Site Safety Plus - Health & Safety Awareness

Duration: 1 Day

Max Delegates: 16

Certification

Upon successful completion, candidates will be provided with a Delegates successfully completing the course will receive a CITB Construction Skills Site Safety Plus Health & Safety Awareness certificate.

Pre-Requisite Requirements

Candidates attending this course must have a good understanding of verbal and written English.

Candidates must attend and successfully complete the full course in order to receive a Site Safety Plus certificate. The certificate will be forwarded within 6 weeks.

All candidates are required to bring photographic identification to the course, such as a passport, driving license, or work ID. You will not be permitted to sit your exam without photographic proof of ID. If you have any queries on this, please contact us before your course.

Please ensure that candidates arrive in good time for the start of the course. In the event that individuals arrive after the stated start time, they may be excluded from the event and the full fee will be charged.

Candidates are recommended to wear smart casual clothing. Candidates are asked to bring their National Insurance Number. Candidates may also wish to bring an assortment of their own pens, pencils and highlighters.

Lunch is not provided on the course, however, complimentary tea and coffee will be provided throughout the day. You’re welcome to bring your own lunch; welfare facilities are available. You will also be made aware of local food outlets on the day.

If you are a CITB levy payer please provide your 7 digit levy number.

Overview

Agenda

The course aims to ensure that individual responsibilities are understood:

• why they are carrying out their identified duties.
• what is expected of them.
• to ensure that they contribute to the safety of the workplace.


At the end of the course Delegates will be able to:

• understand the need to prevent accidents.
• have an understanding of health and safety law.
• identify how their role fits into the control and management of the site.

• understand the need for risk assessments and method statements.

• appreciate the need to perform safely and to stop and ask for advice if not sure.

• feel obliged to report unsafe acts to prevent an accident.