To achieve a broad understanding of construction site health and safety matters, book a place on our CITB Site Supervisors’ Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) training course in Chelmsford, Essex. This training programme is known as the industry standard for any employees who work in a supervisory position on UKCG sites; it is approved and endorsed by the United Kingdom Contractors Group an is an absolute must for any construction professionals who are responsible for their own set of workers.
Who is the SSSTS training course suitable for?
Existing supervisors, or those who have just been granted a supervisory role, will benefit from the engaging content that is supplied on our SSSTS training courses in Essex. These individuals will learn all about the latest health and safety procedures, be brought up to date with current legislation, and will cover topics such as today’s environmental issues and employers’ legal responsibilities. Regardless of their current knowledge, candidates will leave their SSSTS training course with an invaluable in-depth understanding of the challenges associated with running a construction site and how they can work together with their employees to identify hazards and minimise risks.
Once candidates have completed their SSSTS training, they can step up to the five day Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS), which is another course offered by the expert trainers here at Target Zero.
Everyone who attends at SSSTS course will be required to complete a multiple choice questionnaire at the end of the programme. Participants must attend both course days within a set period of 2 weeks in order to be awarded their Construction Site Supervisor’s Safety Certificate.
Candidates will cover the following areas during their SSSTS training:
- An overview of the role of a supervisor
- The UK legal system
- The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Risk assessment procedures
- Working at a height
- Occupational health, including constructing better health
- Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007
- The Reporting of Injuries Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regs 1995
- Presentation skills (via toolbox talks)
- Syndicate exercises
- 25 question multiple choice examination
SSSTS certificates are valid for 5 years. However, we would always recommend that candidates attend an SSSTS refresher course within 3 years of completing their initial SSSTS training to ensure they are fully up to date with the latest industry developments, particular in terms of health and safety legislation.
Book a space on our next CITB SSSTS training course in Chelmsford or Essex. And if you need any more information regarding our training programmes, don’t hesitate to call Target Zero directly on 0333 444 0018.