CSR Health and Safety Awareness

Launched in 1997, the Construction Skills Register (CSR) is a registration scheme designed to meet the needs of both clients and contractors and to improve the Health & Safety standards of the industry. To receive a CSR card at any level, anyone entering a construction site from apprentices to managers must undertake health and safety training. The health and safety training focuses on the identification of hazards and the avoidance of risks. In addition, when appropriate, assessment of competency must also be completed.

This one-day course provides the appropriate level of training for all operatives who are required to undertake work on a construction site.

Who should attend:

  • All site Operatives
  • All site visitors – Yellow card
  • Those requiring renewal of existing cards

Following successful completion of the course, and where appropriate, an occupational assessment must be undertaken to assess the level of card required. This assessment will be competed on the same day as the course

Course Contents:

  • Health and safety at work legislation
  • Accident reporting and emergency procedure and fire prevention
  • Accident prevention
  • Manual handling
  • Working at heights
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Noise and vibration
  • Working with electricity, underground and overhead services
  • Use of hand held equipment and tools
  • Safe use of vehicles
  • Excavations and confined spaces

Venue: Bemac Training Ltd

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CSR Health and Safety Awareness


Details:

Length: 1 Day - Every Friday & Last Thursday of Each Month

Starts: Fri 17 Aug 2018

Limited Spaces

Starts: Fri 24 Aug 2018

Limited Spaces

Starts: Thu 30 Aug 2018

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Every Friday (8.30 Start) & Last Thursday of Each Month