Spiers Engineering Safety open new Industrial Training Centre


New Year, New start! January 2018 saw Spiers Engineering Safety open the doors of their new Spiers Industrial Training Centre. Located in Tamworth, Staffordshire, this centre will see expert engineers delivering training in all areas of Machine Safety.

The training portfolio includes courses on;

  • PUWER ’98 (Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations)
  • CE Marking
  • Functional Safety
  • Machine Safety Workshops

Spiers Engineering Safety are also seeking training providers and/or businesses to deliver courses at the Training Centre. Depending on the level of support you require, they can tailor a package to suit your training needs so that the training administration is done for you. These may include; course promotion, printing training handouts and ordering lunch / organising refreshments.

Ideally, the courses will compliment areas of industrial compliance, process improvement and risk management but with special focus on a practical industrial safety. Courses such as;

- Lifting and Manual Handling for industrial maintenance

- Management of Electrical Safety


Spiers Engineering Safety are proud to have developed their own training portfolio since Managing Director, Warren Spiers, started the business in September 2011.

“We value and nurture our staff and customers. It is crucial that we all talk the same language; education is central to our strategy both internally and externally. Our courses are primarily designed to support your engineers and safety professionals to achieve a sustainable approach to machine safety management within your business”.

Their flagship course is the Level 3 Advanced Award in PUWER, accredited by the FDQ. This qualification is a mixture of classroom learning, theory assessment and carrying out a practical risk assessment on an industrial machine. The Spiers Industrial Training Centre is home to an industrial packing machine which the delegates will inspect for defects in the form of a risk assessment.

From considerable experience in the machine safety sector, Warren could see the need for more practical industrial compliance training and the new training venue will be equipped to do just that.

Warren added

“We are seeking training providers who want to progress their offering of practical industrial training. Our aim is for the training centre to become a hub for practical training within the next few years, an offering which doesn’t currently exist. With our own training experience and being in the heart of the country, which is fantastic for motorway links, we feel this will be achievable”.

For more information on partnering with Spiers to deliver your course, or to book a place on a Machine Safety course contact the centre;



0844 357 9828