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Construction Site Safety Training

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Construction Site Safety Training course teaches you everything on the topic thoroughly from scratch so you can achieve a professional certificate for free to showcase your achievement in professional life. This Construction Site Safety Training course is a comprehensive, instructor-guided course, designed to provide a detailed understanding of the nature of the related sector and your key roles within it.

To become successful in your profession, you must have a specific set of skills to succeed in today’s competitive world. In this in-depth training course, you will develop the most in-demand skills to kickstart your career, as well as upgrade your existing knowledge & skills. The training materials of this course are available online for you to learn at your own pace and fast-track your career with ease.

Key Features of the Construction Site Safety Training Course

Our trusted, high quality and affordable Construction Site Safety Training course trains individuals to become experts in their field.

  • Accredited by CPD
  • Instant e-certificate and hard copy dispatch by next working day
  • Fully online, interactive course with audio voiceover
  • Developed by qualified professionals in the field
  • Discounts on bulk purchases
  • Self-paced learning and laptop, tablet, smartphone-friendly
  • 24/7 Learning Assistance

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Who should take the course

Anyone with a knack for learning new skills can take this Construction Site Safety Training course. While this comprehensive training is popular for preparing people for job opportunities in the relevant fields, it also helps to advance your career for promotions.

Certification

Once you’ve successfully completed your Construction Site Safety Training course, you will immediately be sent a digital certificate. Also, you can have your printed certificate delivered by post (shipping cost £3.99). Our certifications have no expiry dates, although we do recommend that you renew them every 12 months.

Accreditation

All of our courses, including this Construction Site Safety Training course, are fully accredited, providing you with up-to-date skills and knowledge and helping you to become more competent and effective in your chosen field.

Assessment

At the end of the course, there will be an online assessment, which you will need to pass to complete the course. Answers are marked instantly and automatically, allowing you to know straight away whether you have passed. If you haven’t, there’s no limit on the number of times you can take the final exam. All this is included in the one-time fee you paid for the course itself.

Course Curriculum

The detailed curriculum outline of our Construction Site Safety Training course is as follows:

