Health & Safety Training Lecturer
Theo joined ETT in 2008 and works as a Trainer delivering a range of health and safety courses. He takes particular pride in ensuring that the courses he provides are relevant and enjoyable.
Prior to this, he had spent twenty years in the construction industry, mainly in quarry management and was involved with the manufacture of concrete, concrete products and aggregates. More recently he worked as a Health & Safety Consultant and Trainer.
Theo has run a number of half marathons and 10km races and spent a week in the Sahara completing a 100km walk as a fundraiser for Mencap. He has also completed a number of 200km maracycles for charity.
Blog Posts from this Expert
by Theo Duffy on 14 December 2011
With heavy snow and ice affecting many parts of the country today, ETT has some advice for safe winter driving.
The Construction Skills Register scheme ensures that anyone holding a CSR card has undergone basic health and safety training, together with an assessment of his or her skills. So why does this need renewed every four years?
by Theo Duffy on 12 November 2010
Last week was a busy week for ETT on the training front, on Thursday we had a CSR Course while on Friday a Working at Heights Course took place.
I often ask participants to change after a training course. To re-evaluate their work methods and "fix" a bad habit, as it's often a bad habit that leads to an accident, or worse, a fatality.