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Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) Refresher
Delegates taking the SSSTS Refresher course will have an overview of the learning outcomes listed below.
- Health and safety law –
Describe the purpose of health and safety legislation and the different legislative requirements that must be followed to ensure this is achieved.
- Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM) –
Explain how the CDM Regulations are used to support health and safety on site.
- Health and safety management systems –
Describe how to develop, maintain and monitor a health and safety management system.
- Risk assessments and method statements –
Write and use risk assessments and method statements to ensure a safe working environment.
- Statutory inspections and checks –
Outline how to complete statutory inspections and checks for a construction site.
- Reporting accidents, injuries and ill health –
Describe how to report accidents, injuries and ill-health that may occur in the construction industry.
- Leadership and worker engagement –
Explain how good leadership and worker engagement can aid in protecting the workforce.
- Health and welfare of the workforce –
Explain how to protect the health and welfare of the workforce in the construction industry.
- First aid and emergency procedures –
Explain how to manage first aid and emergency procedures for a construction site.
- Hazardous substances –
Explain how to identify and handle hazardous substances associated with working on a construction site.
- Asbestos –
Outline the risks to health posed by asbestos, and the basic legal requirements to manage those risks.
- Dust and fumes –
Outline how to control exposure to dust and fumes (respiratory hazards) for workers on a construction site.
- Noise and vibration –
Explain how to control exposure to noise and vibration for construction workers.
- Manual handling –
Outline how to properly undertake manual handling activities when lifting loads.
- Site set up and security –
Identify factors to be considered when setting up a construction site.
- Fire prevention and control –
Identify the main fire hazard risks and identify basic requirements for fire safety on site.
- Electricity –
Identify the dangers of electricity and good working practices for working on, or near to, live electrical circuits and with electrical tools and equipment.
- Plant and work equipment –
State the importance of control and the management of plant, transport and work equipment on site.
- Lifting operations and lifting equipment –
Identify the basic requirements for safe lifting operations, equipment and accessories and the steps required to ensure safety.
- Working at height –
Describe the key principles for working safely at height.
- Excavations –
Outline the main hazards and control considerations for excavation work.
- Underground and overhead services –
Describe how to locate, identify and plan for work near underground and overhead services.
- Confined spaces –
Describe the main hazards and safety considerations for working in a confined space.
- Temporary works –
Describe the main duties of temporary works supervisors.
- Environmental awareness –
State your role in environmental awareness on site.
- Pollution –
State your role in preventing pollution.
- Waste materials –
Explain how environmental damage can occur from improper management of waste materials.
- Nuisance –
Explain your part in reducing nuisance, noise, dust and light.
Southampton: 09 Dec 2020
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