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SiteRight – Health and Safety Awareness in Construction

Full Fee: £15.00
Concessionary Fee: FREE
Fee for Over 65s: £11.25
Course Level

Beginners

Start Date

Mon 29 Jul 2024

Duration

1 day

Full Fee: £15.00
Concessionary Fee: FREE
Fee for Over 65s: £11.25

Course content

  • Identify how their roles fit into the control and management of the site.
  • Be able to interpret health and safety law.
  • Recognise the need to prevent accidents.
  • Be able to interpret health and safety law.
  • Identify how their roles fit into the control and management of the site.
  • Interpret risk assessments and method statements.
  • Appreciate the need to perform safety and to stop and ask for advice.
  • Recognise the need to prevent accidents.
  • Be able to interpret health and safety law.
  • Identify how their roles fit into the control and management of the site.
  • Interpret risk assessments and method statements.
  • Appreciate the need to perform safety and to stop and ask for advice.
  • Recognise the need to prevent accidents.
  • Be able to interpret health and safety law.
  • Identify how their roles fit into the control and management of the site.
  • Interpret risk assessments and method statements.
  • Appreciate the need to perform safety and to stop and ask for advice.
  • Interpret risk assessments and method statements.
  • Appreciate the need to perform safety and to stop and ask for advice.
  • Recognise the need to prevent accidents.
  • Interpret risk assessments and method statements.
  • Appreciate the need to perform safety and to stop and ask for advice.
  • Recognise the need to prevent accidents.
  • Be able to interpret health and safety law.
  • Identify how their roles fit into the control and management of the site.

About Course

The course allows learners to have an insight into the construction industry and also helps with H&S knowledge and in preparation for the CSCS test

Course content:

The course aims to ensure that the individual’s responsibilities to health and safety are understood.

Why are they carrying out their identified duties?
What is expected of construction operatives?
Making sure they make an overall contribution to safety in the workplace.
Recognise the need to prevent accidents.
Be able to interpret health and safety law.
Identify how their roles fit into the control and management of the site.
Interpret risk assessments and method statements.
Appreciate the need to perform safety and to stop and ask for advice
Be obliged and understand the process to report unsafe acts and prevent accidents.

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What do I need to do this course?

All study materials provided.

Requirements

    No entry requirements.

What do I need to do this course?

All study materials provided.

Teaching Methods

  • Classroom based with some theory


    How is your progress checked?

    Learners will be asked to complete a personal learning record and weekly feedback during their course.

    The tutor will offer regular feedback through informal and formal methods.

    Extra study or practice required at home.

    No extra study.


    What can I do after this course?

    If you would like to discuss further learning, employability and personal development opportunities, please let your tutor know or complete this section on your personal learning record and we will be in touch to make an information, advice and guidance appointment.

    New courses are advertised in centre and on our website regularly

    www.cliplearning.com / Riverside Training (acisgroup.co.uk)


Full Fee: £15.00
Concessionary Fee: FREE
Fee for Over 65s: £11.25

Course details

  • Tutor: Mike Talboys
  • Time: Mon 09:30-15:30
  • Provision: ASA-LCC
  • Term: Summer
  • Location: Mablethorpe College
  • Full fee: £15