Consider the shocking fact that 60,000 people worldwide die on construction sites every year and there are 475 work-related accidents a minute. Hardly surprising, then, that accidents, illness, and deaths cost businesses over £2 trillion annually.
IOSH’s globally delivered, Safety, Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers course provides essential knowledge for anyone who is involved in construction activities. It is suitable for any geographical location and for any size of organisation.
The course provides the core knowledge your workers need to stay safe and works to embed a good understanding of the techniques needed to keep others safe too. Keeping your business healthy and safe with an effective training programme will enable you to reduce the cost of accidents and illness by up to 40 per cent.
We have ensured that the practical, jargon-free nature of the course will meet the needs of every learner.
Who the course is for
Anyone who works on or around a construction site or has cause to visit the site in the course of their work.
Remember, it is your responsibility to provide your staff with the training to ensure your site is fully compliant with safety, health and environmental regulations.
What the course covers
· Health and safety issues to be managed in the construction industry to protect employees, contractors, neighbours, and others
· The basics of local law
· The importance of risk assessments, method statements and the development process
· Site requirements for the welfare of construction workers on site
· Hazards and controls associated with construction sites and activities including working at height and confined spaces
· Site environmental management including management of waste and ecology
What employers will get
· Globally recognised and respected certificated training for their workers
· Peace of mind offered by training that is designed and quality-assured by the Chartered body for safety and health professionals
· A course that can be delivered in timeslots that suit the business
· Fewer hours lost due to sickness and accidents, resulting in greater productivity
· Improved, company-wide safety awareness culture and appreciation for safety measures
· Proactive staff involvement to improve the workplace
· Enhanced reputation within the supply chain
- Trainer: Brian Lambert