This course will run over 1 working day and will be based on the 2 overviews below.
SPA Safety Passport Core Day This course forms the first day of the SPA Safety Passport programme and is often taken as a course in its own right to provide a general health and safety awareness across the industry. It can also be taken as day 1 of an industry sector training programme, with day 2 consisting of the relevant industry sector module. Increasingly a Safety Passport is required before a contractor is permitted on site. This course allows the successful delegate to demonstrate to potential clients their competency through a nationally recognised Passport scheme.
Who should attend All persons who are required to enter a site operating the Safety Passport Scheme as well as personnel at all levels who need a general overview of health and safety and its impact on their work.
Aims and objectives Develop the delegate's awareness of health and safety issues and to ensure that they understand the main hazards associated with their workplace.
Course Contents - Introduction to health and safety law and safe systems of work - Workplace safety - Fire precautions and procedures - Accidents and first aid - Hazardous substances - Manual Handling - Noise at work
Multi-choice question papers. The programme is assessed and moderated by SPA. Safety Passports are issued to successful candidates.
SPA Passport to Safety [PTS] Mineral & Extraction [Quarries] Sector Module The course is designed for managers and employees of companies working in the mineral extraction business - to provide basic safety training prior to entering premises operating the 'Passport to Safety' scheme. One day of basic training [Core Day] is followed up by 1 day of sector-specific training [Mineral & Extraction Sector].
Who should attend All persons who are required to enter a site operating the Safety Passport scheme and are involved in mineral and extraction work. Candidates already possessing the CCNSG Safety Passport only have to complete the Sector-Specific Day.
Aims and objectives Develop the delegate's awareness of health and safety issues related to mineral and extraction work. To ensure that they understand the main hazards associated with this type of work.
Content • Health and Safety Management of Quarries • Safe working cranes and heavy lifting equipment • Safe working excavations and confined spaces • Working at heights
Assessment method Multi-choice question papers.
Certification The programme is assessed and moderated by SPA. Safety Passports are issued to successful candidates.
The course either has new dates in data loading, or is only run as a dedicated or In Company course.