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Training

The most effective way of maintaining a high Health and Safety standard is to provide all stakeholders which include staff, volunteers and contract operators with training specific to the needs of CART.

When CART provide training it looks for training which results in the participant receiving a certificate and, therefore, ups the skills of that participant. CART organises the training and charges the participants a nominal change.

A training programme is drawn up at the beginning of each year, which takes into consideration the training needs of all the stake holders.

The type of training provided in 2009 includes:

  • MiDAS or Gluais
  • MEEP
  • First Aid
  • Manual Handling
  • Fire Warden or Fire Extinguisher

Fire Warden Training

Instructor preparing a demonstration on the correct way to use a fire extinguisher.

Sinead Coyle, Clerical Officer with CART putting out a fire during the Fire Warden training.

The First aid training incorprating CPC and AED training. The instructor (Imelda Beagan) is showing a driver (Pat Sheridan) the correct method of CPR.