QuickSafePass.ie will maintain a panel of approved training course organisers, They may or may not be Safe Pass tutors. QuickSafePass.ie will only provide a third party booking service to approved training organisers. QuickSafePass.ie is under no obligation to accept course bookings from any training organisation.
The approval of course organisers is strictly at the discretion of QuickSafePass.ie. Course organisers may be removed from the register of approved course organisers without notice.
It is the responsibility of the course organiser to ensure the course is notified to SOLAS in advance in sufficient time and to ensure the training course is carried out and processed in accordance with the SOLAS Safe Pass code of conduct.
QuickSafePass.ie does not take any responsibility for the course details being incorrect on the QuickSafePass.ie website as a result of technical difficulties and/or the actions of third parties.
Approved training organisers will be provided with a login name and a password. They will be able to upload details of their courses onto the website at any time. Text listing course organisers telephone numbers, web site addresses or email addresses within the course listings are strictly not permitted.
Course organisers will not be invoiced for bookings made through the Quick Safe Pass website. Instead, Quick Safe Pass will retain the deposit paid by the person booking the course.
In instances where course circumstances are modified, it is the sole responsibility of the course organisers to immediately update the details of the course on the QuickSafePass.ie website.
QuickSafePass.ie is not to be held liable for any costs incurred as a result of the cancellation of bookings made through the QuickSafePass.ie website.
Course organisers must ensure that places are secured for applicants who have booked though QuickSafePass.ie on their chosen course. Priority must be given to applicants booked through the QuickSafePass.ie website in the event of overbooking.
Course Organisers must not apply a surcharge to the candidates as a result of booking through the QuickSafePass.ie website.
Course Organisers must ensure the successful applicant is provided with a "comfort letter" immediately upon successful completion and payment of the course. The letter must be signed by the course tutor and include the tutors address and telephone number.
In the event of a course cancelation the course organiser should offer the applicant an alternative course date. If the applicants rejects the alternative course date the course organiser must direct the applicant back to QuickSafePass.ie to allow the applicant to be booked onto an alternative course listed on the site.
If the applicant fails to turn up for a training course their deposit will be retained by QuickSafePass.ie