SMSTS Site Managers Training
An intense 5 day course for managers to develop a better understanding of the moral and social responsibilities of their role, establish and maintain safe systems of work, and satisfy their legislative requirements.
Who should attend?:
Anyone within the Construction and Civil Engineering who has responsibility for any part of Site Management.
Aims of Training:
This programme assists Managers in developing a better understanding of the moral and social responsibilities of their role. To establish and maintain safe systems of work, satisfying legislative requirements from information obtained during the course.
- Introduction to Health and Safety law
- Risk Assessment and ‘principles of prevention’
- Development of ‘Safe systems of work’ and permit systems
- Accidents costs, causes, investigation, prevention and reporting
By the end of the course delegates will be able to:
- Manage Health and Safety on site in accordance with current legal provisions and within the context of their Management and Supervisory role
- Identify and avoid potential hazards on site
- Prepare Method Statements, Risk Assessments and other statutory requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Identify and avoid potential Hazards on site
Maximum Number of Delegates:
16 per course.
A high proportion of discussions, best practise sharing, syndicate exercises and case studies supplemented by video/dvd’s and Classroom based tutorials.
Client to provide: Training room to comfortably accommodate all the delegates with 240V power supply.
Trainer to provide: Training Equipment (course notes and presentation package)