ASL Safety & Training

Course Outlines -

Course Outlines -

Solas Safe Pass

Background to Safe Pass Training:

The Safe Pass Programme is a one-day Safety Awareness training programme aimed at all construction site personnel, including new entrants, to ensure that they have a basic knowledge of health and safety. Participants are issued with a Safe Pass card by Solas following successful completion of the course.

I Need to Renew a Safe Pass?

In order to renew a Safe Pass which has expired, construction site personnel must re-do the Safe Pass course and be issued with a new card by Solas once every 4 years.
Note: Cards are printed by Solas and issuing time can vary.

Who Should Attend?

All construction site personnel, including new entrants and others who require Safe Pass to gain access where there is a requirement to have Safe Pass.

Learning Outcomes:

On successful completion of this training course:

  • The delegate will have an increased awareness of health and safety within the construction industry
  • This will allow the delegate to make a positive contribution to the prevention of accidents and avoidance of health hazards

 Course Content:

  • Reasons for promoting Safety
  • Health and Safety Legislation
  • Accident Reporting & Emergency procedure
  • Accident prevention.
  • Health & Hygiene
  • Manual Handling
  • Working at Height
  • Working with overhead electrical and underground electrical services
  • Use of hand held equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Safe use of Vehicles
  • Noise and Vibrations
  • Excavations & Confined Spaces


This course is Solas  accredited. Delegates who successfully complete the course and pass the assessment will receive a Solas Safe Pass Card.

Note: Cards are printed by Solas and issuing time can vary.

Delegates will be required to:
Complete Multiple Choice Question exam consisting of 20 questions.

Additional Information:

PPS number and one passport photo is required on the day of training
The course is delivered in English, Non English Speakers must be trained in their own language through an interpreter.