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Competent, Confident and Capable

At Granada we have an uncompromising commitment to the health and safety of all employees and customers.

IOSH Safety Passport

All of our engineers have undergone industry recognised IOSH health and safety training and carry valid IOSH Safety passports. The safety passport is a credit card size identification card outlining a workers health and safety training and is a quick / practical way of confirming a worker’s training credentials. The card not only is a simple way to demonstrate that you value health and safety but is also a simple way to ensure training stays up to date as each passport expires after 3 years. More information can be found on the IOSH website or by downloading this document.

Working at Height and Rescue from Height

All of our engineers receive comprehensive work at height training and have received training for rescue at height by an industry leader in height safety equipment, Tractel.

Official Qualifications

Our electrical technical and mechanical engineers all have attended nationally recognised training courses for their relevant sector by awarding bodies such as Edexcel and City & Guilds to demonstrate their competency within the industry.

Granadas management team are trained in Managing Safely |IOSH|, We also have a number of NEBOSH certificate holders along with Several persons with approved LEEA qualifications.

Additional staff training

Additional staff training courses / certification include:

  • PASMA – The safe use of mobile access towers
  • IPAF – The safe use of mobile elevating work platforms
  • Fork lift truck licences
  • Crane Operator Training
  • Crane Trainer Training
  • Abrasive wheel courses
  • Welding BS287
  • Wire rope inspection
  • CSCS
  • Manual Handling & Ladder Inspection
  • Work at Height
  • Safe Handling of Oxy fuels
  • Safe Slinging Procedures
  • HILTI Training
  • Basic use of fire extinguishers
  • TRACTEL – Lifeline installation


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