BOHS Certificate in Controlling Health Risks in Construction

BOHS Certificate in Controlling Health Risks in Construction

Safety Training

BOHS Certificate in Controlling Health Risks in Construction

Course Date(s) 14th February 2018

Aims:

This new, 1-day course is the only one of its type, and has been specifically designed to assist construction supervisors and managers in upskilling their workforce in the basics of health risk management and control.


Course Content:

This 1-day course has been designed to provide training for construction site supervisors and managers, so they can better recognise and control the health risks specific to their workplace, by:

Identifying the most commonly present health hazards found on construction sites such as dust and noise
Understanding the principals of risk control
Identifying the measures needed to control common health risks from construction activities

What are the benefits of the course?

This is the only 1-day construction course which adequately covers the control of health risks. It:

Will ensure that personnel are trained to recognise and control workplace hazards
Will enable personnel to be better equipped, to ensure workers’ health is better protected
Provides a highly cost-effective and convenient form of training: 1 day’s classroom learning, with 2 hours’ prior e-learning

What does the course cover?

The aim of the course is for students to develop their knowledge of health and safety management by learning how to recognise and control the most common health risks found on construction sites, and where to find further information and advice if required.


Course Duration

1 day

Number of Delegates

15

Certification

Delegates will receive a certificate from teh BOHS upon completion

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