Course title: 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
Course duration: 4 Days