DELTA Safety Training has joined the Netherlands WindEnergy Association (NWEA) as a new member. DELTA Safety Training is a specialist in the field of safety training for the Wind sector but also for Onshore, Offshore, Industry, Construction, Transport and Maritime.
After months of hard work, DELTA Safety Training has been officially approved as OPITO training center to provide BOSIET, FOET, CA-EBS and HUET safety training courses.
Timely obtain or extend your VCA diploma with the current multiple choice exam.
Recently there have been reports in many media (De Telegraaf and Algemeen Dagblad newspapers) about the need for drivers to follow an underwater vehicle training.
Every year, approximately 60 people die following from accidents in which a vehicle got into the water.
DELTA Safety Training has a special, practice-oriented course, in which you learn how to act if your car gets into the water. We have a professional training pool, with a simulator that can rotate 180 degrees under water, enabling us to practice various realistic practical scenarios.
DELTA Safety Training has a scoop by being the first training institute to take the new SIR Respiratory Protection B exam (also known as Adembescherming B in Dutch) on Saturday January 7th, 2017. The modern location of DELTA Safety Training now also meets all revised SIR requirements to be allowed to take this exam.
It’s official! DELTA Safety Training is accredited for GWO (Global Wind Organisation) Basic Safety Training.
On Friday August 5, 2016, the NUON Solar Team of the TU Delft was present at DELTA Safety Training in Rotterdam for an extensive teambuilding training as a “kick off” for the 2017 team.
On Friday September 9, 2016, the ILENT (Inspectie Leefomgeving en Transport) inspectorate approved the STCW Basic Safety Training and the STCW Basic Safety Training Refresher, after attending the entire week at the new training center of DELTA Safety Training in Rotterdam. A milestone we are proud of! What can you expect from us?
Scaffolders without a valid certificate or diploma may no longer perform work after January 1, 2017. With the Scaffolding Directive (in Dutch: Richtlijn Steigers), a new training structure (introduced in 2014) will be effective from January 1, 2017. After this date you are not allowed to perform work without a valid personal certificate or diploma which proves your professional competence.