Hazardous substances come in every conceivable form, and include not only labelled products, but the by-products of work like fumes and dust, and infectious pathogens like legionella and HIV. The law requires that all staff who may come into contact with hazardous substances must receive appropriate training. This Zero Harm Training Course looks at the duties, placed on employers, to manage and control the use or production of substances in the workplace. The training educates on practical ways to address substance-related issues and conduct suitable and substantive assessments of the risk levels posed to individuals within the working environment.
The ICC is located in the heart of Birmingham City Centre and is very easy to get to. Once there, ICC staff will direct you to the ZeroHarm training area.
The Mall and its iconic glass roof provides the link between the north and south side of the convention centre and is a public thoroughfare linking Centenary Square to the Convention Quarter, which includes Brindley Place, the canals, the NIA and other leisure and residential spaces.
ZeroHarm is proud to use the first-class facilities to help construction and building workers stay safe as well as achieve the safety certification that will boost employment opportunity and further careers.
The ICC is located at the hub of the city’s bus network and it is easy to hop on and off clean, modern buses in order to get around. Local bus services are run by Network West Midlands and Travel WM.
The ICC is served by the UK’s largest interchange rail station, Birmingham New Street and also the smaller Five Ways Station. Both stations are a short walk from The ICC. Birmingham New Street has direct and regular services to Birmingham International Railway Station which directly serves Birmingham International Airport and The NEC. It also has three direct services to London Euston every hour, a journey that takes just 80 minutes at peak times.
Birmingham’s two other city centre train stations, Moor St and Snow Hill, are also within quick and easy access of The ICC and directly connected to London Marylebone via an hourly service. Snow Hill is a short walk from The ICC and Moor St. a short taxi drive away offering even greater travel flexibility.
The ICC is located in the centre of the city of Birmingham and is easily accessible by road. Directly connected to the UK’s motorway network, visitors from any direction can travel in using the following motorways: M1, M5, M6, M6 Toll, M40 and M42.
There is abundant, secure multi-storey parking available located within The NIA, which is just a short walk away from The ICC. The NIA is signposted on motorways and major roads and is marked on most road maps.
Birmingham International Airport is one of the best connected airports in Europe. Over 50 airlines operate scheduled and charter services to more than 100 destinations including Europe, North America, the Middle East and the Indian Sub-Continent.
The airport is just 8 miles/13km from the city centre and is directly linked to Birmingham International Railway Station via an Airlink Shuttle. Birmingham International Railway Station operates up to 9 trains an hour to Birmingham City Centre so visitors can go from plane to train to The ICC in minutes