Spill Response Training

This course includes both theory and practical training elements,

including a wet spill simulation whereby a range of typical spill response products are deployed.  This allows all delegates to asses all spill control methods effectively and advance their skills as first responders or as spill response teams.

The course covers everything that an operative needs to know when dealing with uncontrolled releases of liquids. All sectors include safety, environment, spill prevention, response planning, liquid hazard identification, spill containment and recovery, waste disposal and relevant National legislation are covered.

The course can be tailored to suit an individual organisations needs or for different managerial levels - supervisory or a management level, this may incur additional costs.  


BS OHSAS 18001.                                                                                              

Our course can help organisations demonstrate that they are actively identifying risks to operatives and working at reducing them as required in The 18001 Standard.

ISO 14001 Environmental Management (EMS)                                                       

Quality assurance training can guide you into achieving and maintaining your ISO 14001 qualification and certificate by highlighting that your organisation has the best practices in place to reduce and limit any environmental impacts that may happen should a spill occur, and show that you can prioritise your environment responsibilities.


To book this course or to discuss your requirements further please use the contact page.


First Aid Box

First Aid at Work and Emergency First Aid Courses

First Aid Box

Corridans is an accredited organisation for the delivery of first aid courses there are a wide variety of courses offered which include:

First aid at work: 3 Day course for those needing the full workplace qualification

First aid at work requalification:  2 Day course for those whose First aid at work certificate is due to expire.

Emergency First Aid at Work: 1 Day course for those needing to be first aid qualified

First Aid at Work Annual Refresher: Half Day course recommended for all qualified first aiders. 


Combined FAW & Paediatric: 3 Day course for those needing the full workplace qualification and early years

Paediatric First Aid: 2 Day course for those needing an early years qualification

Emergency Paediatric First Aid: 1 Day course for those needing an early years qualification


Basic Life Support and Safe Use of an Automated External Defibrillator: Half Day course for those requiring a basic understanding and use of AED

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillation: Half Day course in CPR and AED use.

Some of these courses can also count towards a drivers driver cpc please see our driver cpc page for more information. 

To purchase any First Aid equipment please see our online store

First Aid Calculator


How many first aiders of what type are required?

If you would like your own individual report please click on the link opposite First Aid Calculator

Alternatively the following is the HSE standard recommendations.

Every company needs to undertake their own risk assessment to determine the amount of people and equipment required in the workplace. This risk assessment should be renewed every 3 years in line with the qualification duration. The following is the HSE’s guide on suggested numbers of first-aid personnel to be available at all times when staff are at work.

Risk assessment degree of hazard associated with the work activities?

Number of Employees

First-aid personnel need

Low hazard

eg offices, shops, libraries

Less than 25

At least one appointed person


At least one first-aider trained in EFAW

More than 50

At least one first-aider trained in FAW for every 100 employed (or part thereof)

Higher hazard

  • eg light engineering,
  • assembly work,
  • food processing,
  • warehousing,
  • extensive work with dangerous machinery or sharp instruments, construction,
  • chemical manufacture

Less than 5

At least one appointed person


At least one first-aider trained in EFAW or FAW depending on the type of injuries that might occur

More than 50

At least one first-aider trained in FAW for every 50 employed (or part thereof)


If you would like to book a course please use our contact page or open and complete the attached - booking form