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However, both Lantra and C&Gs/NPTC qualifications and/or certifications meet the general HASWA and PUWER requirements and hence their designation is a little academic...and that's where the 'added value' of a regulated qualification comes in, i.e. academia.

So, in a nutshell, "either / or" is fine for meeting your H&S obligations towards a competent operator (inferring the qual / cert is the start point for gaining competence and then onto proficiency, i.e. "time served.")

Cheers,

Paul 

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