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People Factor Consultants Ltd (PFC), specialists in both technical and non-technical workplace safety and performance, has celebrated a record six months after significant increases in numbers for its electrical safety and human factors courses.

PFC offers a range of highly interactive, City & Guilds accredited electrical safety courses in addition to its range of non-technical, human factors training. In February, the company launched its newest course, HV Systems Operations, which combines eight days’ worth of training into one five-day course and offers operators a flexible, cost effective option for electrical safety training.

Commenting on the company’s success, Brian Crichton, Technical Director, said: ‘Our portfolio of courses is extremely flexible and we have ensured that all courses are developed to meet the current needs of the industry for cost effective training solutions. Even during the toughest times, operators have still acknowledged that we need to avoid complacency with workplace safety and that investment at this time will pay off in terms of safety and performance.

‘Between this year and last we’ve doubled the number of Responsible Electrical Person courses delivered, and numbers for our Electrical Safety and Situation Awareness have increased fivefold over the same period last year. Our HV Switching course, which is now incorporated into our HV Systems Operations course, has proved extremely popular with delegates. We’ve had a significant amount of excellent feedback, with one delegate sharing that he has never undertaken such effective training during his 30 years in the industry.

‘The success of our training courses is testament to our experienced team of specialist trainers and is a reflection of our flexibility in developing the most effective courses which offer delegates a comprehensive understanding of electrical safety.’

As suppliers to a substantial number of the world’s leading oil and gas companies, PFC offers a portfolio of 15 technical and non-technical training courses, many of which are City & Guilds-accredited, as well as providing tailored training and consultancy services to high hazard industries on a worldwide basis. PFC leads the way in ensuring that all industries comprehend the importance of complementary technical and non-technical skills training.

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