Safety and access are extremely proud to announce the opening of a brand new CISRS Scaffolding Training facility in South Korea. The centre has gained accreditation for the delivery of scaffolder skills training, scaffold inspection and scaffold supervisory qualifications.
Following the accreditation via independent audit, Scheme Manager Mr David Mosley said; “We are delighted to be able to grant accreditation to Safety and Access as this centre demonstrates the growing popularity and recognition of the CISRS scheme across the globe. We are also thankful to Samsung Heavy Industries for supporting and promoting the overseas scheme”.
Safety and Access have provided CISRS training in the region for almost two years and almost exclusively to their client Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) that operate at the Geoje Island site in the South of the country. The new centre will provide key support training services to Samsung and their scaffolding operations and other clients in the region. Samsung recently presented Safety and Access with a further two year programme of training for CISRS scaffolding qualifications.
The opening of this centre follows recent expansion with the opening of two centres in the Middle East situated in UAE and Qatar to add the the two exiting centres in the UK in Nottingham and North East Lincolnshire.
Joint Managing Director Rick Statham commented; “We recognise and promote only independent CISRS accreditations for scaffolding in the UK and internationally and are extremely proud of this ongoing recognition of our professional and dedicated approach to providing quality training to our clients. We would also like to thank our client Samsung Heavy Industries for investing in the provision of the scheme and we look forward to continuing this service for years to come in the region”
For more information on this and other support services please visit www.safetyaccess.co.uk.
The photograph below shows representatives of Safety and Access (Korea) Samsung Heavy Industries and CISRS outside the brand new facility in Geoje, South Korea.