Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (QCF)

This qualification is for people who currently work, or want to work in construction.

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Who needs this qualification?

Anyone wishing to apply for the Construction Skills Certificate Scheme (CSCS) Green Card to work on a UK construction site

Why is this qualification important?

Construction is one of the most dangerous workplace activities.
Last year, in the UK, 43 of the 144 workplace fatalities occurred in construction.

Qualification content

- The importance, key terms, legal responsibilities and reasons for
good health and safety
- Fatalities, injuries and ill-health in construction
- Risk assessments and method statements
- Slips and trips
- Working at height
- Moving vehicles and mobile plant
- Work equipment
- Fire
- Electricity
- Manual handling
- Noise
- Vibration
- Hazardous substances
- Alcohol and drugs
- Health and safety signs
- Personal protective equipment
- Welfare facilities and personal hygiene
- Emergencies and first aid
- Reporting accidents and ill health.

Assessment

- 40 multiple choice questions (60 minutes)

- Pass mark 26 out of 40.

Course Duration

The course normally lasts 6 - 7 hours depending on learners experience

Certificates are usually issued within 7 working days.

Cost

Per Person: £96.00pp including vat, training materials and certificates.

Discounts are available for bookings of 5 or more candidates per course
We can train at your premises or arrange a venue near you

Contact us to book a course or for more information (other course dates available)

Course Dates

Location

Course Name

Date

Duration

Cost

Felixstowe, Suffolk

Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment

Saturday 13 April 2019

1 Day

£96.00

Felixstowe, Suffolk

Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment

Saturday 27 April 2019

1 Day

£96.00

 

Supporting documents:

- Sample Student Notes here

- Sample Presentation Slides here

- Book CITB online test here

 

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