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HEALTH AND SAFETY ADVISORY SERVICE LTD

NAMED AS ONE OF THE COUNTRY'S TOP TRAINING PROVIDERS


Health and Safety Advisory Service Limited (HSAS) has been named as one of the top training providers in the country by the Adult Learning Inspectorate (ALI), the government body responsible for the quality of education and training for adults and young people.  

 

At the launch of his annual report for 2005-06, ALI Chief Inspector David Sherlock named Health and Safety Advisory Service Limited as being one of only 151 organisations to receive “good” or “outstanding” inspection grades for every aspect of its training.

 

David Sherlock said:

 

“I am delighted to be able to name Health and Safety Advisory Service Limited as one of this year’s outstanding providers.  They have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to achieving the very highest standards in the quality of health and safety training they offer. 

 

Learners can be confident that they will receive first-class support to reach their full potential. To be one of the top providers in the country is a tremendous achievement and a great credit to the team at Health and Safety Advisory Service Limited.”

 

Health and Safety Advisory Service Limited’s Managing Director, Geoff Leach said:

 

“It has always been our aim to be recognised as the best provider of health and safety training and consultancy and following a rigorous examination of all aspects of our training by a government agency, to be named as one of the country’s top training providers is great news for our team.”

 

David Sherlock went on to say:

 

“The ultimate aim of inspection is to improve quality standards and ensure young people and adults are getting the best possible education and training. This year we can celebrate a phenomenal improvement in the performance of the learning and skills sector.

 

Learning provision for adults is better, more varied, more closely linked to achieving fulfilment in life and work and more inclusive of our people than ever before. That is the stuff of delight. It should give intense satisfaction to all who have contributed to its realisation, but most of all to the providers themselves.”

 

To read the full report click here