Do you know which health & safety training course will value you the most in your line of work? If not here is some information about our CITB (Construction Industry Training Board) courses and what they entail.
CITB Health & Safety Awareness
The Site Safety Plus Health and Safety Awareness course summaries a basic introduction to Health and Safety. For those who are just starting out in the construction industry or are very new to being on site, such as Labourers this course his highly suitable.
Usually, delegates who attend this course are aiming to obtain their CSCS Green card. The course is also needed for those who haven’t renewed their CSCS card since the changes in July 2014 when it became compulsory to attend the one day course in order to obtain your CSCS Card.
The Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) is a course that has been made-to-order to provide the relevant information for those who hold a supervisory role. If your position involves you managing staff, delegating roles and having hands on role with the work force, then SSSTS is the training course most suited to you.
The course will help you understand why certain rules are implemented and assigned to workers, and how you can ensure that everyone is aware of these rules and contributing to site safety.
The Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) is a more extensive variation of the SSSTS training course. Then course provides information on how to meet the increasing need for a high standard of health and safety management on site.
If your role involves overseeing the day to day running operations on site, recruiting a competent team and organising the set-up on site, then the SMSTS course is ideal for you. The course covers how you can responsibly manage the safety of your team as well as how to manage and prevent accidents.
The Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme (SEATS) qualification is ideal for anyone who works in a management or supervisory role on site. The course covers a basic level of the on-site environmental aspects and why looking after the environment is highly important.
Having knowledge on how to make sites environmentally friendly is looked upon favourably. Therefore, the SEATS qualification is always a beneficial certificate to have