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NEBOSH Health and Safety Management for Construction Online Course

NEBOSH Health and Safety Management for Construction Online Course

162 Hours 162 Hours
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If you’re a supervisor, site manager or CDM coordinator in the construction industry, it’s your job to make sure everyone is working safely on site. By studying for the NEBOSH Health and Safety Management for Construction Certificate as an online course, you’ll learn how to minimise risk to staff and contractors by putting key measures in place, spot common hazards, challenge dangerous behaviour and manage risk.

Whether you’re managing a building or overseeing a temporary workplace, this updated and re-launched (2021) e-learning course from NEBOSH allows you to learn the foundations of health and safety at your own pace, with reference materials you can refer back to.

The recommended study time is 108 hours and will include online reading materials (which can be downloaded for offline study), activities, video summaries and mock assessments.  Delegates will be able to complete the training on any of the following devices: PC, laptop or tablet.  An expert team of mentors will be available to offer full learning support throughout the duration of the online course. They can be contacted by phone, email, Skype or via a technical tutor support messaging system.

The NEBOSH Certificate is accepted by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) as it meets the academic requirements for Technician Membership of IOSH (Tech IOSH). It’s also accepted by The International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM), for associate membership.

Objectives

By the end of this e-learning NEBOSH course, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to:

  • Understand and implement the requirements of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015
  • Manage health and safety on a construction site
  • Improve standards to create a safe working environment
  • Explain the legal obligations of working on construction sites
  • Recognise common health and safety hazards
  • Understand the various health and safety responsibilities of key construction workers, contractors and designers
  • Educate co-workers in safety legislation and manage contractors
  • Carry out an effective risk assessment
  • Investigate a range of workplace incidents
  • Understand the dangers of working at height, transporting materials, excavation and demolition
  • Further your career through leadership, effective site management, sharp decision making and inspiring safe working practices

Agenda

With the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 as a guide, this NEBOSH Health and Safety Management for Construction Certificate will cover the following subject areas:

  • The foundations of construction health and safety
  • Health and safety culture
  • Construction-related safety issues
  • Site management and security
  • Assessing a construction site and implementing control measures
  • Human behaviour and influence
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Managing change
  • Emergency procedures
  • Working safely in confined spaces
  • Excavation and its hazards
  • The dangers of working at height
  • Demolition – risks and assessment
  • Site vehicles and plant
  • Protecting others
  • Physical health issues, musculoskeletal and limb disorders
  • Working near water
  • Safety measures for work equipment
  • Power cables, fire-fighting and hazardous substances
  • Psychological health issues including noise, vibration and radiation
  • Looking after your and co-workers’ mental health
  • Violence at work

Assessment

*  Written and practical exams are charged at an additional fee. Please contact one of the team to request a suitable date and location *

To gain this NEBOSH qualification, you’ll need to complete an open book exam, which you can complete at home or another quiet space where you can focus.

  • You’ll be asked to answer a series of questions based on a real-life workplace scenario, as well as a risk assessment task. To pass, you’ll need to use evidence from the scenario along with the knowledge you’ve gained through the course.
  • You will be given 48 hours to submit your paper to the NEBOSH-appointed external examiner, although you can expect to finish in around five hours.
  • After completing the exam, you’ll be interviewed by video call, to talk through the tasks and verify that the work you’ve submitted is your own. During the interview, which lasts around 15 minutes, the examiner will ask to confirm your identity using photo ID.

NEBOSH’s external examiners will mark the assessments.  Students are notified of their results 10-12 weeks after the exams. Certification is issued by NEBOSH after results have been announced.

You are responsible for submitting your assessments within agreed timescales. If you don’t meet these deadlines, you risk failing the course.

Who is this Course for?

This online course is suitable for anyone responsible for the safety of a construction site or temporary workplace, such as site managers, supervisors, site designers and CDM coordinators. In addition, this course offers valuable insight to those working in broadcasting or utilities, where temporary sites are used.

Prerequisites

Written and practical exams are charged at an additional fee. Please contact one of the team to request a suitable date and location.

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