The REHIS Advanced HACCP (Level 4) course which is run in conjunction with Campden BRI is designed to provide knowledge and skills to design and implement food safety management systems based upon the Codex HACCP principles.
REHIS Southern Centre in conjunction with Fife Council and the Health and Safety Executive are holding a Hand Arm Vibration Workshop for Environmental Health Officers and students/trainees are welcome.
Using hand-held power tools can cause hand-arm vibration problems causing significant ill health. This can cause painful and disabling (frequently permanent) disorders of the blood vessels, nerves and joints. Golf clubs, hotels and premises with extensive grounds frequently have very little knowledge or awareness of hand-arm vibration problems.
Due to popular demand, the REHIS Southern Centre are repeating this course which provides an onsite practical exercise to cover repair defect identification and the available powers that EHOs can use to effect repairs, with an emphasis on the Tolerable Standard, Closing and Demolition Orders.
The REHIS Intermediate Train the Presenter course is for anyone who wants to develop practical training skills and/or meet the minimum training requirement for applying to become a REHIS Approved Presenter. Ideally, candidates attending this course already have achieved or are working towards the Diploma in Advanced Food Hygiene (or equivalent) or Health and Safety qualification.