Hunter Training has provided Coca-Cola European Partners with construction safety management, consultancy and training delivery across a number of sites in the UK and Europe.
The team has continually provided training for this client, or procured external trainers, in order to deliver tailored packages, befitting to Coca-Cola European Partners standards and practices. This ensures all training is able to fit into the relevant internal processes.
Hunter Training has developed a deep understanding of the business in order to tailor packages specifically, as well as providing great value for money, by acting as a one-stop shop provider.
Hunter Safety Solutions continues to work on a number of Coca-Cola European Partners projects, acting as Principal Contractor, passing on their expertise to the safety management team and ensuring they have the correct tools to manage future CDM projects under 2015 regulations.
What our client said:
"Here at CCEP we have engaged with Hunter Safety Solutions to deliver against our safety and curriculum training needs which range from permit training, first aid through to working at height and harness inspection. I find the company to be very eager and willing not only to deliver a training package but also make it relevant and real for the delegates by referring to how the course relates to our workplace.
“We have received training for a large number of delegates across GB and the feedback has been very positive for both the course content and the instructor’s knowledge and capability.
“The instructors themselves are extremely engaging and listen to what is being asked of them and deliver against my expectations. The level of professionalism is clear; these guys know their subject areas well.
“The administration and assistance is far superior than I have experienced with other providers and speed of execution for requests is superb.
“I am in a privileged place to compare previous experiences with providers and I would highly recommend Hunter Safety Solutions and we will certainly be working with them, and building even stronger relationships, going forward."