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Welcome to Apple Group
Leaders in Health and Safety Training Courses

Apple Group is one of the UK's premier suppliers of Health and Safety Training, Consultancy and Personal Protective Equipment. We offer bespoke training courses to suit our client’s needs, whether it is on site at your location, or at one of our training venues.


Injury accidents result in a great deal of pain and suffering for those affected, clearly we must all do what we can to avoid this.


It is a legal requirement to safe guard the health and safety of employees and others that might be affected by your company or organisations working operations.


Accidents at work cost a great deal of money, especially when there has been a serious incident or loss of life, either way the effects are huge for all of those involved, loss of production and income can lead to closure. You must also be aware that there is the risk of prosecution and compensation.


A company, organisation and self employed including employees all play a major part within the workplace, so do not take the risk make sure that all employees have been trained to the highest standard. Employees once you have been trained must not interfere or misuse with any work equipment that has been provided for your health and safety.


Apple Group Training, also provide PPE to all of those who are required to wear it or use as part of their working practice under the Personal Protective Regulations.

Apple Group conforms to:

BS 8454:2006 BS 8454:2006. Code of practice for the delivery of training and education.

  • Latest safety news


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