CASA Safety Training Services
TRAINING COURSE FACT SHEET
Construction Skills Site Management Safety Training Scheme
This nationally recognised five-day course of training is intended to provide site management with the necessary knowledge and understanding to enable them to manage health and safety in the workplace. The course will allow those attending to better understand and develop their responsibilities and accountability for workplace safety, health and welfare and enable them to recognize that a safe work place is efficient, economical and productive.
- Bring course members up to date with current legislation and standards affecting the management and organization of construction sites;
- Assist course members in examining the extent to which they meet their own safety, health and welfare responsibilities at work;
- Guide, assist and encourage course members to develop their knowledge and skills beyond the existing course content;
- Provide examples and opportunities for course members to study and analyse safety, health and welfare practices and procedures;
- To draw as much as possible on material of common interest for the benefit of all course members;
- Encourage members to develop a positive and forward thinking attitude to safety, health and welfare;
- Emphasise and draw attention to the many examples where inefficiency and safety or health hazards are linked;
- Assist and encourage course members to develop management to develop management techniques and methods for dealing with future safety, health and welfare matters
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Managers, Supervisors and other company personnel in a supervisory position, who are involved in setting up, managing or supervising construction projects, or elements within a project
Suitably qualified and ‘Site Safety Plus’ registered practical safety training professionals with many years experience in the construction industry
A maximum of 20 trainees permitted per one instructor.
37½ hrs over 5 Days (one day per week for five weeks); or for ‘in-company’ training the can be undertaken as a block 5 day course (minimum numbers apply)
The Lead Tutor will assess the delegates throughout the course. Self study questionnaires and assessed course exercises, together with an end of course multiple choice knowledge test, (part of which can be carried out using the course reference book GE700), will be the basis for determining successfully achievement. Full attendance in day order on the course is required (37.5 hours)
Is inclusive of refreshments, lunches, Construction Skills Registration and Certificate fee and course reference manuals GE700 volume 1 and 2, and XA6.