ECITB CCNSG National Course
The CCNSG National Course covers basic site safety and is valid for three years from the date of training. The course is frequently a specified requirement for contractors wishing to work on engineering construction sites.
Who should attend?
Anyone wishing to, or currently working on, engineering construction sites.
Aims and objectives
The CCNSG National Course aims to ensure that that basic site safety standards are being maintained and that site workers understand current safety legislation and safety practices.
The course covers the following topics:
- Safe Behaviours at Work
- Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Risk Assessments
- What is Hazard? / What is Risk?
- Hierarchy of Control
- As low as reasonably practicable
- Fire Safety
- Manual Handling
- PUWER / LOLER
- Confined Space
- Working at Height
- Site Transport
- Electric / Isolation
- Reporting / RIDDOR
On successful completion candidates are awarded a CCNSG Safety Passport card.
Classroom-based training course with a test at the end of each session.
No previous experience required.