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Hewden to provide lorry loader training

Lorry loader training

Company approved to deliver ALLMI-accredited lorry loader training courses nationwide

IN response to increased customer demand, Hewden are now approved to deliver Association of Lorry Loader Manufacturers and Importers (ALLMI) accredited training courses.

The ALLMI training programme is designed to meet employers’ and employees’ responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and all other legislation relating to the operation of lorry loaders.

 

The training scheme is supported by the UK’s loader crane manufacturers and importers, and is recognized by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

Tom Wakefield, chief executive officer at ALLMI, said: ‘With Hewden being added to the ALLMI training-provider network, this further enables the promotion and delivery of quality lorry loader training throughout the UK, to the benefit of all operators in the industry.’

Hewden can deliver courses at customer sites anywhere in the UK, or at one of their own nationwide depots, including purpose-built training centres of excellence in Castleford, Dartford and Bristol.

Hewden’s training manager, Danielle Rigby, commented: ‘Delivering courses to our customers is focused around understanding how training and development can enhance performance and productivity, and reduce risks.

‘We are constantly adding new training courses to our portfolio to address our customers’ varying requirements, and we have recently experienced a growing number of requests for ALLMI-accredited courses. This latest development will enable us to continue to support the needs of our customers in their particular working environments.’

Other training courses currently offered by Hewden include: CPCS cranes, NPORS, IPAF, PASMA, SPA and MPQC, NVQs and various health and safety courses including manual handling and first-aid at work.

 

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