Site Management Safety Training Scheme Re-certification - SMSTS Refresher

By: UTN Training  08/09/2010
Keywords: Health and Safety, Safety, safety training

The two-day refresher course aims to:

  • Improve awareness of recent developments in construction, legislation and health, safety, welfare and environmental issues:
  • Identify measures that will assist the practical implementation of responsibilities established by new legislation, and new working practices

At the end of the period of training, delegates will be:
  • Aware of, and able to implement all updated health, safety, welfare and environmental legislation which affects them in their role as manager.
  • Aware of and be able to implement new guidance and industry of best practice
  • More aware of their duties and responsibilities with regards to health, safety, welfare and the environment.

A highly participative course, with case study exercises for House Building, Civil Engineering, Factories & ancillary buildings, Demolitions, Refurbishment and New Roads & Street Works.

Delivery is via power point presentation enhanced with videos

Courses can be arranged to meet client's timetables and work schedules. As an alternative places can be booked onto our open / multi client based courses

As little as 1 delegate on our open scheduled courses. In-company courses can be arranged for a minimum or 10 and accommodate a maximum of 20.

  • GE 700

The delegate who successfully completes this course will recieve an accredited CITB Site Safety Plus certificate.

This course meets the criteria for CITB grants.

The UTN administration section will give full support for the application of this grant.

UTN provide each delegate with a buffet on all our full day courses.

The delegate who currently holds a Site Management Safety Training Scheme certificate has a 6 month grace period between the certificate expiry date and the attendance of this refresher course.  If the delegate exceeds this 6 months then they would have to attend the full 5 day site management safety training course again.

Keywords: construction training, Health and Safety, health and safety training, Safety, safety training, site management, Site Management Safety, Site Safety Plus