Monday 19th of August 2019 - Friday 23rd of August 2019 (08:30 - 17:00)
The CITB SMSTS course is designed to give delegates a comprehensive guide to site safety from the perspective of a site manager. The course is suitable for people who currently or about to be responsible for the Management of Construction Sites. It can also be a good progression step for site supervisors.
This course aims For the operative to develop and understand their responsibilities and accountability for the management of site health, safety and welfare. To understand that a safe site is economical, efficient and productive. It allows them to manage health and safety by current legislation within their role.
This course is available either in a 5 day block or on a day release basis which usually consists of 1 day per week for 5 weeks.
This course includes Construction site safety - The comprehensive guide (GE700) in a printed set of books and the Construction site management delegate booklet (XA6).
•Health and safety statistics.
•Reasons for accident within the industry.
•How to report incidents, including RIDDOR & First Aid.
•Health and Safety systems, HSE Guidelines, codes of practice and in compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
•Duties, responsibilities, systems of work, policies and enforcement.
•Management of Health and Safety at Work 1999.
•The regulations for Plant and equipment, maintenance, inspections certification and competent operatives.
•Construction regulations (CDM Construction Design Management).
•The appropriate measures, permits and emergency plans for confined spaces.
•Electricity at work and fire precautions.
•Working at height regulation 2005.
•CDM Regulations part 4 including excavations, site transport and welfare.
•Control of Substance Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
•Lead procedures and health surveillance.
•Asbestos types, notifications, procedures and choosing approved contractors.
•Instruction, information and appropriate training.
•Hazards to health.
•Selecting appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
•Monitoring, systems, standards, behaviour, equipment, environment and safety audits.
Successful delegates will receive a CITB Site Safety Plus Certificate valid for 5 years.
Ainscough Trading Estate, Mossy Lea Road, Wrightington, Lancashire, WN6 9RS
Coppull, Leyland, Wigan, St Helens, Skelmersdale, Standish, Charnock Richard, Rufford, Southport, Preston, Chorley, Eccleston, Golborne, Haydock, Bamber Bridge, Walton Le Dale, Penwortham, Longton, Fulwood, Kirkham, Blackpool, Lancaster, Garstang, Grimsargh, Fleetwood, Cleveleys,