NEBOSH NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN CONSTRUCTION HEALTH & SAFETY
- Exam(s) / assessment(s) not included in price & must be purchased separately
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NEBOSH is the awarding organisation of choice for Health & Safety Professionals. The NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Safety has become one of the most recognised and sought after qualifications in the construction industry. It share s the NGC1 common module with the General Certificate but includes and additional week’s learning to cover the higher risks associated with construction operations. The ‘Construction Certificate’ is divided in to 3 units, NGC1, covering Health and Safety Foundations, Law and Management Systems, NCC1 covering the control of workplace hazards in the construction environment and NCC2, a work-based practical assessment consisting of a site inspection and report.
- Foundations of Health & Safety
- Health & Safety Management Systems
- Health & Safety Culture
- Monitoring, Review & Audit
- Accident Investigation & Reporting
- Construction Law & Management
- CDM Regulations
- Construction Related Hazards
- Excavation & Confined Space Hazards
- Manual Handling Hazards
- Electrical & Fire Hazards
- Chemical & Biological Health
- Physical & Psychological Health
- Equipment Hazards & Control
- Workplace Safety Inspections & Reporting
Anybody with Managerial Health and Safety responsibilities in a construction setting should set the acquisition of this qualification as a key goal to fulfilling their role. Likewise if your interest is to become a Site Health and Safety Manager this is your ideal starting point.
Two written Exams (NGC1 & NCC1) and Project (NCC2)
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