• Product Description

    This Operative and New Entrant Health and Safety Awareness course, approved by the UKCG, is aimed at those who have recently entered, or are about to enter, the specialist engineering sector of the Construction Industry as a member of the workforce. It will help them understand the main hazards that they may face at work on'site, what they need to do, and what to expect of others.

    It provides a sector-specific alternative to the Construction Skills one day Health and Safety Awareness course, by providing a detailed syllabus which is particularly relevant to mechanical and electrical contracting health and safety, plus relevant welfare and environmental issues that apply to this major industry sub-sector.

    This course is also accepted by the Joint Industry Board as an exemption for completing the ECS Health and Safety Assessment when applying for your ECS Card.

    If you would like to enquire about any of our courses or ask us about our bespoke or inhouse training opportunities please complete our enquiry form, alternatively please call 0333 015 6626 to speak to a member of our sales team.

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    Course Outline General health and safety at work | Manual handling operations | Reporting accidents | Personal protective equipment at work | Health and hygiene | Noise | Fire and emergency | Work at height | Work equipment | Special site hazards | Electrotechnical
    Duration 1 Day
    Learning Outcomes After completing this course you will know: The importance of your identified duties. What is expected of you on site. How you can contribute to the safety of the workplace. Improve your knowledge and understanding of health and safety standards in the UK.
    Who should attend This course is designed specifically for the construction operative category and new M&E operatives requiring access to construction sites for work purposes. It is also suitable for those requiring UKCG-approved Operative & New Entrant awareness training. Aimed at those who have recently entered the specialist engineering sector of the Construction Industry as a member of the workforce.