Delegates get to understand the problems of the industry Delegates learn to appreciate how health and safety law is structured Delegates learn to identify how their supervisory role fits into that of the manager in controlling site safety Delegates learn to carry out and understand the need for method statements Delegates learn to carry out site inductions, tool box talks and method statement briefings and learn what is meant by proactive and reactive monitoring and appreciate their need
CITB Accredited Certificate awarded on successful completion of the course.
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Who Should Attend
First line managers, foremen, gangers, team leaders and supervisors.
Those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities and need to understand their legal duties to better contribute to the instruction, supervision and monitoring of tasks and activities to ensure safety on site.
Construction accidents: types, numbers and immediate and underlying causes
Health & Safety Legal System
Acts, Regulations, Approved Codes of Practice and Guidance Notes
Risk Assessments in such areas as:
- Working at Height
- Occupational Health
- Control of Contractors
- Confined Spaces
• Understand the problems of the industry
• Appreciate how health and safety law is structured
• Identify how their supervisory role fits into that of the manager in controlling site safety
• Carry out risk assessments and understand the need for method statements
• Carry out site inductions, tool box talks and method statement briefings
• Understand what is meant by proactive and reactive monitoring and appreciate their need
Prior to course commencement, we identify any special requirements that delegates may have, such as physical disabilities including: sight, hearing or writing, learning or reading difficulties (dyslexia). If any extra support is needed, then we can adapt to the delegates needs (for example the examination can be held in a separate room and questions can be read to the delegate).