CCNSG National Course

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Address:201 The Waterfront, Stonehouse Business Park, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 3UT

Duration:2 days

Date:06/12/2021 - 07/12/2021

Timings:8:30 am - 4:30 pm

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" Very well conducted, easily understandable with good practical experience. 10/10. "

Alan Dick Communications

" An excellent and very helpful course. The visual aids, hand outs and the instructor were all excellent. 10/10. "

Alan Dick Communications

" All the topics covered were very helpful to me and my colleagues. Thank-you for the instruction. 10/10. "

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  • Price:£150.00 + VAT
  • Spaces Available:Limited Spaces
  • Duration:2 days
  • Dates:06/12/2021 - 07/12/2021
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Who

This CCNSG National course is for candidates who wants up to date basic knowledge of Health & Safety and is suitable for all all client contractors employees

Aims

C&G Services passport training scheme is a way of ensuring that contractor personnel are trained and assessed to a minimum safety level. This training course is designed to train operatives to meet the standard and receive the CCNSG Passport Card.

Outline

Course Content:

Session 1 Understanding personal site safety responsibilities:

  • Appreciate the scale of harm caused to people through poor health and safety performance
  • Understand the causes of accidents and incidents and the impact of personal behaviour and decision making in accident/incident prevention.
  • Appreciate the consequences of positive and negative attitudes to safety.
  • Understand the concept of “hazard”, “risk” and the importance of having and using adequate control measures.
  • Delegates will participate in class discussions and activities on a number of topics including
  • the benefits of the CCNSG scheme, how injury and fatality rates could be improved, why people behave unsafely.

Session 2 H & S legislation, regulations and safe working practices:

  • Explain the status of Acts, Regulations, ACOP and guidance notes.
  • Raise awareness of the main requirements of HASAWA relating employers and employees and possible sources of information on health and safety
  • Through discussion consider the consequences of incidents and accidents.
  • Raise awareness of the role of Safety Representatives
  • Understand matters that must be reported to the HSE and the need to investigate incidents and accidents
  • Through discussion appreciate the powers of HSE Inspectors
  • Raise awareness of safe systems of work including the principles of risk assessment and the hierarchy of controls, the use of a Permit to Work System

Session 3 Common hazards at work

  • An awareness of common hazards at work and the associated safe sys-tems/procedures that are commonly adopted in workplaces

An increased understanding/awareness of:

  • Why certain rules and procedures are in place.
  • The importance of co-operating with the organisation(s) in con-trol of the work.
  • The importance of personally raising concerns and reporting certain matters.

Session 4 Other hazards, safety signs and the provision of PPE.

  • Best practice in care of the environment
  • An awareness of some specific hazards at work and the associated safe systems/procedures that are commonly adopted in workplaces.
  • An increased appreciation of the need to co-operate with employers, clients and other stakeholders in following safe systems of work.
  • An increased awareness of best practice on environmental issues and the need to follow rules and procedures.