course is 20% cheaper than the previous certificate at just £600 plus vat.
Our courses are hybrid, meaning they can either be joined in the classroom or remotely.
STRETCH YOUR LEGS AFTER MONTHS OF LOCKDOWN! COME ALONG TO OUR DAY OF GOLF, ALL IN AID OF CHARITY!
Thursday 1st July 2021
Arrival & Registration: 08.00am
At: Sittingbourne & Milton Regis Golf Club
CITB are offering a free e-course titled Covid-19: Setting up and operating a safe construction site.
Our team here at Lighthouse Safety have completed the course so we're in good stead to assist our clients with the risks of COVID-19 and keeping construction sites as safe as they can be.
A sole trader who operated a construction and demolition waste recycling business has been fined after a worker sustained serious crush injuries when he was struck from behind by a 13.5 tonne excavator.Read more
We carry out regular SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement) accreditation applications on behalf of our clients, some of the main ones being SMAS, CHAS, Safe Contractor and Construction Line. Which one suits your needs the most and which one is most appropriate at the time?Read more