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Binnies Academy Sue Caccavone, Technical Director Academy@binnies.com

NEBOSH Health and safety training

NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety

Cost £TBC + VAT
Face to face and online learning: 10 days at £TBC + VAT
E-learning with workshops: 6 half days at £TBC + VAT
Self-guided study: Distance learning coming soon

What it covers: With an emphasis on practical application, successful learners will be able to:

  • advise on duties and manage construction risks under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015
  • recognise, assess and control a range of common construction hazards
  • develop safe systems of work
  • take part in incident investigations
  • advise on the roles, competencies and duties under construction legislation
  • positively influence health and safety culture
  • confidently challenge unsafe behaviours
  • help manage contractors.

Learning styles: This course is offered with Binnies as any of the following:

  • Face-to-face – minimum of ten working days, including assessments
  • Part-time day release (spread over at least ten weeks)
  • Open, distance or e-learning

Key learning areas:

  1. The foundations of construction health and safety management
  2. Improving health and safety culture and assessing risk
  3. Managing change and procedures
  4. Excavation
  5. Demolition
  6. Mobile plant and vehicles
  7. Working at height
  8. Musculoskeletal health and load handling
  9. Work equipment
  10. Electricity
  11. Fire
  12. Chemical and biological agents
  13. Physical and psychological health

An assessment day, set by NEBOSH, will be advised at the time of booking.

Intended audience: This qualification is designed for

  • construction site managers
  • contracts managers
  • site workers with health and safety responsibilities
  • construction health and safety advisers.

Examination and certification: The qualification is assessed by:

  • Open book examination based on a real life scenario. Learners will have 48 hours to download and complete their assessments.

A certificate of attainment, accredited to SCQF level 6 and RQF/CQFW level 3, will be issued by NEBOSH.

Professional recognition: Holders of the NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety are entitled to:

  • Associate Membership (AIOSH) of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). The qualification also meets the academic requirements for Technical Membership (Tech IOSH) of the IOSH
  • Associate Membership (AIIRSM) of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM).
    The qualification satisfies the requirements for Construction Safety Associate membership (AaPS) of the Association for Project Safety (APS) and it counts as a significant contribution towards the points required for Registered Membership (RMaPS) of the Association for Project Safety (APS).

 

NEBOSH HSE Award in Managing Risks and Risk Assessment at Work

Cost £300 + VAT
Face to face and online learning: 1 day at £300 + VAT
Included in the fee:

  • £50 assessment fee
  • Course workbook

What it covers: Understanding practical steps to protect people from harm while putting value back into risk assessment processes. Successful learners will be able to:

  • understand that risk management can protect people from real harm and suffering
  • understand how to identify hazards and the resources that can be used to assist
  • use simple HSE tools and methods to confidently manage risk and low to medium premises
  • evaluate risks in a proportionate and sensible manner.

Learning styles: This course is offered with Binnies as:

  • Face-to-face – one-day course including assessment
  • E-learning – one-day course including assessment

Key learning areas:

  1. Risk management process
  2. Moral, business and legal reasons
  3. Proportionate risk management
  4. Prioritising key risks
  5. Competency and worker consultation
  6. Identification, understanding and control
  7. Specific task risk assessments – fire, display screen equipment (DSE), noise, stress
  8. Dynamic risk assessment
  9. Prevention versus mitigation
  10. Introduction to the HSE risk assessment tools

There is a one-hour assessment at the end of the day.

Intended audience: This qualification is designed for anyone wanting to make a real difference with risk assessment.

Examination and certification: The qualification is assessed by:

  • undertaking a risk assessment based on a real life scenario. Learners will have one hour to complete their assessments, which will be marked by the tutor.

A certificate of attainment will be issued by NEBOSH and HSE.

Book a course

  • Coming soon

For a more tailored training package or to organise a group booking, please contact us.

Binnies is part of the RSK group of companies

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