How the CCNSG Safety Passport Course Will Benefit Your Business
The CCNSG Safety Passport National Course has been designed for sub-contractor personnel and employees that work within the maintenance and installation segments of the engineering and construction industry. This nationally recognised qualification is a must for businesses working in this sector in the UK. Read on to discover more about it and the reasons why you should send your employees on this course.
What is the CCNSG Safety Passport Scheme?
The CCNSG Safety Passport is a qualification that is recognised across the UK. It has been designed to provide essential and mandatory knowledge to those working on engineering and construction sites. The course lasts for two days. A number of topics are covered to make sure that contractors improve their awareness of environmental and health and safety matters.
There are 10 modules in the course, which are as follows:
– Introduction to health and safety law, including Permit To Work
– Safe Working Practices
– Working with Cranes and Heavy Equipment
– Safe Access and Egress
– Manual Handling
– Accidents and First Aid Procedures
– COSHH and Personal Protective Equipment
– Accidents and First Aid Procedures
– Fire Precautions and Procedures
What does the course enable delegates to do?
In order to understand how this course is going to be beneficial to your business, you need to be aware of the different objectives of the CCNSG Safety Passport. By sending your employees on this training course, they will be able to do all of the following:
– Have a thorough understanding of the rules and regulations concerning Health and Safety
– Outline excavation practices and procedures
– Understand the steps they need to take when working with heavy equipment and cranes to ensure safety
– Know how to protect themselves when working in noisy environments
– Understand safe Manual Handling procedures and techniques
– Know what Personal Protective Equipment is and how PPE protects workers
– Explain COSHH
– Know the effective and safe procedures and precautions to use in a fire
– Describe procedures to follow if first aid is needed or there is an accident
– Know the best way to exit or enter a site
– Understand the scaffolding working practices that are the safest
How will sending employees on this course benefit your business?
Similarly to all of our courses, there are a number of benefits associated with sending your employees on this training course. Of course, the most obvious is that you will improve health and safety on sites by a considerable degree. It is imperative that your entire workforce have basic health and safety knowledge at a minimum. This quick and effective course will certainly achieve that. Moreover, it will improve your brand image, as it shows you are a business that is committed to safe and efficient work practices. This option is only heightened by the fact that this qualification is held in high regard all over the UK. Also, the CCNSG Safety Passport course can save you a lot of money in the future through accident avoidance, meaning no expensive legal battles.
If you would like to know more about the CCNSG Safety Passport Course, or you are ready to book this course, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Pivotal Scotland for more information.
The next CCNSG Safety Passport Glasgow Course is running from 1st-2nd of July 2019.
You can reach us on 0141 772 6777.
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