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See the Book a Course procedure for the venue details or click here for the Course Location Map. We are located in the south east of England.
The course will be run daily from 09.30 – 15.30. There will be 45 minutes for lunch and comfort breaks throughout the course. There is a restaurant on site where you will be able to purchase lunch. Light refreshments will provided free of charge (Tea & Coffee) throughout the course.
If you have transport difficulties or think you will be late for the course start times, please call the following free phone number: 08000 897055.
Advanced Safety Training Services is recognised by the ECITB as a Centre for the CCNSG Nationally Accredited Safety Passport.
The passport is issued on successful completion of the course, and is valid for three years.
It is required by power generation sites, refineries, petrochemical sites, process industries and many other sites such as paper mills before entry on the site will be permitted.
These courses are delivered by specialist Health and Safety lecturers who are accustomed to working with a wide range of trainee abilities. All lecturers who deliver these courses have to undergo training in the delivery of this course and hold a trainer qualification issued by the Safety Trainers’ Forum as well as being professionally qualified lecturers. The aim of the courses is to raise the Health and Safety awareness of all concerned, not to produce Health and Safety experts.
This course is for anyone requiring a Safety Passport, when carrying out repairs or maintenance on Client sites.
All delegates must produce their National Insurance number, plus two passport-size photographs.
The course content is determined by the CCNSG and reflects the knowledge that the clients require of any contractor who enters their site. It is intended to supplement rather than replace site specific induction.
The instruction is theoretical rather than practical, and includes a multi-choice answer test after each session. Candidates must pass each test. Should a candidate fail to achieve a pass grade on any test (s)he will be given the opportunity to re-sit that paper. The candidate must pass this re-sit and any remaining tests first time round, in order to gain the safety passport.
Anyone who does not achieve the required number of test pass grades will need to attend a new course a later date, although they are welcome to continue to participate in the course (but not any further tests) in order to be better prepared the next time round.
There are 4 sessions:
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- Safe Behaviour at Work
- Includes Why accidents occur in the workplace
- The purpose of rules set by legislation, by client sites and by employers
- The meaning of reasonable practicability in health and safety
- Duties at Work
- Shaping behaviour in the workplace
- The role of Health and Safety Enforcement Officers
- A Safe Place of Work
- Working at Height
- Fire Risk Control
- Site Vehicles
- Hazard and Risk
- Control of Risk
- Confined Spaces
- Work permits
- Safe Systems of Work
- Requirements of PUWER
- Requirements of LOLER
- Working with electricity
- Isolation of Energy sources and other Hazards
- Safe Manual Handling
- Common Safety Problems and Safe Solutions
- Reporting Accidents
- First Aid
- Hazardous Substances
- The Environment
- Personal Protective Equipment
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