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SMSTS Refresher Course InformationThe SMSTS Refresher Course provides existing SMSTS certificate holders with an update on the latest legislation and best practice methods for meeting site safety regulations. Our SMSTS Refresher Courses are held at our bespoke training centres or can be held at your premises.During this SMSTS Refresher Course staff will learn:Risk assessment and method statementsCDM Regulations 2016Construction Health, Safety and Welfare (CDM part 2)Reporting of Accidents, Diseases and Dangerous OccurrencesOverview and changes to the current legislation affecting construction to include:Work at Height Regulations 2005Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 2002Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005Fire on construction sites including Fire Safety Order 2005Construction waste and Site Waste Management PlansAll of our courses can be tailored to fit your business and individual needs.

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SMSTS Course Information The SMSTS Course can be held at our bespoke training centres or your premises. Topics covered on SMSTS courses are varied. They include undertaking suitable risk assessments for construction sites, scaffolding, electricity, fire safety, confined spaces and much more. Making SMSTS training ideal for construction site managers, helping them to comply with legislation. For Site Managers, the CITB SMSTS qualification, also known as the Site Safety Plus Scheme, is a recognised qualification outlined in the Approved Code of Practice (ACoP) for the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007 (CDM) (Demonstration of competence, Appendix 4). During this SMSTS Course staff will learn: The Health and Safety at Work Act CDM Regulations 2007 Site set-up Risk assessments Method statements Working at height; Scaffolding Electricity; Excavations Demolition Confined Spaces Accepted working practices in the construction environment All of our courses can be tailored to fit your business and individual needs. Our SMSTS Training Courses are held at our bespoke training centres or can also be held at your premises. Who is the SMSTS Training Course for? Site Managers, Project Managers, Supervisors, Foremen Individuals seeking to advance into a role with site management responsibility Any individual involved in the management or planning, organising, monitoring, controlling and administering construction safety How are SMSTS Courses assessed? Multiple-choice assessment paper, taken on the final training day Tutor assessment and final projec Successful participants will be awarded a CITB SMSTS certificate (CITB ConstructionSkills Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) certificate). How long does the SMSTS Training last? Our SMSTS Training Course is a 5 day course. Delegates must attend all days in order to obtain the SMSTS certificate. Support and resources provided: Construction Site Safety – Health, Safety and Environmental Information Manuals (GE700 & XA 6) Learning Support Materials

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SMSTS Course Information The SMSTS Course can be held at our bespoke training centres or your premises. Topics covered on SMSTS courses are varied. They include undertaking suitable risk assessments for construction sites, scaffolding, electricity, fire safety, confined spaces and much more. Making SMSTS training ideal for construction site managers, helping them to comply with legislation. For Site Managers, the CITB SMSTS qualification, also known as the Site Safety Plus Scheme, is a recognised qualification outlined in the Approved Code of Practice (ACoP) for the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007 (CDM) (Demonstration of competence, Appendix 4). During this SMSTS Course staff will learn: The Health and Safety at Work Act CDM Regulations 2007 Site set-up Risk assessments Method statements Working at height; Scaffolding Electricity; Excavations Demolition Confined Spaces Accepted working practices in the construction environment All of our courses can be tailored to fit your business and individual needs. Our SMSTS Training Courses are held at our bespoke training centres or can also be held at your premises. Who is the SMSTS Training Course for? Site Managers, Project Managers, Supervisors, Foremen Individuals seeking to advance into a role with site management responsibility Any individual involved in the management or planning, organising, monitoring, controlling and administering construction safety How are SMSTS Courses assessed? Multiple-choice assessment paper, taken on the final training day Tutor assessment and final projec Successful participants will be awarded a CITB SMSTS certificate (CITB ConstructionSkills Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) certificate). How long does the SMSTS Training last? Our SMSTS Training Course is a 5 day course. Delegates must attend all days in order to obtain the SMSTS certificate. Support and resources provided: Construction Site Safety – Health, Safety and Environmental Information Manuals (GE700 & XA 6) Learning Support Materials

