COVID-19 Managing Safely “Return to Work” Programme - Chris Mee Group | CMSE

COVID-19 Managing Safely “Return to Work” Programme

COVID-19 Managing Safely “Return to Work” Programme

The Construction Industry Federation [CIF] has recently issued COVID-19 guidelines and procedures for all construction personnel to follow during the “return to work” phase following lockdown.   These guidelines provide very detailed health and safety guidance for the safe management of construction sites during the relaxation of lockdown.

Duration
120 minutes (9am – 11am)

Key benefits of the COVID-19 Managing Safely “Return to Work” Programme include:

  • Understanding of the Hazards associated with COVID-19 and the measures required to comply with current health and safety legislation with regards to managing a safe site.
  • Good practice in relation to the various roles / responsibilities (Client, PSCS, Contractor and Subcontractor).
  • Understand the requirement for the appointment of COVID-19 Compliance Officer(s)
  • Review Safety Document requirements (COVID-19 Plan, Safety Statement, Method Statement, Risk Assessment, SPAs, etc.)
  • COVID 19 – a distraction to other site safety hazards
  • Worker Mental Health and Well Being
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Course Overview

Duration
120 minutes (9am – 11am)

Course Objectives
The Aim of this programme is to equip candidates with the knowledge to fully understand the guidelines highlighted by the CIF in regards to returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic and guidance on managing safely in line with legislation and best practice.

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

Scheduled Venues, Dates & Prices

Scheduled Course Venues and Dates:
Venue Date Price
Online Via Video

To be announced

€120 per person – Securely Book Online

Course Content

On completion of the course participants will be able to:

  • Understanding of the Hazards associated with COVID-19 and the measures required to comply with current health and safety legislation with regards to managing a safe site.
  • Good practice in relation to the various roles / responsibilities (Client, PSCS, Contractor and Subcontractor).
  • Understand the requirement for the appointment of COVID-19 Compliance Officer(s)
  • Review Safety Document requirements (COVID-19 Plan, Safety Statement, Method Statement, Risk Assessment, SPAs, etc.)
  • COVID 19 – a distraction to other site safety hazards
  • Worker Mental Health and Well Being

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