CITB SSP Site Managers Safety Training Scheme - Refresher - Monks Training Services
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CITB SSP Site Managers Safety Training Scheme – Refresher

CITB SSP Site Managers Safety Training Scheme – Refresher


  • 22nd to 23rd April
  • 13th to 14th May

Please call 01772623017 or email

Course Overview

This SMSTS refresher course is for project managers, site managers and supervisors, business owners and clients, covering:

Day 1

  • Health and Safety: facts and figures, accident prevention.
  • Health and Safety and The Manager: types of work, range of activities, the role of a manager, and the results of failing to manage health and safety.
  • Health and Safety and the legal system in the UK: Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HASWA), and executing Health and Safety legislation.
  • Risk assessments and risk management: quantitative/qualitative, assessing risks, The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, and control measures.
  • Health and Safety Management Systems: HSG65, the benefits of good health and safety, and Do, Check Act.
  • Working at Height Regulations 2005: scaffold inspection, safety provisions (ladders, harness, fall arrest), scaffolding types, risk assessments, working at heights hazards.
  • RIDDOR: reporting injuries and the types of injuries.
  • First Aid Provision: the HSE recommendations for first aid,  first aid equipment, and first aid staff.

Day 2

  • The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015: key regulations changes, the construction phase plan and information on duty holders.
  • Various legislation: COSHH Regulations; Noise at Work Regulations, Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998, and Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998, Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, and Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005.
  • Construction hazards: Safety signs, fire safety, confined spaces, excavation.
  • Occupational health: drugs and alcohol in the workplace and mental health awareness.
  • Assessment: The tutor will assess the delegates throughout the training. On the final day, you also must present in front of other group members and complete a 25 question examination.