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The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is Europe’s leading body for health and safety professionals. It has over 34,000 members worldwide, including 13,000 Chartered Safety and Health Practitioners. The Institution was founded in 1945 and is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that sets professional standards and provides authoritative advice and guidance on health and safety issues. Craig Chandler, C&M Training’s lead consultant is a full Chartered Member of IOSH.



The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) is the leading professional body for the waste management sector representing over 7000 individuals in the UK and overseas. Established in 1898, CIWM is a non profit-making organisation, dedicated to the promotion of professional competence amongst waste managers. CIWM seeks to raise standards by producing best practice guidance, developing educational and training initiatives, and providing information on key waste-related issues. Craig Chandler, C&M Training’s lead consultant is a full Chartered Member of CIWM.


Albion Environmental Ltd:

Albion Environmental Ltd is a leading waste management consultancy & SQA/WAMITAB Accredited Training & Assessment Centre based in Ayrshire, Scotland. C&M Training provide peripatetic Assessor & Internal Verification services to Albion on a daily basis.


Qualsafe Awards:    

Qualsafe Awards is a new awarding body established by one of the UK’s leading publishers of educational materials to the safety training industry. They offer accreditation for a range of first aid courses including the HSE First Aid at Work and Emergency First Aid at Work courses. C&M Training is a Qualsafe approved centre for the delivery of accredited first aid qualifications (Centre Approval No. 0904154).


Euro Health Group Consultants:

Euro Health Group (EHG) – is a Danish-based health consultancy firm and not-for-profit group working mainly within the field of healthcare, providing technical assistance and support across the globe. Craig Chandler, C&M Training’s lead consultant is currently providing Waste Management & Training support for their National Healthcare Waste Management Project in Serbia. It’s aims are to develop a plan that is harmonised with EU healthcare waste management regulations, organise training in healthcare waste management for the Ministry of Health and hospitals throughout the country, support health institutions to develop individual waste management plans, develop awareness campaigns for relevant target groups, and supervise the installation of low temperature waste treatment systems and medical waste transport systems for Serbia.


Scottish Qualifications Authority:

The Scottish Qualifications Authority or SQA, is the leading international provider of
qualifications and assessment, accreditation and certification of school,
vocational and other qualifications. C&M Training is an SQA Approved Centre (Centre Number: 3018733).


Institute of Training & Occupational Learning:

The Institute of Training and Occupational Learning (ITOL) is An International Institute and professional body for those specialising in training, development and occupational learning. Craig Chandler, C&M Training’s lead consultant & training manager is a Licentiate Fellow of ITOL.

The Technical Assistance for the Treatment of Healthcare Waste in Serbia Project:

The Technical Assistance for the Treatment of Healthcare Waste in Serbia website was established as a focal point for the communication of activities performed and initiatives undertaken by the EU Funded Healthcare Waste Management project in Serbia. It is an information and education tool for all healthcare professionals. The site is aimed at those who have, or will have, a responsibility for the management of healthcare waste in healthcare institutions both from the state and private sector. Craig Chandler, C&M Training’s lead consultant is currently involved in this project as a Key Expert for Waste Management & Training.


Occupational Safety & Health Consultants Register:

The Government recently accepted the recommendation outlined in the report, ‘Common Sense, Common Safety’ to professionalise health and safety consultants. The report recommended a qualification requirement that all consultants should be accredited to professional bodies and a web-based directory of accredited consultants should be established. The aim of the register is to help businesses find advice on managing their general health and safety risks. The register is only open to those health and safety consultants who have met certain standards within their professional bodies. Craig Chandler, C&M Training’s lead consultant has been vetted and accepted onto the register.


British Association of Dangerous Goods Professionals:

The British Association of Dangerous Goods Professionals (BADGP) is a professional body which exists to promote the safe transport of materials that present risk, by supporting the professionals who work in the business of dangerous goods. It supports the implementation of best practice, the application of sound science whilst seeking to work with government to understand how best to achieve higher standards in the transport of dangerous goods. Craig Chandler, C&M Training’s lead consultant and fully qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA) is a member of BADGP and is fully committed to its aims.


UK Register of Learning Providers:   

The UK Register of Learning Providers (UKRLP) is a ‘one-stop’ portal for use by government departments, agencies, learners, and employers to share key information about learning providers. Since it opened on 1st August 2005, the UKRLP has grown to over 25,000 providers. Each of these has been verified against a recognised external source and has been allocated a UK Provider Reference Number (UKPRN).

C&M Training is registered with the UK Register of Learning Providers (UKPRN 10030679)


Ritchie’s Training Centre:

Ritchie’s Training Centre was established in 1983 and provides training in Logistics and Construction at their state of the art facility in Hobden Street (Glasgow). C&M Training and Ritchie’s have combined to deliver a Driver CPC Emergency First Aid at Work course.


International Institute of Risk & Safety Management:

The International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) was established in 1975 as a professional body for health and safety practitioners. It was created to advance professional standards in accident prevention and occupational health throughout the world. Over the last three decades IIRSM has grown from a collective group of UK health and safety professionals to a thriving International Institute spanning over 70 countries. Craig Chandler, C&M Training’s lead consultant is a Member of IIRSM.


Ayrshire Occupational Health and Safety Group:

The Ayrshire Occupational Health & Safety Group (AOHSG) is a not for profit organisation (affiliated to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), Safety Groups UK and the Scottish Chamber of Safety) that strives to promote good Health, Safety and Welfare practice. It provides advice and guidance to assist local organisations with improving their health and safety performance within the workplace and provides a forum where members can share their experiences of H&S problems and solutions. Membership is represented by a wide range of public and private organisations that are based in and around Ayrshire including C&M Training.



Institute of Leadership & Management:

The Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) is the UK’s largest management body and was founded on the principle that skilled managers and leaders hold the key to creating productive workforces that deliver organisational and economic success.

ILM formed in November 2001 through the merger of the Institute of Supervision and Management (ISM) and NEBS Management (National Examining Board for Supervision & Management). Craig Chandler, C&M Training’s lead consultant and Bob Chandler (associate consultant and trainer) are both Members of ILM.