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SMSTS Course Information The SMSTS Course can be held at our bespoke training centres or your premises. Topics covered on SMSTS courses are varied. They include undertaking suitable risk assessments for construction sites, scaffolding, electricity, fire safety, confined spaces and much more. Making SMSTS training ideal for construction site managers, helping them to comply with legislation. For Site Managers, the CITB SMSTS qualification, also known as the Site Safety Plus Scheme, is a recognised qualification outlined in the Approved Code of Practice (ACoP) for the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007 (CDM) (Demonstration of competence, Appendix 4). During this SMSTS Course staff will learn: The Health and Safety at Work Act CDM Regulations 2007 Site set-up Risk assessments Method statements Working at height; Scaffolding Electricity; Excavations Demolition Confined Spaces Accepted working practices in the construction environment All of our courses can be tailored to fit your business and individual needs. Our SMSTS Training Courses are held at our bespoke training centres or can also be held at your premises. Who is the SMSTS Training Course for? Site Managers, Project Managers, Supervisors, Foremen Individuals seeking to advance into a role with site management responsibility Any individual involved in the management or planning, organising, monitoring, controlling and administering construction safety How are SMSTS Courses assessed? Multiple-choice assessment paper, taken on the final training day Tutor assessment and final projec Successful participants will be awarded a CITB SMSTS certificate (CITB ConstructionSkills Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) certificate). How long does the SMSTS Training last? Our SMSTS Training Course is a 5 day course. Delegates must attend all days in order to obtain the SMSTS certificate. Support and resources provided: Construction Site Safety – Health, Safety and Environmental Information Manuals (GE700 & XA 6) Learning Support Materials

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The course focuses on emergency scenarios that are faced by professionals, including teachers, au pairs and playgroup leaders, looking after young children.It meets Ofsted requirements for registered childminders and the requirements for nannies under the Approved Carers Scheme. It can also be used as evidence for employees working towards an NVQ in Childcare and Education.The Paediatric First Aid Training Course can be held at our bespoke training centre or your premises.

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SMSTS Refresher Course InformationThe SMSTS Refresher Course provides existing SMSTS certificate holders with an update on the latest legislation and best practice methods for meeting site safety regulations. Our SMSTS Refresher Courses are held at our bespoke training centres or can be held at your premises.During this SMSTS Refresher Course staff will learn:Risk assessment and method statementsCDM Regulations 2016Construction Health, Safety and Welfare (CDM part 2)Reporting of Accidents, Diseases and Dangerous OccurrencesOverview and changes to the current legislation affecting construction to include:Work at Height Regulations 2005Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 2002Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005Fire on construction sites including Fire Safety Order 2005Construction waste and Site Waste Management PlansAll of our courses can be tailored to fit your business and individual needs.

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If your staff are undertaking potentially hazardous manual handling activities, then it is a Legal requirement under the Manual Handling Operations Regulations to ensure that effective training is provided. Manual Handling injuries account to 25% of all reported workplace accidents. This training course will provide your staff with the knowledge to reduce the risks from Manual Handling activities and understand the basic technique for completing a safe lift.

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This course covers the role of the designated fire marshal. Opportunity is also given for trainees to learn about the different types of fire extinguishers and how to use them correctly. Fire Marshal Training is an essential training course that will ensure that employees who are designated as a Fire Marshal understand their legal responsibilities and have the practical skills to carry out their role.

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This course covers the role of the designated fire marshal. Opportunity is also given for trainees to learn about the different types of fire extinguishers and how to use them correctly. Fire Marshal Training is an essential training course that will ensure that employees who are designated as a Fire Marshal understand their legal responsibilities and have the practical skills to carry out their role.

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If your staff are undertaking potentially hazardous manual handling activities, then it is a Legal requirement under the Manual Handling Operations Regulations to ensure that effective training is provided. Manual Handling injuries account to 25% of all reported workplace accidents. This training course will provide your staff with the knowledge to reduce the risks from Manual Handling activities and understand the basic technique for completing a safe lift.

