Courses

Courses

  • Who Should attend? This course is designed to provide training for those involved in the temporary works process but who are not undertaking the role of Temporary Works Co-ordinator or Supervisor as defined in BS5975:2019. The course assumes limited or no detailed previous knowledge of temporary works. The course is likely to benefit: Delegates who Book
  • Who Should attend? Site supervisors or those with supervisory responsibilities who currently hold an existing 2 day SSSTS within the scope of renewal requirements would benefit from the SSSTS Refresher course. Course Content & Aims Aims and Objectives: The SSSTS Refresher course aims to ensure that all those given supervisory responsibilities understand: • Why they Book
  • Who Should attend? Site supervisors or those with supervisory responsibilities would benefit from the SSSTS course Course Content & Aims Aims and Objectives: The SSSTS course aims to ensure that all those given supervisory responsibilities understand: • Why they are carrying out their identified duties • What is expected of them and to ensure that Book
  • Who Should attend? Project managers, site managers and supervisors who have previously passed the full SMSTS course or subsequent SMSTS refresher course and can provide proof of attendance. Course Content & Aims Aims and objectives: The SMSTS Refresher course aims to help site managers, agents and supervisors to: • Improve awareness of recent developments in Book
  • Who Should attend? Site managers, agents and persons who are, or are about to be, responsible for planning, organising, monitoring, controlling and administering groups of staff and workforce would benefit from the SMSTS course. Course Aims This course will demonstrate how to meet the ever increasing demand for evidence of sound health and safety management Book
  • Workshop Outline The aim is to help you assess how you manage the health risks within your company. This will enable you to prioritise any areas where you think improvement is needed. It is anticipated that the workshop will take no longer than two hours. Why? Deaths and cases of ill health from work related Book
  • Who Should attend? Employees who have been identified to act as the first aider in low risk work place environments. Course Content Understand the role and responsibilities of the first aider Recording and reporting of accidents and incidents including RIDDOR Contents of a first aid kit (including preventing cross infection) Assessing the situation and acting Book
  • Who Should attend? Persons responsible for inspecting and checking scaffolds for safe use and for signing certificates and registers in accordance with statutory regulations.  It would be expected that delegates have some awareness and experience of scaffolding structures which would have come from their time in their individual industry sector. Content & Aims Develop in Book
  • Who Should attend? This SMSTS course is suitable for anyone considering or who already has responsibility for planning, organising, monitoring, controlling and administering groups of people on site eg Site Manager. Course Content This course will demonstrate how to meet the ever increasing demand for evidence of sound health and safety management on site. Content: Book
  • Who Should attend? Anyone wishing to become an accredited first aider in the workplace, particularly where it has been identified subsequent to risk assessment that a trained first aider is recommended. Course Content Understand the role and responsibilities of the first aider Recording and reporting of accidents and incidents including RIDDOR Discussion of specific work Book
  • Who Should attend? Personnel who will be responsible for the assembly, dismantling, alteration, moving and inspecting of mobile access towers. Course Content & Aims How to safely assemble, dismantle, relocate and alter a mobile access tower without risk of personal injury to the delegate or others. Content: Legislation, regulations and guidance affecting working at height Book
  • Who Should attend? Anyone who requires an understanding in the methods of safe use and inspection of safety harnesses. Course Content & Aims Aims of the course are to enable members of a multi-disciplined team to: Use Inspect Ascertain fit for purpose Be aware of the need to carry out a mandatory record on inspection Book
  • Who Should attend? Those who currently hold a 5 day SMSTS certificate which is due for renewal. Course Content & Aims This two-day course aims to refresh your understanding of your key responsibilities and accountability for site safety, health, welfare and the environment, to enable you to provide healthy and safe working conditions for everyone Book
  • Who Should attend? This SSSTS course is aimed at first line managers, foremen,  gangers, team leaders, supervisors and those who have or are about to acquire supervisory responsibilities. Course Content & Aims It provides an introduction to health, safety, welfare and environmental issues and legal responsibilities relevant to their work.  The course content includes the Book
  • Who Should attend? The course has been developed and designed so as to give instruction on the hazards and dangers involved with asbestos and are intended for all persons working in areas where asbestos materials may be located. Course Content & Aims This course should provide operatives and employers with a general understanding of asbestos Book
  • Who Should attend? Any employee who is involved in the use of abrasive wheels equipment. Content & Aims To train all delegates in the safe use of abrasive wheels and to: Identify hazards and regulations Test and store equipment Identify components and problems Change abrasive wheels Content: Legislation Hazards Storing/handling/testing/inspecting Practical exercise Assessment and Qualification Book
  • Who Should attend? Those employees involved in lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling of materials or equipment. Course Content & Aims By the end of the course candidates will: Be familiar with relevant legislation Understand their responsibilities under legislation Carry out checks prior to moving an object Demonstrate correct manual handling techniques Content: Introduction Problem causing factors Book