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Commercial Training at the Grimsby Institute Group
Commercial Training at the Grimsby Institute Group
0800 012 6656 or training@grimsby.ac.uk
Level 1 CITB CSCS Card / IOSH Working Safely

Level 1 CITB CSCS Card / IOSH Working Safely

Health and safety training is not only critical to ensuring safe working practices and in reducing workplace accidents, but its also a legal requirement under numerous health and safety laws, such as the Health and Safety etc. Act. 1974.

This course is suitable for anyone in any sector who requires essential health and safety training.

Learners will also benefit by gaining a nationally recognised certificate in health and safety training that meets governments guidelines and is a 100 per cent match to the Health and Safety Executive passport syllabus.

The one day programme when completed and achieved allows you to sit the on-line CSCS Test in order to gain your Construction Site Operatives Green Card.

Course fees:

Material: £0.00 Exam: £ 55.00 Tuition: £145.00

Awarding Body:

What You Will Learn
Entry Requirements
    The intended learning outcome is that the candidate will be able to:
  • Identify what is required to work safely
  • Recognise hazards and risk
  • Identify common hazards
  • Improve safety performance
  • To know how to protect the environment
    The syllabus is divided into the following Modules:
  • Module One: Overview
  • Module Two: An Introduction To Working Safely
  • Module Three: Defining Hazard and Risk
  • Module Four: Identifying Common Hazards
  • Module Five: Improving Safety Performance