The course provides construction site managers with the tools necessary to meet their responsibilities and challenges and in addition to recognise the opportunities that a clear focus on Safety, Health and the Environment can result in a construction project.
The refresher course is open to anyone who has previously received an IOSH Managing Safely in Construction, a Managing Safely for Construction Managers or a Safety, Health & Environment for Construction Site Managers Certificate and has an IOSH Certificate Number.
The programme is designed for anyone who has completed IOSH Managing Safely in Construction, IOSH Managing Safely for Construction Managers or IOSH Health, Safety & Environment for Construction Site Managers Course and has an IOSH certificate with the certificate number.
On completion of this training participants will be able to:
Assess and control risks on-site for both workers and the public
Understand relevant health, safety & environmental legislation/codes of practice/information and guidance on compliance
Understand the legal duties and management responsibility
Comprehend the duties and responsibilities of Employees, Clients, Designers, Contractors and Sub-Contractors
Appreciation the process of Risk Assessment and Control, Active Monitoring and Reactive Monitoring
Select workplace precautions, relative to the hazards and record results of risk assessments and carry out reviews
Report on accidents and incidents and distinguish between accidents, incidents and near misses and statutory requirement for reporting and recording
Introducing managing safely in construction
Assessing risks in construction
Controlling risks in construction
Understanding your responsibilities
Identifying hazards in construction
Investigating accidents and incidents in construction