sara LBS’ staff are requested to hold certain qualifications in order to ensure that they are kept up to date with safety standards. For instance, their engineering staff are required to carry CSCS qualifications to keep on-site working practices from being dangerous.
The company also provide training up to NVQ level on the 17th edition wiring regulations for their staff. This is complies with relevant legislation as it is pertinent to the 3rd amendments.
sara LBS believes the internal training they offer has significantly improved their specification and installation processes.
With this in mind, they have developed training for end-users to help them identify and fix problems that may occur after their equipment has been installed. This will help keep downtime to a minimum.
The company offer their customers the option of a specified training course to educate the on-site engineering teams on repairs, fault finding and covering maintenance.
A basic level of fault code training is also offered to warehouse managers so maintenance professionals can be briefed over the phone. This is intended to help smaller clients who may not be able to employ an on-site engineering team with the knowledge required.
Additionally, sara LBS believes some training is required to change views within the industry.
Many contractors and architects are unaware of the benefits loading bays have in minimising energy costs and providing warehouse insulation. This prompts them to opt for the cheapest product instead of investing for better quality.
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