Who is the course for?
The CCNSG Supervising Safety Course is a one day course for staff with responsibility for supervising safety on engineering constructions sites. The aim of the course is to set the scene within the context of legislation and general health and safety requirements. Please contact David Bawler for more information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or phoning 01278 655106
Background to the Scheme
The Client/Contractor National Safety Group, or CCNSG, is a consortium of major industrialists from the power generation, steel, oil, gas and chemical industries who recognised the need to train contractors on basic safety to a common standard. The group has standardised basic safety training and devised a core curriculum which has now become a national training scheme.
Representatives from major clients serve on the CCNSG steering group and there is also representation from contractors, training providers, trade unions and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). The CCNSG meets regularly to ensure that standards are being maintained and that the content of the training scheme continues to meet current safety legislation and safety practices
What does the course involve?
The CCNSG Supervising Safety Course covers the following objectives:
Planning for safety:
- CDM regulations
- Risk assessments
- Exercise on planning for safety
- Toolbox talks
- How do you achieve your standards for safety?
- Getting the message across
Could you do better - review the process:
- Controls that can reduce risks
- Create a new risk assessment
What makes this course special?
- The CCNSG Safety Passport scheme is certified by the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB)
- The CCNSG Safety Passport is frequently a specified requirement for contractors wishing to work on engineering construction sites
A current CCNSG Safety Passport.
What are the assessment methods?
Assessment is via a test at the end of each session.
What are the progression options?
Once a CCNSG Supervising Safety Passport is held, the health and safety training requirements to apply for a supervisory post on many engineering construction sites will be met.