Britannia Safety and Training is joining the growing band of local businesses supporting the augural Norfolk Day on the 27th July.
The owner and current MD of the company Colin Wright was born and bred in the county and established his successful training company in Wymondham 20 years ago.
A keen supporter of local charities and keen to give something back to the local community on the 27th July, Britannia will be hosting a day at their head office for representatives from local charities. 12 lucky attendees will participate in a free Emergency First Aid at work training workshop and during the day will be treated to lunch as part of the offer. Britannia hope to host 12 different organisations on the day, saving each charity the cost of mandatory first aid requirements in the workplace.
“We at Britannia are pleased to offer this opportunity to the charitable sector. Living and working in Norfolk I have met many doing such good work for others in need, so what better way to celebrate Norfolk Day than to give something back to those who give so much”
Britannia’s Operations Manager Steve Cook will be delivering the Emergency First Aid at Work one day training course for invited Norfolk Charities as part of the Norfolk Day celebration.
Steve said, “as a leading Health & Safety provider with a strong Norfolk heritage it is nice to give something back to our local charity base. The Emergency First Aid at Work course meets the regulatory requirements if your risk assessment indicates that first aid training covering emergency protocols only, is sufficient for your workplace”.
The course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid and is especially suited for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments. Delegates who successfully pass the training day and written assessment will receive an Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate. Valid for 3 years this course is accredited by Pro Trainings.