2 day CCNSG Course (Thursday & Friday) Thu 5th December 2013
- LocationBradley Stoke, Bristol, BS32 8BS
- VenueLP Training
The CCNSG is a two day course aimed at all personnel wishing to work on engineering construction sites and covers basic site safety. The CCNSG Safety Passport is often a pre-requisite for working on sites in industries such as oil, gas, chemical, manufacturing, nuclear and energy sectors.The aim of the CCNSG Safety Passport Scheme is to ensure a basic knowledge of health and safety for all site personnel to enable them, after appropriate site induction, to work on site more safely with lower risk to themselves and others.The CCNSG National Course is a two day course for basic site safety. The CCNSG National Course is valid for three years from the date of the course. The award of the Safety Passport is subject to the candidate successfully completing an 80 question multiple-choice test paper.The CCNSG National Course covers the following objectives:
- Safe Behaviours at Work
- Consequences of good/bad safety
- Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Risk Assessments
- What is Hazard?
- What is Risk?
- Hierarchy of Control
- As low as Reasonably Practical
- Fire Safety
- Manual Handling
- Confined Space
- Working at Height
- Site Transport
Successful candidates receive a plasticised photographic pass that is valid for three years and transferable across sites - an invaluable tool for both employers and employees in this highly mobile and geographically dispersed industry.On completion of the 2 day CCNSG National Course you will receive a temporary CCNSG card which will be valid for 6 weeks from the date of the course. Your permanent CCNSG card will then be posted out to your address.