CCNSG Leading a Team Safely
Supervisors and team leaders play an important role in ensuring site safety. They can influence the behaviour of those that they supervise and ensure good planning and communication of health and safety related to site work, helping to ensure workers work on site more safely with lower risk to themselves and others.
Delegates must hold a valid CCNSG Safety Passport National passport. If the delegate does not have a CCNSG National Safety Passport they will have to attend a CCNSG Safety Passport National course first.
The CCNSG Leading a Team Safely course is designed for supervisory staff and lone workers who have a responsibility for teams.
This one day course extends the delegate’s understanding gained by obtaining the CCNSG National Safety Passport for site working. It helps supervisory staff and lone workers who have responsibility for teams, but who may have had little or no training in their H&S responsibilities, or indeed, little training in the essentials of leadership. The course focuses on the essentials of being a leader and covers essential aspects such as planning, implementing and reviewing, naturally with a health and safety emphasis.
IOSH Safety for Executives and Directors covers a range of topics including:
- The moral, legal and financial case
- PLAN – Planning for Health and Safety
- DO – Implementing Health and Safety
- CHECK – Monitoring Health and Safety Performance
- ACT – Improving Health and Safety Performance
The assessment of learning is by a multi-choice question paper issued at the end of the day.
The enrolment was quick and easy with all forms completed by one of their trained members of staff, the venues for the training were chosen with care to offer all delegates the best facilities and environment for their training and the communication throughout was excellent, no problem was too small and the staff at ACT were always there to give assistance by using many different methods of communication.