Futures Supplies is committed to the continual training and development of its team, especially when it comes to Health and Safety.
We are delighted that our Warehouse Manager, David Wilder and Office Manager, Andy Hills recently completed their refresher first aid training with St John Ambulance and both have passed with flying colours.The course was a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical sessions designed to develop
The course was a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical sessions designed to develop ability and importantly build practical confidence.
St John Ambulance is the nation’s leading first aid charity and has been has been saving lives since 1877. Every year, more than 400,000 people learn how to save a life through their training programmes. Constantly campaigning to raise awareness of first aid and directly educate the public, their volunteers provide first aid in the community, keeping people safe at events and working alongside the NHS in response to 999 calls.
You can find out more about St John Ambulance and their valuable work at www.sja.org.uk
We want your customer experience to be a positive one from placing your order through to its arrival, therefore along with customer service training all our drivers are provided with external driver training.
This ensures our drivers develop greater hazard awareness and risk perception skills reducing the driver’s vulnerability to accidents and the risk of personal injury or damage.
In-vehicle driver training is universally recognised as the single most effective way to reduce driver related incidents ensuring your delivery arrives safely and with a smile every time.
Did you know the Health & Safety Executives website provides practical advice and Guidance on the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations? You can find information on what the law requires, advice on completing COSHH assessments and a handy e-tool to help you carry out assessments.
COSHH Essentials provides advice on controlling the use of chemicals for a range of common tasks and sets out basic advice on what to do to control exposure to hazardous substances in the workplace. It takes the form of straightforward advice in ‘factsheets’ called ‘control guidance sheets’. There are two types of sheets, industry-specific ‘direct advice sheets’ and ‘generic control guidance sheets’.
The handy e-tool provided prompts you through a number of steps. It asks you for information about your tasks and chemicals and to enter some basic information about the substance you are using before directing you to the most appropriate control guidance sheet.
You can find the COSHH e-tool and carry out an assessment by following this link http://www.hse.gov.uk/coshh/essentials/