Coppolo & Coyde - Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS)

Coppolo & Coyde - Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) : Monday 13 March

The SMSTS Course is a nationally recognised qualification that ensures candidates understand their key responsibilities and accountability for site safety, health, welfare and the environment. A two day course refresher is available for those candidates who have sat the SMSTS certificate in the past five years.

Designed for:

The course is intended for site managers and trainee site managers working in the construction industry who require a nationally recognised site safety qualification.

Key topics:

The Health & Safety at Work Act
Construction Design and Management Regulations
Risk Assessment/Method Statements
Recent changes in accepted work practices
Behavioral Safety
Management of Occupational Health
Electricity
Excavations
Working at Height
Scaffolding
Demolition
Confined Spaces

Course  Assessment:                 Continuous assessment via individual and group exercises, plus a multiple choice test.
Duration: 5 Days
Course Verifier: Construction Industry Training Board via Astra Training

For full details and how to book your place, please click here.  

Course Info: for further info/course dates/fees please email training@copcoy.com

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