  • Costs/dangers of poor health and safety 
  • Benefits of good health and safety
  • Health and safety law (criminal law)
  • Civil law – compensation claims
  • Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 (HSWA)
  • Overlap of duties of some legislation
  • Penalties and Enforcement
  • Improvement and Prohibition Notices
  • The Employer’s Responsibilities (Provide just the List of the duties)
  • The Employee’s responsibilities and duties (Provide just the List of the duties)
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Site Boundaries 
  • Access Roads 
  • Design Planning and Locating Access Roads
  • Provision of Services 
  • Water Services 
  • Electricity 
  • Accommodation for Staffs 
  • Disposal of Waste 
  • Site Logistics 
  • Hoardings 
  • Site Security 
  • Summary 
  • Assessment
  • Risk and Value Imperatives 
  • Approaches to Risk and Value Management 
  • Integrating Risk and Value 
  • Sustainable Value and The Whole Life Cycle 
  • The Process of Value Management 
  • Definition and Evaluation of Risk 
  • The Risk Management Process 
  • Risk Attitude 
  • Risk Response and Management 
  • Risk Management Techniques 
  • Summary 
  • Assessment
  • Communications On-Site 
  • Daily Logs, Reports and Construction Diary 
  • Meetings 
  • Photographs and Videos On-Site 
  • Information and Communications Technologies 
  • Building Information Modelling 
  • Electronic Business and Project Administration 
  • Importance of Communications, Information and Documentation  
  • Summary 
  • Assessment
  • Legal Obligations 
  • Financial Costs of an Accident 
  • Moral Obligations & Self-Preservation 
  • The Impact of an Accident On Others 
  • Important Rules and Regulations for the Construction Industry 
  • Health and Safety File 
  • Welfare Requirements 
  • Sanitary facilities
  • Washing Facilities  
  • Drinking-Water   
  • Changing Facilities   
  • Rest Rooms
  • Managing Safety Within the Construction Industry 
  • Summary 
  • Assessment
  • Core elements of managing for health and safety
  • Legal duties
  • Risk profiling
  • Health and safety management systems 
  • Documentation 
  • Attitudes and behaviours 
  • Are you doing what you need to do?
  • Leading and managing for health and safety 
  • Competence
  • Worker consultation and involvement
  • Delivering Effective Arrangements
  • Plan
  • Do
  • Check
  • Act
  • Summary
  • Structure of Atoms 
  • Electrons 
  • Electric Current 
  • Resistance 
  • Electric Power 
  • General Safety Rules 
  • Effects of Electric Current on the Body 
  • On the Job 
  • Protective Clothing 
  • Ladders and Scaffolds 
  • Fires 
  • Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters 
  • Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupters (AFCIs) 
  • Grounding 
  • Electrical Maintenance
  • Identifying and preventing electrical hazards
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Caution
  • Breaking contact with electricity 
  • High voltage current 
  • Low-voltage current 
  • Lightning 
  • Shocks
  • Summary
  • The choice and different kinds of equipment
  • Inspecting equipment 
  • General things to look for during a visual inspection
  • Inspecting the equipment
  • Reducing risks: fire safety
  • What must you do to ensure fire safety?
  • Performing the fire safety risk assessment
  • Itemised process of fire safety risk assessment
  • Emergency procedures
  • Call for an Emergency
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • What Is Working at Height
  • Examples of Working at Height
  • Risks from working at height (Should start with some statistics of the UK and then mention some risks using bullet points)
  • What are the most common causes of working at height?
  • What do you need to consider when planning work at height? 
  • WAHR 2005
  • How do you comply with these Regulations? 
  • How do you decide if someone is ‘competent’ to work at height? 
  • Duties
      • Employer Duties
      • Employee Duties
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Assessing the Risks
  • What Is Risk Assessment?
  • Who May Be Harmed?
  • What Are the Five Steps of Risk Assessment?
  • How to Identify Hazards and Evaluate the Risks?
  • How to Record, Review and Update the Findings?
  • Preventing the Risks
  • How to Reduce the Risks
  • Things to consider when trying to reduce risks
  • Safety Control Measures
  • Control Measures for Fragile Surfaces
  • Control Measures for Vehicles
  • Control Measures for Roof Work
  • Training
  • Emergency Procedures 
  • Summary 
  • Assessment
  • Selecting Work Equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Safe Uses of the Common Equipment
  • Mobile Scaffold
  • MEWP Scissors
  • MEWP Boom
  • Podium Steps
  • Ladder/ Step Ladder (Inspection checklist, how to secure safely)
  • Hop Up
  • Trestle
  • Tubular Scaffold
  • Inspection of Work Equipment
  • Summary 
  • Assessment
  • Why Do You Need Training?
  • What Are Confined Spaces?
  • Confined Space Legislation in England and Wales
  • Other Legislation and Guidance
  • Ireland Legislation
  • Roles & Responsibilities of the Employers and Others
    • Commanding Officers (COs)/Heads of Establishment (HoEs) 
    • Managers 
    • All Personnel
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • The Complete Procedure for Working in Confined Spaces (Flow Chart)
  • What is Risk Assessment?
  • Identifying the Considerable Hazards before Entering Confined Spaces
  • Reduced physical dimensions
  • Lack of oxygen
  • Excess of oxygen
  • Flammable substances 
  • The possible presence of toxic gases fumes and vapours 
  • The unintended ingress of materials
  • Excessive heat
  • Other hazards 
  • Who Might Be Exposed to the Hazards?
  • What Precautions to Take
  • Recording Key Findings of Risk Assessment
  • Reviewing Risk Assessment Regularly
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Preventing the Need for Entry
  • The Role of Designers, Manufacturers and Suppliers
  • Safe Systems of Work in Confined Spaces
  • Suitability of Persons to do the Work
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Provision of Special Tools and Lighting
  • Communications
  • Accessibility
  • Testing the Air
  • Provision of Ventilation
  • Provision of Breathing Apparatus
  • Isolation of Equipment and Services
  • Cleaning Confined Spaces before Entry
  • Provision of Rescue Harnesses
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Arrangements for emergency rescue
  • Rescue and resuscitation equipment
  • Raising the alarm and rescue
  • Safeguarding the rescuers
  • Fire safety
  • Control of plant
  • First aid
  • Public emergency services
  • Training
  • Additional Emergency Arrangements
  • Summary
  • Assessment

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