This week a number of staff were awarded their Health & Safety certificates at the Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust for completing training. Achievers enjoyed tea and biscuits, whilst Dr Doug Charlton, Director of Nursing & Midwifery congratulated and thanked staff for their efforts.

Mark Cody at presentation event at Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust

Health & Safety delivered at Liverpool Women’s Hospital

Mark Cody, Director of Training Course Solutions, whose Company delivered Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH),  Display Screen Equipment (DSE) for Assessors and Health and Safety awareness training sessions, was also in attendance and kindly sponsored refreshments.

Mark Cody delivers training to Liverpool Womens Hospital
Mark Cody, Director of Training Course Solutions with Tracy Bryning, Health & Safety Manager at the Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust & Ian Hinitt, Director of Estates and Facilities at Liverpool Women’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

The training programme was organised by Tracy Bryning (Health & Safety Manager at the Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust) and was delivered to the Liverpool Women’s Hospital over a 4 week period.

Mark Cody, Director of Training Course Solutions (Training Solutions North West) said it was a great success and Health and Safety is not about ‘ticking boxes’ but more about apply knowledge and skills in the workplace to make it a safe environment for everyone’.

The training was delivered to a number of departments at the hospital including Genetics, Gynaecology, Ante Natal Clinic, Theatres and Estates.

About the Liverpool Women’s Hospital

The Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust as the name suggests, specialise in the health of women and their babies – both within the hospital and out in the community. Collectively the team represents some of the most outstanding expertise and experience in this field. And, as one of only two such specialist trusts in the UK – and the largest women’s hospital of its kind – they are dedicated to people’s care and well-being.

Clinical research is a major part of the Trust’s work. It means the Liverpool Women’s Hospital can continually improve the healthcare they provide to their patients and develop new and improved treatments and medications. Also as a teaching hospital, they work closely with the University of Liverpool to deliver the highest standards of undergraduate and post-graduate medical education and training.