CONSTRUCTION SAFETY TRAINING
Create a Safer Working Environment
We offer a wide range of site safety courses including the highly requested CITB cards and CCNSG Safety Passport required by the majority of sites and companies across the UK to gain access to work.
These construction health and safety training courses are designed to gain knowledge, understanding of relevant regulations and achieve certification to create a safer working environment for you and your staff.
If a course isn’t listed below please contact us to discuss further and we will endeavour to meet your specific requirements.
- CITB (Construction Skills) Site Safety Plus Courses: We offer a complete range of CITB site safety scheme training courses including The highly popular SMSTS, SSSTS and PMSTS training courses. In addition we can provide the CITB Health and Safety Awareness course and the Achieving Behavioural Change (ABC) Course. SMSTS, SSSTS and PMSTS Renewal Courses are also available.
- CCNSG Safety Passport Scheme Courses: The aim of the CCNSG Safety Passport Scheme courses is to ensure a basic knowledge of health and safety for all personnel to enable them, after appropriate site induction, to work on site more safely with lower risk to themselves and others.
There are 3 Levels to this Scheme:
- National Course
- Renewal Course
- Supervising Safety Course.
- NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Course: This globally recognised health & safety qualification specifically for the construction industry is designed for supervisors, managers, CDM co-ordinators and H&S Managers to gain the knowledge of the many legal requirements involved in their daily workplace.
- Confined Space Awareness Course: For those people who will knowingly be working in environments where space is either restricted, has limited access or is not designed for human occupancy.
- Asbestos Awareness Course:This mandatory course under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006, is designed for anyone who is likely to work directly or indirectly with materials that could be asbestos, including removal work.
- Abrasive Wheels: This course is designed for anyone who fits abrasive wheels to work equipment or uses work equipment fitted with abrasive wheels. Under PUWER (The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998) it requires anyone involved in mounting, dressing or setting abrasive wheels is trained and certified.
- CIEH Environmental Principals and Best Practice Course: This course examines the environmental impact from construction work in terms of pollution to air, land and water. Gives the candidate the knowledge and understanding required to manage environmental and sustainability issues.