A well-respected, industry standard certificate for health and safety practitioners, offering a valuable overview of the core aspects of construction health and safety. The course is designed for anyone with health and safety responsibilities on a construction site.
Three sections are covered:
Unit NGC1: Management of health and safety.
Unit NCC1: Managing and controlling hazards in construction activities.
Unit NCC2: Construction health and safety practical application.
Understand the scope, duties and offences of employers, managers and employees.
Understand the HASAWA 1974.
Understand the legal framework for the regulation of health and safety, including sources and types of law.
Understand how to plan and implement an effective health and safety policy on a construction site.
How to undertake risk assessments and accident investigations and recommend suitable action.
Understand how to undertake a health and safety audit.
Understand hazards and risk control.
Understand transport hazards and risk control.
Understand musculoskeletal hazards and risk control.
Understand work equipment hazards and risk control.
Understand electrical safety.
Understand fire safety.
Understand chemical and biological hazards, and risk control.
Understand physical and psychological hazards, and risk control.
Understand working at height hazards and risk control.
Understand hazards and risk controls associated with confined space and excavation works.
Understand hazards and risk controls associated with deconstruction projects.
Course dates in full: