Online, July 13, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Norfolk's premier safety training agency, Britannia Safety and Training have launched their brand new website.
Based near Norwich in Norfolk, Britannia offers a wide range of safety training courses to a variety of industries. Whether you're looking for an IPAF training course to deal with any working at height issues, a SMSTS course to train your site managers and foremen about the dangers or hazards on a construction site, or general health and safety consultancy, their new website can provide the answers.
"We are really pleased with the results," says Emily Alger of Britannia Safety Training, "It's a big step in the right direction for us. Customers can now see all of the courses we offer easily and simply - it's simplified the booking process, and the design and layout of the website makes it extremely easy to navigate."
Health and Safety is an issue we commonly see in various forms in the media, and following the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974 it is certainly here to stay. The Act states that all employers have a duty to secure the health, safety and welfare of persons at work while protecting those not at work against potential health and safety hazards caused by those working. Failure to comply with these regulations can lead to serious legal implications, which is why safety training companies, such as Britannia in Norfolk are so important to the industry.
Britannia offer their own brand of safety training experience, and their highly experienced trainers means that participants receive interesting and interactive training courses, tailoring their approach to the individuals on the course - while of course complying to the regulations. One of the trainers jokingly referred to himself as a "poacher turned gamekeeper", they have over 100 years' cumulative experience in the field so they know what they are talking about on both a theoretical, and most importantly practical level. "We know a good training company when we see it. Absolutely superb." says Hilary Hale of Norse Community Services.
The website project was managed by Fountain Partnership, a Norwich based internet marketing firm. Managing director Rebecca Lewis Smith said, "It was really important for us that the new website was easily navigated by the user as Britannia have such a huge number of courses that previously many were buried far within the site. The new design and layout makes it easy to drill down into the courses you require and also makes it easier for the pages to be indexed and found in the search engines."
Britannia's new website can be found at http://www.britanniaits.com