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If your staff are undertaking potentially hazardous manual handling activities, then it is a Legal requirement under the Manual Handling Operations Regulations to ensure that effective training is provided. Manual Handling injuries account to 25% of all reported workplace accidents. This training course will provide your staff with the knowledge to reduce the risks from Manual Handling activities and understand the basic technique for completing a safe lift.

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If your staff are undertaking potentially hazardous manual handling activities, then it is a Legal requirement under the Manual Handling Operations Regulations to ensure that effective training is provided. Manual Handling injuries account to 25% of all reported workplace accidents. This training course will provide your staff with the knowledge to reduce the risks from Manual Handling activities and understand the basic technique for completing a safe lift.

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This training course has been designed and structured to comply with the requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 98) and the Health and Safety Executives publication "Safety in the Use of Abrasive Wheels "(HSG17)

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This training course has been designed and structured to comply with the requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 98) and the Health and Safety Executives publication "Safety in the Use of Abrasive Wheels "(HSG17)

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This course covers the role of the designated fire marshal. Opportunity is also given for trainees to learn about the different types of fire extinguishers and how to use them correctly. Fire Marshal Training is an essential training course that will ensure that employees who are designated as a Fire Marshal understand their legal responsibilities and have the practical skills to carry out their role.

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This training course has been designed and structured to comply with the requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 98) and the Health and Safety Executives publication "Safety in the Use of Abrasive Wheels "(HSG17)

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UK regulations require that an Emergency First Aider or Appointed Person is always available to respond to a first aid emergency at work. This basic First Aid course covers vital, basic life saving techniques which on qualifications leads to a certificate, valid for three years and recognised by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

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SSSTS Training Course Information We provide a CITB SSSTS Training Course which will equip first line managers/supervisor’s, or those seeking to become a manager/supervisor with an introductory level of health and safety, demonstrating how it is an essential function of effective supervision. It will provide a knowledge base and equip individuals with the skills and knowledge to enable them to contribute to a safely managed construction or civil engineering site. Being a supervisor on a construction site is an extremely responsible position. Having the knowledge to be able to ensure others are working safely on the site is essential. The CITB SSSTS qualification will give site supervisors an understanding of their legal and health and safety responsibilities. This SSSTS Course is endorsed by the United Kingdom Contractors Group (UKCG) as the standard training for all supervisors working on their sites. During the SSSTS Course staff will learn: The Health and Safety at Work Act, relevant Regulations, Codes of Practice and Guidance Notes Tool box talks Risk assessments relating to construction site issues:- Working at Height Demolition Noise Occupational Health Fire Electricity Confined Space Control of subcontractors Health issues Construction accidents All of our courses can be tailored to fit your business and individual needs. Who are the SSSTS Courses for? First line managers and Supervisors Individuals progressing towards a first line management or supervisory position How is the course assessed? Multiple-choice assessment paper Successful participants will be awarded a CITB SSSTS Card / Certificate How long do the SSSTS Courses last? Our SSSTS Training Course lasts 2 Days. Support and resources provided: Site Safety Simplified (GE706) Tool Box Talks (GT700)

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SSSTS Training Course Information We provide a CITB SSSTS Training Course which will equip first line managers/supervisor’s, or those seeking to become a manager/supervisor with an introductory level of health and safety, demonstrating how it is an essential function of effective supervision. It will provide a knowledge base and equip individuals with the skills and knowledge to enable them to contribute to a safely managed construction or civil engineering site. Being a supervisor on a construction site is an extremely responsible position. Having the knowledge to be able to ensure others are working safely on the site is essential. The CITB SSSTS qualification will give site supervisors an understanding of their legal and health and safety responsibilities. This SSSTS Course is endorsed by the United Kingdom Contractors Group (UKCG) as the standard training for all supervisors working on their sites. During the SSSTS Course staff will learn: The Health and Safety at Work Act, relevant Regulations, Codes of Practice and Guidance Notes Tool box talks Risk assessments relating to construction site issues:- Working at Height Demolition Noise Occupational Health Fire Electricity Confined Space Control of subcontractors Health issues Construction accidents All of our courses can be tailored to fit your business and individual needs. Who are the SSSTS Courses for? First line managers and Supervisors Individuals progressing towards a first line management or supervisory position How is the course assessed? Multiple-choice assessment paper Successful participants will be awarded a CITB SSSTS Card / Certificate How long do the SSSTS Courses last? Our SSSTS Training Course lasts 2 Days. Support and resources provided: Site Safety Simplified (GE706) Tool Box Talks (GT700)

