The structure of the NEBOSH construction
course is modular. It contains three key units, based on the themes of Management of Health and Safety (NG1), Managing and Controlling Hazards in Construction Activities (NCC1) and Construction Health and Safety Practical Application (NCC2). These are then further divided up into individual study elements. As the course is specifically tailored to dealing with the particular of the construction industry, the NCC1 Module Managing and Controlling Hazards in the Construction Industry, is the longest and contains 12 modules. These include law and management in construction, site hazards and controls, vehicle and plant movement, musculoskeletal hazards, work equipment risk control, electrical safety, fire safety, chemical safety, physical and psychological safety, working at height, excavation safety and demolition safety.
There is now a choice available to candidates that wish to complete the NEBOSH construction course. One option is to complete it by distance learning. In this case, all the learning materials will be posted out to you, so you can work through them at your own pace. The advantages of completing the NEBOSH construction
course by distance learning is that is it cheaper than a face to face course, you can work at a speed comfortable to you and you can decide when you are ready to take the exam (Please note that there is a time limit on exam deferrals and possible charges so do consult your training provider before booking).