Achieve Safety Ltd.

Achieve Safety Ltd.

Achieve Safety Ltd provides health and safety training for working in the utilities sector. We specialise in Energy and Utility Skills courses including the Safety Health and Environmental Awareness Courses for the Water, Gas and Electricity Industry. These are also known as The SHEA Water Passport, the SHEA Gas Passport and the SHEA Power Passport. We also offer regular public National Water Hygiene Courses in Warrington, Cheshire and St Albans, just to the north of London. We can deliver training courses at your premises at a time and date to suit your needs.

Company details

7 Masefield Drive , Warrington , Cheshire WA2 8XH United Kingdom

Locations Served

Business Type:
Training provider
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Water Utilities
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)
Year Founded:
2008
Employees:
1-10
Turnover:
less than 1,000,000 €

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Achieve Safety Ltd was established in 2008 and delivers health, safety and hygiene training courses mainly in England and Wales. We provide a service to all companies small and large, well known companies that we provide training to include ATKINS, GE, Kier and Costain.

The courses that held regularly are:

National Water Hygiene Scheme Training
Safety Health and Environmental Awareness – Gas
Safety Health and Environmental Awareness – Water
Safety Health and Environmental Awareness – Power

It is a small business with a dedicated owner – Peter Bradley, who delivers many of the training courses. Some of the courses are delivered by approved consultants.

He is an experienced trainer who has been in the field of health and safety since 1986 when he moved from the food manufacturing and retail sector to the field of environmental health with Stockport Council. From there he moved full time into health and safety as safety office for Shropshire County Council specialising in highways and transport and management of waste and landfill sites. He joined North West Water in 1990 which later became United Utilities in the role of safety adviser then health and safety manager, advising and supporting right across the business for 18 years including water supply, wastewater, construction projects and electricity transmission and distribution projects. Since 2008 the company has delivered hundreds of training courses and the high degree of customer satisfaction has resulted in many repeated bookings.

He holds these qualifications
Master of Technical Science in Process Safety and Loss Prevention from Sheffield University
Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner – IOSH
Certificate in Education / Diploma in Teaching from the University of Chester, PTLLS, CTLLS and DTLLS.
Accredited Energy and Utility Skills Trainer.