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If your staff are undertaking potentially hazardous manual handling activities, then it is a Legal requirement under the Manual Handling Operations Regulations to ensure that effective training is provided. Manual Handling injuries account to 25% of all reported workplace accidents. This training course will provide your staff with the knowledge to reduce the risks from Manual Handling activities and understand the basic technique for completing a safe lift.

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If your staff are undertaking potentially hazardous manual handling activities, then it is a Legal requirement under the Manual Handling Operations Regulations to ensure that effective training is provided. Manual Handling injuries account to 25% of all reported workplace accidents. This training course will provide your staff with the knowledge to reduce the risks from Manual Handling activities and understand the basic technique for completing a safe lift.

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This course covers the role of the designated fire marshal. Opportunity is also given for trainees to learn about the different types of fire extinguishers and how to use them correctly. Fire Marshal Training is an essential training course that will ensure that employees who are designated as a Fire Marshal understand their legal responsibilities and have the practical skills to carry out their role.

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UK regulations require that an Emergency First Aider or Appointed Person is always available to respond to a first aid emergency at work. This basic First Aid course covers vital, basic life saving techniques which on qualifications leads to a certificate, valid for three years and recognised by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

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UK regulations require that an Emergency First Aider or Appointed Person is always available to respond to a first aid emergency at work. This basic First Aid course covers vital, basic life saving techniques which on qualifications leads to a certificate, valid for three years and recognised by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

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SSSTS Training Course Information We provide a CITB SSSTS Training Course which will equip first line managers/supervisor’s, or those seeking to become a manager/supervisor with an introductory level of health and safety, demonstrating how it is an essential function of effective supervision. It will provide a knowledge base and equip individuals with the skills and knowledge to enable them to contribute to a safely managed construction or civil engineering site. Being a supervisor on a construction site is an extremely responsible position. Having the knowledge to be able to ensure others are working safely on the site is essential. The CITB SSSTS qualification will give site supervisors an understanding of their legal and health and safety responsibilities. This SSSTS Course is endorsed by the United Kingdom Contractors Group (UKCG) as the standard training for all supervisors working on their sites. During the SSSTS Course staff will learn: The Health and Safety at Work Act, relevant Regulations, Codes of Practice and Guidance Notes Tool box talks Risk assessments relating to construction site issues:- Working at Height Demolition Noise Occupational Health Fire Electricity Confined Space Control of subcontractors Health issues Construction accidents All of our courses can be tailored to fit your business and individual needs. Who are the SSSTS Courses for? First line managers and Supervisors Individuals progressing towards a first line management or supervisory position How is the course assessed? Multiple-choice assessment paper Successful participants will be awarded a CITB SSSTS Card / Certificate How long do the SSSTS Courses last? Our SSSTS Training Course lasts 2 Days. Support and resources provided: Site Safety Simplified (GE706) Tool Box Talks (GT700)

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This course covers the role of the designated fire marshal. Opportunity is also given for trainees to learn about the different types of fire extinguishers and how to use them correctly. Fire Marshal Training is an essential training course that will ensure that employees who are designated as a Fire Marshal understand their legal responsibilities and have the practical skills to carry out their role.

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Le Breton offer a wide range of health and safety training courses including first aid, manual handling, risk assessment and many others that are suitable for most businesses.We also offer specialist courses for people working in the construction industry in addition to people working in the childcare and education sectors.A free consultation with one of our training coordinators will help to identify which courses your business will benefit from.

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