On 1st October 2013 the HSE introduced new regulations that require employers to carry out due diligence (investigations) on their first aid training provider in order to ensure that the training meets the necessary standards. However, as an employer you do not need to undertake any due diligence if your first aiders undertake regulated first aid qualifications. This is because regulated qualifications are accredited by an Awarding Organisation, which means that both the training provider and the qualifications have already been verified as meeting the required standards.
A&E (First Aid) Training are accredited by leading Awarding Organisation Qualsafe Awards and are proud to offer regulated first aid qualifications. This means that you can book with us and rest assured that you have fulfilled your legal responsibilities for providing quality first aid training without having to undertake any due diligence.
To make sure that you have the correct first aid provision in your workplace, simply call 07541 194532 or visit https://www.qualsafeawards.org/calculator/9a1459754e60a1a8c83acd8d49e07d1b
If you would like any further information or guidance, please contact us and we will be delighted to help.
A B GAIRNS CONTRACTORS LTD
PERTHSHIRE PH6 2LS
AB Gairns Contractors is a family-run business, based in Comrie, Perthshire, covering all aspects of plant hire, groundworks and agricultural contracting throughout Perthshire and the surrounding area. Our friendly, professional, experienced staff are capable, adaptable and keen to provide cost effective solutions.
No obligation estimates and quotations are available free of charge.
Our highly trained workforce and modern machinery specialise in many areas including:
Septic tank installations
Driveway and road construction
Customer satisfaction is our core business principle, so please give us a call to discuss your requirements, or for your no obligation estimate.
“AB Gairns provided a fantastic service putting in the groundworks for our new house in Perthshire – reliable and cost effective” – CP Crabbie, Balmuick Farm, Perthshire
Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre
Comrie PH6 2JE
Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre is a great day out for all the family. There are over 70 species of animals from albino wallabies, meerkats and lemurs to native red deer and wild cats. The hatchery with its baby and small animals section offers animal handling and daily hatchings of chicks and ducklings throughout the spring and summer.
There is also an indoor soft play area and play barn, outdoor play park, crazy golf, pony rides in the summer months, various walks, falconry and fishery, gift shop Torlum Coffee Shop.
This 3 star (Visit Scotland) attraction is suitable for all the family, whether you want to visit all the animals, hold baby chicks, rabbits and tortoises in the hatchery or just come and have a coffee and bite to eat in the Torlum Coffee Shop with its spectacular views over the Perthshire hills, there is truly something for everyone.
The Mountain View Coffee Shop can be visited independently from the centre and serves snacks, lunches, cakes, coffees, teas, ice creams and soft drinks and during the months of July, August and early September offers early suppers from 4pm to 7pm daily.
Separate entrance fees apply to the falconry and fishery.
Lawn mowing, lawn improvement and weed control. We can cut any size of domestic or commercial lawn. Want to improve the look and health of your lawn, call for an estimate – advice given free. Many other services, including scarification, aeration, hedge cutting, leaf clearance, ground clearance, weed control- including japanese knotweed and himalyan balsam.”
Website :- http://www.grasscuttingcomrie.co.uk
Tel:- 07791 378 463
Comrie Development Trust, set up in 2006, is a charitable organisation owned and managed by local people living within the boundary of Comrie & district area – Strathearn. Our Board consists of up to 12 voluntary positions elected by the membership with up to three co-opted positions to attract particular skills. Our members are the lifeblood of our Trust and support us in all sorts of ways – we have over 700. Through the support of the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund in 2009, we opened a ‘main street’ office in the village which is now located on Drummond Street.
Comrie is also lucky enough to be just minutes from the famous WWII PoW Camp, Cultybraggan. When the Trust was first created, there was overwhelming support for the Trust to buy the camp on behalf of the community and, subsequently, in September 2007 the CDT took ownership of the 90 acre site.
Currently the Trust employs 3 full time equivalent members of staff, who cover various roles such as finance, office management, estate management, project development and marketing. The office is an established place for the community with a friendly open-door policy to provide information, guidance and promote the many facets of the Trust.
To enable and assist individuals and groups in Comrie to make their dreams come true in Sports and Entertainment, Rural Arts and Crafts, Business Marketing and Manufacture and to allow the purchased land resources of the village available, accessible and useable to this end.
Our principles are to:
Work closely with local people, groups and businesses
Capture and build community passion, enthusiasm, ideas and skills
Promote quality in everything that we do
Keep our £ local
Ensure every aspect of our work is financially and environmentally sustainable
Keep our eye on the future whilst learning from the past
Several community groups have grown through the CDT and currently these are; The Comrie Heritage Group, Comrie Orchard Group, Renewables & Resources Group, Events & Recreation Group and Comrie Woodland Group.
The Trust is always looking for volunteers to become members by attending AGM meetings and spreading the word about what we do. Alternatively you can volunteer in other ways. Would you like to lend a hand? Help the Comrie Heritage Group at events, open days or with heritage tours. Visit the Orchard Group at one of their working days to help with pruning, planting or weeding! Maybe you have an interest in events management? Help to organise sporting activities at the camp or painting white lines for sporting pitches is always needed. Could you lend a hand with hut maintenance, generating revenue or some marketing & communications? If any of the above interests you, please contact the office firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Comrie Development Trust welcomes anybody to visit the office to talk with us about the community, about what we do, or just to say hello.
Office opening hours: 8.30am – 12.30pm (Tues-Fri)
Telephone: 01764 670769
Denholm Partnership Architects
11 Dunira Street, Comrie, Perthshire, PH6 2LU
Our buildings aim to explore and express sympathetic design and materials for the rural Scottish landscape whilst responding to the evolving needs of modern living. Working in areas of outstanding natural beauty amongst mountains, lochs and rivers has inspired designs that respond organically to their natural setting, optimising views, topography, orientation and materials to create buildings that truly fit into their rural landscape.
Expertise in one-off private housing within the Practice has developed through the many domestic projects undertaken. Great emphasis is placed on trying to find the ideal solution for a client’s needs whilst being aware of financial considerations and opportunities.
Over the last thirty years, the Practice has been involved in some 3,600 projects and has developed expertise in a broad range of building projects including hotels, self-catering and shared ownership holiday accommodation, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, offices, clubhouses and housing association work alongside a variety of one-off projects such as the Nelson Stand for Perth Race Course. We have also worked with a number of country estates throughout Scotland on a variety of building types that assist in enhancing values, organisation and long-term efficiencies.
LA Decorations are a small Painting & Decorating firm dealing with all aspects of interior & exterior decoration.
From colour designs , wall papering , interior & exterior painting , faux paint effects and furniture recycling .
With extensive experience in domestic & comercial decoration.
For more information check out our website or please call to discuss your requirements
Sew with Gill is a small and friendly sewing school in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland. Established initially in Kippen, Stirlingshire in 2009 by Gill McBride, the school welcomes all levels of sewer, from the complete beginner to the advanced sewer.
Choose from weekly classes or regular workshops. Class sizes are kept small to ensure maximum attention for each student. One on one tuition is also available.
Classes and workshops cover all kinds of skills and techniques, from getting to grips with a sewing machine to making your very own little black dress. Many of the courses are inspired by my students and what they tell me they are keen to learn.
We offer classes for both adults and children suitable for all levels of sewer.
Smart & Co is a locally based Chartered Surveying practice offering clear, professional, commercially aware advice and value for money.
We specialise in the following services: Commercial Property Advice, Planning & Development Advice, Rent Reviews,Investment, Site finding.
For a free no obligation discussion please contact Doug Smart