Our 1 day IOSH Managing Safely for Construction Managers Refresher Course is tailored to the requirements of managing safely in a construction environment. As a result, the core programme is designed to revisit key management responsibilities from the Managing Safely for Construction Managers course. Furthermore, providing updates on changes in good practice guidance, legislation and standards.
This course will certainly be of benefit to:
People who have completed an IOSH Managing Safely for Construction Managers course. Also, to those who wish to refresh their training.
On successful completion of this course you will be able to:
Identify health and safety legislation, codes of practice, and guidance notes.
Set apart the duties and responsibilities of the employer and employee, contractor and sub-contractor.
Similarly, verifying the competence of the sub-contractors.
Master the basics of risk assessment and risk control.
Apply workplace precautions, relative to the risks.
Know the legal requirements for reporting and recording of accidents and near misses.
The IOSH Managing Safely for Construction Managers Refresher is a one day course. It is aimed at providing people with a refresher on subjects relating to safety and risk management within the construction industry.
Duration: 1 Day Participants: Up to 10 personnel Who Is This Course For? People who have previously completed an IOSH Managing Safely for Construction Managers course. Furthermore, wishing to refresh their training.
The core programme is designed to revisit key management responsibilities from the Managing Safely for Construction Managers Course Programme. Consequently, refreshing your knowledge in the area.
Introducing managing safely
– Briefly revisit the moral, legal and financial reasons for managing health and safety. Furthermore, explaining how this is an integral part of the manager’s role.
– Definitions of hazard, hazardous event, risk, likelihood and consequence.
– Factors to consider when carry out a risk assessment.
– Illustration of a simple risk rating system.
– Revisit risk control selection and the best methods to choose, including ‘reasonably practicable’.
Understanding your responsibilities
– Recap on managers’ health and safety responsibilities.
– Briefly review the demands of the law. Updating any relevant changes in legislation.
– Update any changes in health and safety management system good practice and standards.
Investigating accidents and incidents
– Definitions of accident, incident and near miss.
– Main causes of accidents. Including immediate, underlying and root.
– Accident investigation process.
– Importance of measuring performance for improving health and safety.
– Use of key performance indicators. Also, the limitations of reactive and pro-active measuring.
– Purpose and setting up of audits.
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