The NEBOSH Construction Certificate is a nationally recognised qualification for both, those with construction management responsibilities, and for those who are required to provide routine, dayto-day advice on health, safety and welfare in construction work.
Who Should Attend?
The NEBOSH Specialist Certificate in Construction Safety and Health provides a qualification for those with an interest in or have responsibility for health, safety and welfare in construction work. There are no formal requirements other than the ability to write a short report. An appreciation of examination skills and the ability to learn from study is an advantage.
1. Nationally recognised certificate in health, safety and welfare in the construction industry.
2. Increased confidence in discharging health and safety duties on site.
3. Identify the main hazards and unsafe practices associated with construction work and know the appropriate preventative measures.
4. Monitor management policies, procedures and performance in ensuring health and safety in construction work.
5. Use proactive & reactive strategies to prevent or control the risk of accidents & ill-health.
6. Investigate events which led, or might have led, to death, injury or ill-health; prepare formal reports and make logical and cost effective proposals to prevent a repetition.
7. Liase with clients, occupiers, sub-contractors and outside authorities on health and safety matters.
8. Select appropriate safety monitoring techniques, undertake workplace inspections, identify unsafe working practices and suggest remedial action.
Successful delegates will be awarded with the nationally recognised qualification. Delegates will be assessed through practical and written examination set by NEBOSH.
Usually 8.45am start. Course times will be confirmed in the joining instructions once the course has been booked.