IOSH Safety Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers

IOSH Safety Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers Course Programme

IOSH Safety Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers Course Programme

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic this course will be delivered exclusively in an instructor led webinar. You will receive a link to join the class remotely from your location at the time & date noted below.

For more info on how Chris Mee Group are operating during Covid-19 click here

From January 1st 2020 the IOSH Managing Safely for Construction Managers course programme is replaced by the IOSH Safety, Health & Environment for Construction Site Managers course programme.

The Chris Mee Group is a leading provider of the IOSH Safety, Health & Environment for Construction Site Managers course  (originally IOSH Managing Safely for Construction Managers). Both, in Ireland as well as the UK. It is a 5 day course. It is a detailed course which can be tailored towards managing safety in a construction environment, for instance.

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the leading professional association of safety practitioners. Morefore, they are recognised internationally as the standard for the profession. This IOSH Certified five-day course provides essential knowledge for those managing or overseeing safety in the construction industry.

It includes legislation, practical managing of sub-contractors, realistic risk assessment. As well as accident investigation and other relevant topics. IOSH is one of the largest accrediting bodies in Ireland and the UK.  Chris Mee Group have been accredited for many years.

Make an Enquiry
Book Your Place Now! €790
.

Dublin Office: +353 1 517 5270       
Cork Office: +353 21 497 8100


Scheduled Venues, Dates & Prices

Venue & DateAvailabilityPriceBook your Place
IOSH Safety, Health and Environment for Site Construction Managers - Online, February 3, 4, 5, 10, 11 2021

There are spaces available on this course

790.00Book your Place Now

Duration: 5 Days
Participants: Up to 12 participants
Assessment: MCQ exam and project
Approval: On successful completion of the exam participants will be awarded the IOSH Safety, Health & Environment for Construction Site Managers Certificate.

Course Objectives

IOSH Safety Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers Course Programme will benefit:

Those of you that wishes to gain knowledge as well as build competency in construction safety.  Including site foremen, Site Managers, Project Managers, Safety Officers, Contract Managers or those that just have an interest, for instance.

Upon successfully completion you will be able to understand:

  • Unique issues to be managed in the construction industry to protect employees, contractors, neighbours and others
  • Health & safety management systems
  • How to outline relevant health and safety legislation, codes of practise, and guidance notes and know where to source such information.
  • Distinguishing between the duties and responsibilities of the employer and employee, contractor and sub- contractor.
  • The importance of good leadership and employee consultation
  • Importance of risk assessment and risk control.
  • Site requirements prior to construction
  • The management of plant and equipment.
  • Key elements of setting up a construction site
  • Hazards and control measures for a range of areas including:
Excavations Working at Height
Confined spaces Hazardous Substances
Lone Working Vibration
Mental Health Asbestos
Temporary Works Electricity

IOSH Safety Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers Course Programme Target Audience

Ideal for those of you that wishes to gain knowledge and build competency in construction safety including site foremen, Site Managers, Project Managers, Safety Officers, Contract Managers or those that just have an interest.

For more information please visit the IOSH Website

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

TRY OUR FAQS

Information on Chris Mee Group's response to the Containment Phase of the Coronavirus [COVID-19] Outbreak.Read More
+ +