Duration of training
The course lasts for 4 days.
Minimum and maximum class numbers
Classes can vary from 8 – 20 learners.
Participants will be awarded a nationally recognised “IOSH Managing Safely” certificate of training upon successful completion of the course.
Duration of certificate
Generally recommended every three years.
Course description & General Information
AIMS OF COURSE
To give personnel acting as PSDP and PSCS the knowledge and skills to enable them to recognise hazards in construction projects and to give them the information to manage and control them.
Assess and control risks on site to both workers and the public
Understand relevant health and safety legislation / codes of practice / information and guidance on compliance.
Have an understanding of legal duties and management responsibility.
Understand list of duties and responsibilities of Employees, Clients, Designers, Contractors and Sub-Contractors.
Have an understanding of Risk Assessment and Control, Active Monitoring and Re-Active Monitoring
Be able to select workplace precautions, relative to the hazards and record results of risk assessments and carry out reviews.
Reporting accidents and incidents and distinguish between accidents, incidents and near misses and statutory requirement for reporting and recording.
CONTENTS OF COURSE:
Introduction to Law
Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005
Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Applications)
Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2006
Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Working at Heights) Regulations 2006
Accidents / Case Studies
Plant and Machinery
Safety at Heights
General Site Safety
Safety Management of Road Works and Street Works, Traffic Control and Signage Management
Review, Questions & Answer Session, Examination