The Safety Maintenance Company is open for training. Classroom course are available along with virtual classroom or eLearning options. Our training centres have additional control measures in place inline with government guidelines. If you would like further information on these measures, please do not hesitate to contract us for further details. – 0113 257 0842 -

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Approved Training Organisation

Carry out your training at our training centres or on your site anywhere in the UK.

If you cant find what you need in the location you need it, please give our team a call and we will be happy to help you with your training needs.

Up to £10k Skills & Training Funding
Did you know:

That you can claim up to £10,000 in skills and training funding if you are a CITB registered business?

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Why Choose Us?

For your safety and maintenance training

We can not only offer you fully accredited training, but we can also look after your company as your health and safety consultant. If you would like more information, please give one of our team a call and we can discuss the services that we can offer you and your business.

Making a Late booking?

Its never too late to book your training, our phone lines are open 24/7.

So if you need to contact us out of ours to book a course or discuss your training needs, we are always available to discuss your requirements. Alternatively, you can book directly on line for one of our open course dates.

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COVID-19 Statement

Posted On : 24/03/20

Posted By : The SMCL

Due to the current COVD-19 situation we have taken the very difficult decision to close our Training Centres as of 5pm Friday 27th March. We have been monitoring the situation closely and we have a duty of care...

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What Does CITB Mean?

Posted On : 12/11/19

Posted By : The SMCL

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) have a very important role to play in the industry. We may have already given away the meaning of CITB, but in today’s post we’ll look at how they support the skills...

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How To Reduce Risks When Working From Height

Posted On : 18/10/19

Posted By : The SMCL

Once again, the latest HSE statistics have shown that working from height remains the most popular cause of work-related injuries and fatal accidents. Working from height dominates the cause-of-fatal-accident chart, so much so that almost one third of...

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