ADC engineers complete SPA Petrol Passport Training.
Last week our ADC engineers: Tom Challinor, Sam Templeton, Stuart Barwise and Matt Parry attended a 2 day SPA Petrol Passport training course at GSS Training in Runcorn. The course gave our engineers the knowledge and expertise to safely carry out work on petrol forecourts around the UK. We are seeing an increasing number of enquiries requiring SPA passport holders as petrol stations seek to improve their access channels and heighten security measures. We are committed to ensuring we can meet the needs and demands of all our customers, as well as ensuring our staff are safe at all times and comfortable in any working environment.
The SPA is the most prominent safety passport awarding body in the UK, offering courses related to a variety of industries. The passport for the petrol industry is run in conjunction with the UKPIA (United Kingdom Petroleum Industry Association). The SPA Safety Passport ensures contractors working on petrol retail forecourts fully understand the risks involved in working in such environments, in particular, the Passport course teaches about the practical issues of identifying potential hazards, safe work practices and controlling a work programme on a petrol station.
Here at ADC, we are committed to a continual training plan for our engineers to ensure they are fully trained and competent to work safely in a variety of industry environments. All 4 engineers passed the training and are now qualified to carry out work on petrol forecourts, including installation, repair and servicing or shop fronts, automatic doors, roller shutters, industrial doors, gates and barriers.
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