Landlord course puts employee health and safety in the spotlight | believe housing

Landlord course puts employee health and safety in the spotlight

22 September 2016 - Latest news

A County Durham landlord’s training programme aims to reduce the risk of work-related injury and ill health.Customer Engagement Team 2

Dale & Valley Homes, together with St John Ambulance, is hosting ‘IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) Working Safely’ on Friday, 30 September.

Between 9am and 5pm at Mickle Grove Community Training Hub in Leeholme, this free one-day event will introduce attendees to the importance of health and safety in the workplace.

Kimberley Batey from Dale & Valley Homes said: “This course really shines a light on the importance of health and safety measures in our immediate surroundings, and how it can make a difference to a person’s wellbeing.

“By successfully completing the programme people will be awarded an IOSH accredited certificate, which is a great addition to someone’s CV.”

For more information and to reserve a place call Kimberley on 0746 940 2619 or

Help to attend the course, including transport and free childcare, can be arranged.

For more information on other free training events visit

Photo above: Customer Engagement Team from Dale & Valley Homes

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