This NEBOSH Construction Certificate qualification covers the core health and safety issues involved in construction and aims to provide candidates with the practical skills and technical knowledge to manage construction workplace hazards.
In construction, utilities and other related industries, employers find that the NEBOSH Health and Safety Management for Construction Certificate gives staff a sound understanding of managing workplace risks.
Enrolling staff on this course enables industry employers to improve the safety culture within their organisation, helping them to minimise workplace risks and injuries, as well as complying with the Construction Design and Management (CDM) Regulations.
Who is this NEBOSH Construction Certificate suitable for?
The NEBOSH Health and Safety Management for Construction course is ideal for those working in the construction industry, including:
- Construction Site Managers/Supervisors
- Contractor Managers
- Construction Health & Safety Advisors
If you wish to build a career in construction health and safety, this course offers the foundation you need to improve your skills and knowledge.
- Health and safety culture
- CDM (Construction Design and Management) roles and responsibilities
- Assessing construction site risk
- Managing change
- Mobile plant and vehicles
- Work equipment
- Electrical safety
- Fire safety
- Chemical & Biological Health Hazards and Risk Control
- Physical & Psychological Health
- Working at Height
- Excavation and Demolition
- Demolition & Deconstruction – Hazards & Risk Control
- Effectively manage health and safety on a construction site
- Identify and control common workplace hazards on a construction site
- Understand the UK’s legal requirements for managing health and safety in construction
- Understand the importance and critical elements of health and safety management systems
- Be aware of the duties of clients, designers, principal designers, principal contractors and contractors under the Construction Regulations 2015
- Conduct and participate in incident investigations
- Apply the principles and practice of risk assessment
- Identify and assess construction workplace hazards, such as those associated with excavation, working at height, demolition and workplace transport safety
- Use methods for controlling identified workplace hazards within the construction industry
- Advise on duties under constructions legislation
- Manage contractors safely
An open book examination - Candidates will have 48 hours to complete this written examination from home. Candidates are required to answer a set of questions relating to a real-life scenario.
NEBOSH external examiners will evaluate the open-book assessment.
This provider's pass rate for this course is in excess of 90%.
Prices includes exam fees, course materials, textbook, lunch and refreshments.