IOSH PSCS - Chris Mee Group | CMSE

IOSH Project Supervision Construction Stage (PSCS) Course

Equip yourself to expertly complete all of your legal responsibilities as an industry accredited construction project supervisor.

Why you should attend this course. Key benefits include:

  • Evaluating how you and other key duty holders fulfil their roles during construction projects.
  • Understanding the role and legal responsibilities of your PSCS.
  • Effectively preparing and contributing to your construction safety plan and file.
  • Completing risk assessments including making recommendations for risk controls and safe systems of work.
  • Identifying and mitigating construction specific hazards.
  • Applying risk controls, reduction and prevention.
  • Measuring performance including active and reactive monitoring.
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Cork Office: +353 21 497 8100


Course Overview

Course Objectives
The Aim of this programme is to equip candidates with the knowledge to fully understand the legal responsibilities of the PSCS role and guidance on how they might fulfil this role in line with legislation and best practice.

Who Is This Course Intended For?
This course is intended for those who will be involved at the Project Supervisor Construction Stage or anyone who wishes to get an appreciation of the role and its function.

Participants
Up to 10 personnel

Duration
Two Days

Accreditation
On successful completion of the exam participants will be awarded the IOSH PSCS Certificate.

Scheduled Venues, Dates & Prices

Scheduled Course Venues and Dates:
VenueDatePrice & More Info

Cork

Dublin

June 8th & 9th

June 27th & 28th

€690 per person

€690 per person

Course Content

On completion of the course participants will be able to:

  • Appreciate who the key duty holders are as defined within the legislation and how they fulfil their roles.
  • Understand the role and legal responsibilities of the PSCS.
  • Understand the requirements for preparing and contributing to the Safety File.
  • Recognise the need for measuring performance and understand the principles for active and reactive monitoring.
  • Apply risk controls, reduction and the principles of prevention.
  • Be able to complete a risk assessment and make recommendations for risk controls and safe systems of work.
  • Identify and mitigate construction specific hazards.
  • Understand the need for and contents of a construction safety plan.

Assessment
Participants complete a written exam.

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