DELTA Safety Training has given more than 250,000 trainees a good and practical safety training since 1992. Our trainees come from all over the world and work in various sectors. They are actually our best reference. DELTA provides references of clients within your branch on request.
TRAINING ON LOCATION OUTSIDE THE NETHERLANDS
DELTA Safety Training provides many safety training courses at locations around the world. For example, in September 2016, Jubail, Saudi Arabia, we gave short and practical instructions to hundreds of industrial maintenance staff in the field of high-pressure spraying, confined spaces, respiratory protection and gas measurement. For most participants this was their first encounter with result-oriented, practical training, in which skills are taught immediately. DELTA thus contributes to raising the safety standard, especially in locations where standards and rules are still under development.
Ask us about the possibilities for training at your location, also outside the Netherlands.
DELTA SINCE ITS BEGINNINGS IN 1992
DELTA was the first instructor in the Netherlands to focus 100% on safety and skills training for maintainance personnel in the workplace. This often meant that we had to develop new courses and methods, because our students learn better through practice than from a book. At the time, we succeeded in creating a certificate dependent on practical knowledge and expertise instead of theoretical aspects that usually require advanced reading skills. A safety exam should not be a ‘language test’. Instead, it should assess whether the candidate can work safely.
DELTA started in Hoogvliet and expanded over the years and moving a few times. First to Vlaardingen, later to Schiedam and Heijplaat. DELTA is now definitively located at our best location in Rotterdam-Waalhaven. Here we have the facilities we always wanted. Our first students are now retired or are themselves in charge of a company. DELTA is proud to have been able to make an important contribution to their safety and health. We are still in touch with many of them and they have become part of our history.