Client Feedback

Training is at the heart of Spiers’ approach to improving industry awareness and competencies. We want to support new and existing clients in developing and maintaining their competencies in house. In order to provide this support we are running regular Machine Safety Training and workshops.

Whitehall Printing Company

"It was very useful to learn that the definition of ‘reasonably foreseeable misuse’ includes any reported misuse within the industry. Warren is a very good speaker; extremely knowledgeable and informative. I thoroughly enjoyed the session."

Sarah Bendon - Health, Safety, Environment, Quality and Welfare Officer, Whitehall Printing Company

Kelloggs

"The knowledge learnt from this workshop will help me to get more involved with PUWER assessments and give me a better understanding of challenging machine safety issues. Warren was friendly, knowledgeable and helpful"

Nathan Whitney - SHE Advisor, Kelloggs

Dyson Ltd

"Thank you so much for the training, it was really useful, I feel we got a really good comprehensive explanation of CE, PUWER and generally the standards which are applicable in our daily work. We got a good understanding on the matter of declaration of CE on our machinery and on which way to investigate further to improve our processes"

Balint Koszta - Design Rig Engineer, Dyson Ltd

Greggs PLC

"Attending this workshop has given me a much better understanding of machine safety in general. Excellent delivery & brilliant understanding of all things safety related"

Steve Chance - Engineering Manager, Greggs PLC

Greencore, Evercreech

"The Guarding topic was particularly useful. This is really valuable when risk assessing food and standard equipment. The delivery was superb! It was well related to H&S standards which I’m interested in."

David Brady, H&S Manager, Greencore, Evercreech

Halo Foods

"The one thing I will take away from this workshop is that I will be more confident in challenging different departments. I liked that the session was open to chat and not watching PowerPoint slides"

Danielle Kay - HSE Manager, Halo Foods