IOSH Accredited Managing Safely in ConstructionTo participate in this course, please get in contact with us here.
IOSH Accredited Managing Safely in Construction
This course covers relevant legislation, duties of employers, employees, clients, contractors, sub-contractors, risk assessment and control, accident/incident investigation, training needs for managers and supervisors in the construction industry.
Who should attend:
This course is designed for line managers, supervisors and senior site staff who have a responsibility for health and safety within the organisation.
- Understand relevant health and safety legislation and specific legislation, codes of practice, guidance notes, its impact on managerial responsibilities and sources of information, advice and guidance on compliance
- Distinguish between the duties and responsibilities of the employer and employee, client, contractor and sub contractor
- Be able to verify the competence of contractors and sub-contractors
- Have an understanding of risk assessment and risk control, risk rating systems identifying common and specific hazards relative to the industry
- Describe the concept of unsafe acts and unsafe conditions
- Be able to select workplace precautions relative to the hazards and record results of risk assessments and carry out reviews
- Understand the principles and statutory requirements of accident/incident investigation, reporting and recording
- Know the importance of continuous active monitoring
- Explain the importance of consultation with employees or their representatives and identify training needs.
- Registration, welcome and introductions
- Explanation of syllabus, outline of the examination written paper and practical risk
- assessment report
- Why manage health and safety?
- Management Controls
- Management Regulations
- Risk Management
- Health & Safety Policies
- Site Specifics: Regulations concerning "Construction" works
- Human Factors
- Practical exam & written exam
Delegates per course:
Up to 20 candidates
To participate in this course, please get in contact with us here.