Our Training

Here are some examples of the training Community Clean has undertaken:

National Highways Sector Scheme - 12D

Temporary Traffic Management for installing, maintaining and removing on urban and rural roads. 12D Static works on single carriageways including all forms of traffic control except multi-phase traffic signals.

This SSD describes the quality management system requirements to be established by organizations for the installation, maintenance and removal of temporary traffic management.


IOSH is Europe's leading body for health and safety professionals and Community Clean now have four Managers certified with IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety & Health). Managing Safely is a course designed to give managers all they need to know to help them promote awareness of health and safety matters in the workplace and ensure that high standards are achieved, and maintained.

Signing, Lighting & Guarding

Our operatives are trained to meet industry standards to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all our employees and those whom they effect. This includes complying with the requirements laid out within Chapter 8, Traffic Signs Manual. This is not a legal requirement but we recognise the principles make the industry a safer place to work.


Our Operations Director, Martin Izzard, has been awarded an ICATS Trainer Certificate by the Institute of Corrosion. As a certificated trainer, Martin is now qualified to train and assess operatives for individual certification. The ICATS scheme is a new comprehensive structured training scheme for the training, certification and registration of industrial surface preparation and coating operatives. It enables us to provide the 'best value' service to maximise coating performance over structure life and to reduce whole life costs.


We now have a NEBOSH (National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health) qualified Health & Safety Officer to ensure we are up to date with all new legislation. 

IPAF MEWPS for Managers

MEWPs for Managers is an essential training programme instructing managers on the responsibilities and knowledge they require to deal with the constantly changing demands related to working at height on site and the use of MEWPs. Community Clean constantly deal with height access challenges and understand the importance of working safely and effectively.

IPAF Mobile Vertical

This course provides training for Scissor lifts and other forms of mobile vertical platforms and Community Clean has had all the operational team leaders complete this training.

IPAF Mobile Boom

This course provides training for Boom lifts and other forms of Mobile boom platforms and Community Clean has had all the operational team leaders complete this training.


All users of mobile aluminium towers are required to have had appropriate training for their safe assembly, alteration or dismantling. This is a requirement of the 2005 Working at Height Regulations. Community Clean sent our operational team leaders on a PASMA course to ensure they met the UK's industry standard for aluminium tower training.


All Community Clean operatives carry CSCS cards (construction skills certificate scheme). CSCS was set up to help the construction industry to improve quality and reduce accidents.

Safety Harness Training

Health and safety legislation requires operatives to wear a full body harness with a short lanyard in ‘boom’ type access platforms (MEWPs). We sent our operational team leaders on a course so they know how to identify and select the correct type of harness, and of its safe inspection and use.

For more information on our training and development commitment to our team please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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