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SSP Health & Safety Awareness

Helping you build skills and qualifications in order to begin a career within civil engineering or construction, particularly those working towards obtaining a Green Labourer CSCS Card.

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What is the course?

The course is designed to teach students the current health and safety requirements, highlighting the daily risks connected to the day-to-day on-sight activities you will be carrying out in your career.

How is the course taught and assessed?

Throughout the course our tutors bring their experience and expertise to increase your on-site health and safety awareness. Assessments are made through a mix of personal contribution to group-based activities, classroom discussions and either group or individual presentations. The course concludes with a multiple-choice test.

Who should take this course?

Individuals seeking to introduce themselves into the construction or civil engineering sector, who wish to gain a valuable and necessary qualification to begin their career.

What qualification will I receive?

The CITB Health and Safety Awareness Course should end with the receipt of a CITB Site Safety Plus Certificate.

What can I do next?

The CITB Site Safety Plus Certificate means that you can progress onto the Site Supervisor’s Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) as well as enabling you to apply for the Green Labourer CSCS Card.

Entry requirements

Written and spoken English are necessary to undertake this course.

Course Content

  • Individual responsibilities for personal safety and the safety of others
  • Typical construction hazards and how these are controlled
  • Achieving better practical standards of safety on site
  • Legal Requirements and Liabilities
  • Working at Height
  • Manual Handling
  • Fire Prevention
  • Work Equipment
  • Occupational Health

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