Coppolo & Coyde - Managing H&S In construction - Revised Regulations workshop

Coppolo & Coyde - Managing H&S In construction - Revised Regulations workshop : Thursday 16 February

Confused about the new Construction Regulations? Do you work in construction or are you planning a construction project?

The Health and Safety (Management in Construction) (Jersey) Regulations 2016 came into force on 1st October 2016

(see for guidance and further information on the regulations).

This workshop aims to aid delegates to fully understand the importance of the Health and Safety (Management in Construction) (Jersey) Regulations 2016, to ensure that individuals working in construction (including general building and construction work, refurbishment work, maintenance and repair, engineering construction and civil engineering) can work safer and comply with legislation without imposing undue burdens on businesses.  

It is also for client’s - somebody for whom a construction project is carried out. The definition covers both non-domestic clients, i.e. ‘commercial clients’ and ‘domestic clients’, however, there is an important distinction between how the duties imposed by the Regulations are discharged between the two types of client. The Regulations apply in full to commercial clients, but for domestic clients the duties pass onto the designer. Where there is no designer, the duties pass to the contractor in control of the project.

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.

Designed For:

For those engaged in construction projects, as clients, designers, health & safety project coordinators, principal contractors, contractors and construction workers.

Course:    Managing Health and Safety in Construction Workshop

Dates:      Thursday 16th February 2017

Fee:           £150.00+ GST per delegate

Venue:     Ommaroo Hotel, Jersey

Key Topics:

  • Health & Safety at Work (Jersey) Law, 1989
  • Objectives of Health and Safety (Management in Construction) (Jersey) Regulations 2016
  • Roles of client, designer, health & safety project coordinator, principal contractor, contractors and construction worker
  • Hazard recognition at the design stage
  • Construction techniques and site conditions
  • Construction activities
  • Risk Assessment and Method Statements
  • Pre-Construction Information
  • Construction Phase Plan Elements
  • Construction Phase Health and Safety File Elements
  • Case studies

Course Assessment:

A certificate of training will be awarded to successful individuals who complete the course and pass the course assessment

If you would like to make a course booking please complete the attached booking form and email back to Suzie Parker at . (Bookings will only be confirmed on receipt of a completed booking form).

If you require any further information, please contact us on 01534 870456.

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