Compliance Solutions

We provide a one-stop cost-effective Health, Safety, Environmental, and Quality Compliance Solution, to Small, Medium and Large-scale businesses.

Our services include Online Certified Training, Live Virtual Training, On-boarding and Learning Management Systems, Auditing Services, Consultancy Services, and a state-of-the-art Contractor Management System, all integrated on one easy-to-use platform.

Consultancy

Food Safety, Health and Safety, Environmental, ISO Certification and Quality Consultancy Services.

Training

Certified Online Food Safety, Health and Safety, and Quality Training Courses.

Auditing

Health and Safety, Environmental, Food Safety, Quality and ISO Auditing Services.

contractor management

Contractor Management systems to suit your business needs.

Scalable Compliance Solutions

Top Professionals a Click away

Our Consultancy Team

Our highly skilled and experienced health and safety, quality, environmental, ISO and quality consultants are committed to providing high-quality services.

Whatever compliance challenges you face, in any organisation, any size in any activity, whether you need one-time advice or our full range of services, our team are ready to work with you to assess your requirements, evaluate options and develop solutions.

Contractor Management  

Contractor management can be challenging for businesses.

If your business engages contractors or sub-contractors, we can help.

Our ‘Compliant Contractor’ management system enables business to gain visibility over all contractors and contract works, and analyse incidents where contractors are involved.  The online system has the flexibility to use across the organisation for effective contractor communication.

Next Generation Learning

 

We utilise the very best in next-generation technology in our training courses. Watch our learning courses come to live with our augmented reality (AR) demonstrations.

Our online training has been developed by industry subject matter and e-learning experts to ensure accurate and educating engaging content.   Each course is presented to learners with interactive content using advanced multi-media e-learning tools, utilising augmented reality, video content, quizzes and gamification.

Augmented Reality Training

Coming Soon

Download for Free

Click here to download our free AR training app from Google Play

3D Comes Alive

Turn any surface into a 3D training Ground

Free Mobile app

Download now from the app store or google play

Interactive Quiz

Take the challenge play now, how far can you get?

Mobile First

Access all your training through our app

Anytime Anywhere

Training where and when you like

 

Online Certified Training, Live Virtual Training, On-boarding and Learning Management Systems, Auditing Services, Consultancy Services, and a state-of-the-art Contractor Management System.

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