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Health and Safety Training

Take this quiz for advice on what health and safety course you should take.


Board of Directors

Are you a director of an organisation?

Health and Safety Manager

Are you a Health and Safety Manager?

The primary role of the Safety Manager is to advise the Directors and Managers on all safety, health and welfare matters to ensure the Company complies with its statutory obligations.

NEBOSH General

Manager

Do you work for a construction company?

NEBOSH Construction

Fire Safety

Are you responsible for fire safety on your premises?

NEBOSH Fire

Environmental Compliance

Are you responsible for environmental compliance within your organisation?

NEBOSH Environmental

NEBOSH Accreditation

Do you have one of the following qualifications?

  • NEBOSH General
  • NEBOSH Construction
  • NEBOSH Fire
  • NEBOSH Environmental

NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety

Manager

Are you a manager?

INDG345 "If you employ managers or supervisors they need to know what you expect from them in terms of health and safety, and how you expect them to deliver. They need to understand your health and safety policy, where they fit in, and how you want health and safety managed. They may also need training in the specific hazards of your processes and how you expect the risks to be controlled."

Manager

Do you manage construction or demolition works?

L153 – "Managing people to prevent and control risk requires leadership. Principal contractors can demonstrate visible leadership through the actions of their managers. These actions include setting standards for working practices and providing an example by following them. Leaders in health and safety should have a strong grasp of what is needed in a given situation, make clear decisions, and be able to communicate effectively. 127 A systematic approach to managing should be taken to ensure workers understand:

  1. the risks and control measures on the project;
  2. who has responsibility for health and safety;
  3. that consistent standards apply throughout the project and will be checked frequently;
  4. where they can locate health and safety information which is easily understandable, well organised and relevant to the site; and
  5. that incidents will be investigated and lessons learned."

Demolition Manager NVQ Level 6

You may also need:

Scaffold inspection, advanced scaffold inspection, asbestos awareness

Construction Skills SMSTS (5 days)

You may also need:

Scaffold inspection, advanced scaffold inspection, asbestos awareness

IOSH Managing Safely

You may also need:

Fire warden/marshal, first aid or EFAW

Supervisor

Do you supervise a team of workers?

INDG345 "If you employ managers or supervisors they need to know what you expect from them in terms of health and safety, and how you expect them to deliver. They need to understand your health and safety policy, where they fit in, and how you want health and safety managed. They may also need training in the specific hazards of your processes and how you expect the risks to be controlled."

Do you supervise construction/demolition workers?

4. L153 – "171 Supervisors are a vital part of effective management arrangements. Effective supervisors are those who have the skills, knowledge, training, experience and leadership qualities to suit the job in hand. Good communication and people management skills on site are important qualities for supervisors. Where site workers are promoted to a supervisory role, they should be provided with nationally recognised site supervisor training which includes leadership and communication skills.

172 The role of the supervisor may include team leading, briefing and carrying out toolbox talks. It may also include coaching and encouragement of individual workers and supporting other formal and informal means of engaging with workers. The supervisor has a particularly important part to play as a front-line decision maker in emergencies or when workers on site face immediate risks that may require work to stop"

Construction Skills SSSTS (2 days)

You may also need:

Asbestos awareness, manual handling, scaffold inspection, pasma, ipaf, first aid or EFAW, fire warden/marshal

Demolition Topman/Demolition Topman NVQ Level 2

You may also need:

Asbestos awareness, manual handling, scaffold inspection, pasma, ipaf, first aid or EFAW, fire warden/marshal

IOSH Managing Safely

You may also need:

Asbestos awareness, manual handling, scaffold inspection, pasma, ipaf, first aid or EFAW, fire warden/marshal

IOSH Accreditation

You are a worker with no responsibility for managing or supervising.

Do you work on the following?

Demolition Labourer/Demolition Operative Safety Awareness (DOSA)

Do you work on the following?

You may also need:

asbestos awareness, manual handling

CSkills Safety Awareness (1 Day)

Do you work on the following?

You may also need:

asbestos awareness, manual handling

IOSH Working Safely (1 Day)

Do you work on the following?

You may also need:

asbestos awareness, manual handling

IOSH Safety for Executives and Directors

INDG417 & Wellbeing at work: A Director's Guide



Call us for further advice

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Is it full time or regularly?

Demolition Supervisor/Demolition Supervisor NVQ Level 3+

You may also need:

Asbestos awareness, manual handling, scaffold inspection, pasma, ipaf, first aid or EFAW, fire warden/marshal


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