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QBE announces health and safety training

23rd January 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Insurer QBE has introduced a new e-learning initiative that aims to offer health and safety training to its clients.

The move may result in more firms adopting warning signs, with the firm announcing that the service will be promoted to brokers as a means of persuading casualty clients to benefit from it.

Areas covered by the initiative include construction, work at height safety, logistics and driver safety.

Mike Barraclough, client risk manager of QBE’s casualty risk management team, said: "We are often asked by clients to recommend an e-learning provider for their health and safety training programmes. This is particularly so for those companies who do not have their own in-house resources."

His comments come after the British Safety Council International Safety Awards 2012 opened this month.

The scheme acts as recognition for firms that have effective health and safety management tactics, and both individual sites and business units are eligible for the awards.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801271435-ADNFCR


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