CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal

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The CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal course is designed as a refresher course for those that have already passed the CCNSG Safety Passport National course and enables them to keep their passport up to date.

Study Time
1 day
Available Learning Routes
Classroom Course, In-House

The CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal course is designed for existing safety passport holders who need to renew their passport.

The course provides a refresher on the areas covered in the Safety Passport National course and an update on legislation and safety practices, enabling the passport to be renewed for a further period. The CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal course has to be taken within three months of the National Safety Passport expiry date. If it is not taken within the specified time after the expiry date then the two day CCNSG Safety Passport National course will have to be retaken.

The aim of the CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal course is to give delegates an up to date and reminder of health and safety law and best practices, covering the changes that have occurred since they sat their initial Safety Passport National or previous Renewal course and to look closely at how behaviour in the workplace affects everyone.

The assessment of learning is by a multi-choice question papers issued at the end of each of three sessions. On successful completion of the course and assessments delegates will be provided with a temporary passport, valid for six weeks. A new safety passport, valid for a further 3 years, will be issued by the ECITB (CCNSG) directly to the delegate’s home address, approximately 3 weeks after the end of the course.

Training with ACT was one of the best decisions I have ever taken! Mark Britten, 17/08/2017

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.

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