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The Benefits Of Attending A CITB SMSTS Course

This course is for you if you’re considering, or already have, responsibilities for planning, organising, monitoring, controlling and administering groups of staff e.g. site manager.

The CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme covers all relevant legislation affecting safe working in the building, construction and civil engineering industries. It highlights the need for risk assessment in the workplace, the implementation of the necessary control measures, and adequate communication to sustain a health and safety culture within the workforce

The course aims to help site managers to:

  • Manage and implement health, safety and environmental aspects on site, in accordance with current legal provisions and within the context of their management role

  • Implement new guidance and industry best practice

  • Develop an understanding of responsibility and accountability for site health, safety, welfare and the environment

  • Recognise that a safe site is efficient, economical, productive and environmentally friendly.

At the end of the course you will be able to:

  • implement all health, safety, welfare and environmental legislation affecting your daily work

  • implement new guidance and industry best practice

  • state your duties and responsibilities with regards to health, safety, welfare and the environment

Certification for this course is valid for 5 years, and to remain certified in this area, you will need to take a 2 day refresher course before the expiry date on your certificate, otherwise the full course will need to be retaken.

Do you hold, or are you about to hold, the role of a site manager? Ensure you know how to manage and implement health, safety and environmental aspects on site!

Feel free to get in contact if you require CITB SMSTS Training:

01782 438813

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