Gate Safe delivers IOSH approved specialist awareness training – in plain English - for installers and any trade associated with automated or manual gates / barrier installations. Recent court cases have highlighted the legal / moral accountability of ANY professional associated with an automated or manual gate / barrier in the event of an accident. Can you afford to take the risk?
Ensure you are equipped to assess whether an automated or manual gate is SAFE and take the Gate Safe training course, developed working together with The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, the world’s biggest professional health and safety member organisation.
Improve your business with Gate Safe Accreditation
To reserve your place on one of our Gate Safe Accreditation training courses, complete the form below and we will get straight back to you. If a course is fully booked, we can keep you on a reserve list should there be a cancellation.
* ECS Health and Safety assessment required along with proof of Gate Safe Aware training, please contact Gate Safe for full details.
Gate Safe introduced Premier Installer membership specifically for larger installer companies, to ensure that Gate Safe best practice was instilled in a significant proportion of the installer work force.
A company which boasts Premier Installer membership is required to have invested in training a minimum of 80% of its employees who are actively involved in the supply / fitting of automated gates.
Premier Installers have an enhanced entry on our postcode map and A-Z search facilities.
GSSC Ltd deliver gate safety training at Hampshire County Council. Following one of the first ever recorded fatal automated gate accidents in 2006 and a number of more recent incidents in the UK, one of Hampshire County Council’s Facilities Managers undertook a Gate Safe Aware training course. The course covered the significant safety risks that an automated gate could pose if it was neither installed nor maintained in line with the correct protocol. The information from the course was used to raise awareness and promote best practice amongst the 350 strong Property Services department and in addition GSSC Ltd delivered a bespoke in-house training session for a team of 10 designers, engineers and facility managers at the council’s offices”. Terry Marshall, Facilities Maintenance Contract Manager, Hampshire County Council
Excellent rating for everything. Would recommend to others
Good delivery. Would recommend to others
Went on course to clarify legislation and the installers liability. Excellent. Would recommend
We’ve been installing gates for some time and wanted to check that this is being done correctly in line with modern regulations. Excellent rating for everything, would recommend to others
Wanted an awareness about safe installations and industry requirements. Excellent. Would recommend
The course was very informative and I learned a lot
We want to do the job correctly and safety is at the forefront of everything that we do. Enjoyed the discussions and access to trainer’s knowledge
The course was presented in plain English and was educational
We wanted to demonstrate our commitment to gate safety to our customers. Enjoyed the level of interaction and the practical nature of the course
We wanted to ensure compliance during the specification process and to be seen to adopt best practice. The course helped us identify some grey areas
I wanted to provide myself – and the company – with a better understanding of gate safety, to enable us to supply the customer with a safe end product
There were conversations on real life gates and problems that we can all relate to. The training focused on identifying the safe way around automated gate problems
The course tutor demonstrated vast experience of the automated gate industry
Enjoyed the practical explanations, course was excellent and just at the correct level to meet my requirements
Kent. CT4 6YE
Working together with Gate Safe
Gate Safe is a registered charity in England and Wales (no 1149261).
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The guidance and recommendations on this website represent our interpretation of advice based on information from HSE, British Standards and relevant UK legislation. It is not a definitive statement and should be used in conjunction with your own risk assessment of the specific site prior to undertaking any works. GSSC Ltd take no responsibility for any works carried out by the Gate Safe Aware Installers or for any installations carried out using the information and advice given on this website. All content, trade marks, downloads and images are copyright Gate Safe GSSC Ltd
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