The above fee includes registration, certification and handout material.
The courses below are held at the John Ryder Training Centre, Chertsey Surrey Kt16 9DG
4/5 July 2017
5/6 September 2017
8/9 November 2017
THE GROUP IS PLEASED TO OFFER C SKILLS SITE SUPERVISORS SAFETY TRAINING SCHEME
This course is for first line managers – those who have or are about to acquire supervisory responsibilities. It provides an introduction to health and safety, welfare and environmental issues, for those requiring an understanding of their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities. It will provide a sound knowledge base to enable them to give valuable assistance in safety managing a construction site.
To ensure delegates have an overview of their responsibilities for health and safety on constructions sites. This course provides the ideal introduction for those supervisors who have had some or little previous health and safety training. It can also be used as a precursor to attendance on the five-day Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) course.
This is intended to give site supervisors a clear understanding of how health and safety affects their role and the practical steps they can take to ensure a safe site.
- The Health and Safety at Work Act and relevant regulations
- Specific site issues, which include such topics as work at height
- Tool box talks
- Control of subcontractors
- Health issues
Construction Skills Site Safety Plus certification
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