Pro-active promotion of a positive health and safety culture starts from the top of the organisation.
This course gives is specifically aimed at Directors within the Construction industry, including those without direct operational responsibilities. It is a one day course intended to highlight the potentially serious implications of not complying with health and safety regulations and the costs of non-compliance, both financial and human.
Open course dates for this course will be available at venues throughout the United Kingdom, but dedicated courses can also be arranged where there are sufficient delegates.
The Directors’ Role for Health and Safety course includes:
- An understanding of the health and safety legislative framework associated with the construction industry and the duties and responsibilities of Directors.
- The economic cost of accidents and the moral and human costs that can be associated with them.
- The importance of assessing risks to determine appropriate control measures.
- Competency issues and the use limitations of external assistance.
To pass the course delegates must attend the whole day of the course and successfully pass a multiple choice questionnaire at the end of the course.
Upon successful completion of the course, candidates will receive a certificate that is valid for 5 years.