Health and Safety training does not need to be mundane or boring. Here at Tersus HSE Training Services we pride ourselves on developing and delivering engaging and insightful training programmes and short courses to ensure that delegates at every level of your company receive and benefit from the appropriate training for their roles and responsibilities.

With a portfolio of over 200 courses for sectors ranging from Construction and Petroleum Retail to Food & Drink and Handling of Asbestos/Hazardous Materials we work with our clients to ensure that they are compliant with legislation and regulations and striving to meet industry best practice in their sector.

The team at Tersus HSE Training Services delivered SPA/UKPIA Petrol Retail Contractor Safety Passport training to over 20,000 contractors in the last 12 months alone. Whether you want the convenience of bringing us in to run a course at your site on your preferred dates or the flexibility to send individuals and small groups on to our extensive schedule of open courses, your access to our expertise is your choice. For our Full Schedule of Open courses please click here.

As a Nationwide provider of UKATA (Category A) Asbestos Awareness training, both face to face in the classroom and via elearning online training, we service the annual requirement of staff at Housing Associations, Public Sector, Electrical Contractors/Electricians, Building Maintenance.

Asbestos Courses

Tersus provides up to the minute asbestos awareness training in accordance with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.

UKATA approved Category A Asbestos Awareness Training courses and training for Non-Licensed Asbestos Removal/handling operatives (including Notifiable Non Licensed Works) can be arranged at your premises, at one of our group’s purpose made Training Centres or you can attend one of our scheduled Open courses are key locations around the country.

Tersus Training Services also offer two BOHS accredited asbestos courses, these are:

BOHS P402 – Asbestos Surveying
BOHS P405 – Management of Asbestos in Buildings

Petrol Retail and Safety Passport Training

Training for PFS Site Staff and Contractors alike, Tersus Training Services support all those who work in the Petrol Retail environment.

We deliver Competent Persons training for those who are responsible for overseeing tanker deliveries, Site Operator training for those in charge of Petrol Filling Stations (PFS) operations, Food Safety (Level 2) training for site staff who prepare and handle food on site, Wetstock management courses to educate site staff on how to identify when 3rd-party monitoring systems indicate that fuel system

CITB (Construction Courses)

The construction industry has seen significant improvements in Health and Safety standards over the last 20 years. Driven by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) sector-specific safety training courses for all levels of construction workers are available to raise awareness and good safety practice on construction sites.

Tersus Training Services offers a wide range of accredited and non-accredited construction related safety courses to help you and your workforce understand the hazards that exist on a construction site. Call us on 01642 680497 to

Working at Height Courses

According to the HSE Working at Height (WaH) remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries. Selecting the correct equipment to complete work at height is undone by not having the appropriate training for that equipment. If you are working on Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWP – ie Cherry Picker, Boom lift, Magic Carpet, Scissor Lift) requiring you to hold an IPAF certificate Tersus Training has you covered.

Our network of courses and partnerships gives you access to the right course, in the right place, at the right place.

Workplace Health & Safety Courses

It is essential for Employers and Employees alike to abide by the Workplace (Health, Safety, and Welfare) Regulations 1992 which covers a wide range of basic health, safety and welfare issues and apply to most workplaces. This acts exempts those involving construction work on construction sites, those in or on a ship, or those below ground at a mine.

Employers ought to understand the regulatory requirements on basic overlooked issues such as ventilation, temperature, lighting, cleanliness, room dimensions, workstations and seating, floor conditions, falls or falling objects, transparent and translucent doors, gates and walls, windows, skylights and ventilators, traffic routes,