Copolo & Coyde - Managing H&S in Construction Workshop

Copolo & Coyde - Managing H&S in Construction Workshop : Wednesday 23 May

1 Day

For all those engaged in construction projects, as client, designer, safety project coordinator, principal contractor, contractor and construction worker. The course aims to aid delegates to fully understand the importance of Health and Safety (Management in Construction) (Jersey) Regulations 2016, to ensure that individuals working in construction can work safer and comply with legislation without imposing undue burdens on businesses. On completion of this course, successful delegates will understand their personal and corporate responsibilities for implementing Health and Safety (Management in Construction) (Jersey) Regulations 2016, Managing Safety in Construction and furthermore they will understand the importance of the various roles involved and structural elements consistent with the Pre-Construction Information Pack, Construction Phase Plan and Health and Safety file.

Fee: £150.00 + GST per delegate

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