IOSH SHE for Construction Site Managers

This IOSH Safety, Health and Environment for  Construction Site Managers (SHECSM) training course is designed for construction site managers working in the UK or overseas. The course provides practical health and safety information and legal information that site managers need to understand.

It provides an overview of health and safety management fundamentals and explores common construction site hazards and their controls.

The Course Includes:

Comprehensive yet concise explanation

Digital certificate on completion*

Simple login & user access

The latest industry best practice

Six months to complete the course once registered

Learning Outcomes:

Understand the key elements of construction site safety and environmental elements

Gain awareness of risk assessment on construction sites

Identify risks and safety violations for subsequent risk control

Learn the steps to deal with accidents and emergencies on construction projects

This training course is approved by:

Original price was: £225.00.Current price is: £175.00. +VAT

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About IOSH SHE for Construction Site Managers

Construction site managers play a vital role in ensuring the safety of those that work on their sites or may be affected by their operations. Along with the duty to protect individuals, site managers also have a responsibility to protect heritage, ecology and the environment.

The IOSH SHECSM training course is designed for anyone with managerial duties that works in construction.

Why Is IOSH SHE for Construction Site Managers Training Course Important?

The construction sector has statistically poor health and safety records. The rate of fatality in the industry is almost four times that across other injuries.

Some 81,000 suffer from work-related ill health in construction and 61,000 non-fatal injuries per year, according to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

Any organisation operating in the construction sector has a moral responsibility to do its part to prevent construction site accidents and ill health from occurring. Along with this, comes a legal and financial obligation to do so. Failure to properly manage the hazards on a construction site can result in serious fines and imprisonment, as well as irreparable damage to organisations.

Course Outline

Four Modules

Approximately 24 Hours

This training course covers the following modules:

  • Construction Site Hazards, Risks, and Impacts
  • Health Safety and the Environment In Construction Practices
  • The Lawful Principles Underpinning Health and Safety
  • Construction Law and How it Affects the Operation of Sites
  • How to Manage a Site so that Employees Understand their Responsibilities and Remain Engaged
  • Arrangements to Support Competency
  • Principles Behind Risk Assessment and Risk Control
  • Principles Behind the Performance
  • Necessary Arrangements to Set up a Site
  • How to Implement and Monitor Traffic On-site?
  • How Risk Assessment and Risk Control Work In Practice
  • Site Security and Site Rules
  • The Risks and Methods of Control for a Range of Site Hazards
  • Site Management Actions to Ensure the Controls are Working
  • Requirements for Health and Safety Inspections
  • How to Respond to, Evaluate, and Report Accidents On-site?
  • How to Implement Corrective Action?
  • The Risks & Methods of Control for a Range of Site Hazards
  • Including Site Management Actions to Ensure These Controls are Working as They Should
  • Requirements to Keep in Mind for Health & Safety Inspections
  • How to Respond, Evaluate, and Report any Incident On-site?
  • How to Implement Corrective Action?

Why Choose IOSH SHE for Construction Site Managers Training Course with Human Focus?

Study any time & in bite-size sessions

Less costly than a classroom training

Discounts on volume purchases

Excellent trainee support

Reduce accidents by following safety guidelines

Ensure construction projects have minimal work injuries

Provide a precedent for managerial responsibilities on construction projects

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IOSH SHE for Construction Site Managers Certification

IOSH SHE for Construction Site Managers Certification

End of Course Assessment

At the end of the course, trainees will be asked to complete a theory test and a practical risk assessment to earn their certification.

The end of course test is:

  • 100% online
  • Multiple choice

A score of 80% is required to pass the test.

The end of course practical assessment:

Users are given two weeks from completion of the theory test to return the risk assessment. This will be externally assessed by an IOSH approved marker.

Approved Certification

Upon successful completion, the trainee’s digital certificate will be claimed by Human Focus directly from IOSH.

IOSH will issue the certificate within 28 days.

*If you require a paper certificate, please select the option at the checkout, additional fees will apply.

What does my certificate include?

The IOSH SHE for Construction Site Managers certificate includes:

  • Trainee’s name
  • Course name
  • Date of completion
  • Name of the approval body

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