CCNSG Safety Passport
The CCNSG Safety Passport Scheme is endorsed by ECITB member organisations including clients from the oil, gas, power and engineering manufacturing sectors where holding a current passport is a requirement to work on site. It is also supported by contractors, including the Engineering Construction Industry Association (ECIA).
The aim of the CCNSG Safety Passport National course is to provide a basic knowledge of health and safety to enable delegates, after appropriate site induction, to work on site more safely with lower risk to themselves and others.
The course is required for all contractors that go to do work on sites where the passport is required, including all trades, self-employed and employed workers through to directors.
The CCNSG Safety Passport National course is designed to enable those working on host sites to gain valuable information that will help keep them and the site safe and healthy. The range of hazards included is designed to cover hazards relating to the delegates’ own work and to enable them to have greater awareness of the hazards and risks of those created by other workers on site who might inadvertently be putting them at risk. The course considers safe behaviour at work, safe systems of work, safe place of work, safe problems and solutions.
- Safe Behaviour at Work
- Safe Systems of Work
- Safe Place of Work
- Safe Problems and Solutions
The assessment of learning is by two multi-choice question papers issued each day (a total of four papers). On successful completion of the course and assessments delegates will be provided with a temporary passport, valid for six weeks. A safety passport, valid for 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.
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.