IOSH Health & Safety for Project Supervisor Construction Stage Training Course. Instructor-led by a Safety Consultant with comprehensive and capable experience in Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS). This two-day course is via webinar and alternatively can be classroom-based.
This IOSH accredited programme is internationally recognised and will equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to perform the role of PSCS. The course looks at all the legislations and requirements around the duties of the PSCS before moving to the coordination of all safety elements during the construction phase. Delegates will obtain practical experience of implementing the key duties of the PSCS as detailed in the Safety, Health & Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for those who will be involved in the role of Project Supervisor for the Construction Stage.
This course can also be undertaken by anyone who wishes to gain or improve their experience as a PCSC. Benefitting by gaining an appreciation of the role and function of a Project Supervisor Construction Stage.
- Health & Safety Law
- Duties of the Client
- Duties of the PSDP
- Duties of Designers
- The General Principles of Prevention
- Duties of the Project Supervisor Construction Stage
- Introduction to the Preliminary Health & Safety Plan
- Construction Stage Health and Safety Plan
- The Safety Management System
- Pre-Start Meeting for the Role of PSCS
- Look Ahead/Co-Ordination Meeting
- Safety Training and Statutory Forms
- Permits to Work
- Accident Notification
- Duties of Contractors
- Contractor Assessment
- Temporary Works
- The Safety File
- Closing out the Project
Upon successful completion of this course, delegates should:
- Understand the role & legal responsibilities of the PSCS
- Appreciate other duty holders’ roles and how they impact on the PSCS role
- Be able to develop a preliminary safety & health plan and site paperwork
- Be familiar with & know how to co-ordinate change
- Demonstrate successful coordination of Contractors
- Understand the principles of accident / incident investigation
Certification & Assessment
Certified by IOSH, PSCS qualification
Assessment involves a Theory Examination
Some personal learning / study time will be required from participants.
Programme packs and Assessment Briefs will be provided as a part of the programme.
What is the role of the Project Supervisor Construction Stage?
The role of the Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) is to manage and co-ordinate health and safety matters during the construction stage. The PSCS is appointed before the construction work on any site begins and remains in that position until all construction work on the project is completed. The PSCS must develop a suitable construction safety & health plan for the project prior to the commencement of construction work. The plan provides the blueprint for managing and co-ordinating safety and health during construction and explains in detail how the key safety and health issues will be managed. It must be relevant to the project and should be developed in conjunction with the Safety and Health Plan prepared on a preliminary basis by the Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP).
The PSCS will work closely with the site manager/ managers to ensure all health & safety matters stay on target.
What is a Construction Stage Safety plan?
When appointed by the client as the Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) on the construction site you must develop a suitable construction stage safety and health plan for the project before commencement. The plan provides the blueprint for managing and co-ordinating safety and health during construction and needs to explain how the key safety and health issues will be managed. It must be relevant to the project and should be developed in conjunction with the Safety and Health Plan prepared on a preliminary basis by the Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP).
Key benefits of the IOSH Project Supervisor Construction Stage Course
Internationally recognised IOSH accreditation (IOSH PSCP).
The learner will gain a comprehensive knowledge of how to coordinate the team to plan, implement and to evaluate the construction work.
The IOSH PCSC course is a conclusive guide for the PSCS with theory that can be referred to time and again during any project.
The learner will interpret the legislation and gain practical experience in implementing the key duties of the PSCS as detailed in the Safety, Health & Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013.
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