This programme is designed to enable Managers to organise, monitor and measure both health and safety performance on site, and to establish and maintain safe systems and safe methods of work, satisfying legislative requirements from information obtained during the course together with experience gained


Introduction to health and safety law, duties, responsibilities, enforcement and sanctions
Overviews/explanations of relevant construction activity legislation
Accident costs, causes, investigation, prevention and reporting requirements
Risk assessment and ‘principles of prevention’
Safety management systems, policies, plans, performance and measuring
Management of Contractors
Development of ‘safe systems of work’ and permit systems
Effective communicating
Behavioural science including awareness of human error

By the end of the course delegates will be able to:

Manage health and safety on site in accordance with current legal provision
Understand their legal, moral and social obligations to maintain a healthy and safe site
Consider the benefits and costs of implementation to their organisation
Identify and avoid potential hazards on site
Prepare method statements, risk assessments and other statutory requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act
Training methods

A high proportion of discussion, best practice sharing, syndicate exercises and case studies, classroom based tutorials. Delegates will be continuously assessed during the course in preparation for the final multiple choice examination.

This course can be delivered from one of our Training Centres covering most of the UK or we can run a bespoke course from your location (subject to minimum numbers)

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Delivery: Classroom
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