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Level 3 CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme

Level 3 CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme

The CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme, or SMSTS for short, is a health and safety course which is intended for project managers, site managers and senior supervisors, as well as proprietors of smaller companies.

A broad range of topics are covered on SMSTS courses, such as undertaking suitable risk assessments for a construction site, scaffolding, electricity, fire safety, confined spaces, CDM and much more. This makes SMSTS training essential for construction site managers in order to comply with all associated legislation, as well as ensuring a safe construction site, which is extremely important as the sheer number of dangers means that those working in the construction industry spend their time in some of the most hazardous of working environments.

Course fees:

Material: £0.00 Exam: £ 0.00 Tuition: £595.00

Awarding Body:

CITB
What You Will Learn
Entry Requirements
Key topics of the Site Management Safety Training Scheme include:
  • Duties under The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM) 2015
  • Duties under The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974
  • Identification of on-site hazards COSHH / Working at Height etc.)
  • Site safety monitoring
Courses is intended for project managers, site managers and senior supervisors, as well as proprietors of smaller companies.