Health and Safety Awareness Course

The Health and Safety Awareness Course (also known as CITB HSA) is a one day CITB site safety plus course. It will give you a practical understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues identifying individual responsibilities for looking after yourself and others.

The course is used as one of the steps towards gaining the Green Labourer CSCS card.

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    Health and Safety Awareness TC063921
    Unit 1 New Pudsey Square, Bradford Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS28 6PX
    Saturday 4th Dec
    8:00am - 4:00pm
    £125 + VAT
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    Health and Safety Awareness TC037872
    Graphic House, Portland Street, Walsall, WS2 8BE
    Saturday 4th Dec
    9:00am - 5:00pm
    £110 + VAT
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    Health and Safety Awareness TC063821
    Morton House, Kimbell Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG22 4AB
    Saturday 4th Dec
    9:00am - 4:30pm
    £154 + VAT
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    Health and Safety Awareness TC063822
    Unit 5, New Yard, Cavalry Hill Industrial Estate, Weedon, Northampton, NN7 4PP
    Saturday 4th Dec
    9:00am - 4:30pm
    £154 + VAT
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    What You Will Learn

    After completing this course you will understand:
    • Why you carry out your identified duties
    • What exactly is expected of you in your role
    • How to ensure you contribute to the health and safety in the workplace
    Health and Safety Awareness Course

    Course Content

    During the course you will cover the following topics:
    • You will gain an understanding of the need to prevent accidents
    • Health and safety law
    • Identify how their role fits into the control and management of the site
    • The need for risk assessments and method statements
    • The need to work safely and to stop and ask for advice if not sure
    • Your obligation to report unsafe acts to prevent an accident

    How Long Does The Health and Safety Awareness Course Take?

    This is a one day CITB course.

    Assessment & Certification

    To complete the H&S Awareness course you must complete a multiple choice test of 25 questions. Your are required to achieve a pass rate of 80%. The certification is issued by CITB - Construction Industry Training Board (Site Safety Plus)

    Who Is This Health & Safety Awareness Course For?

    This course is for people who are, or are considering, working in the construction and civil engineering industry and require the CSCS Green Labourer Card to get on a construction site.

    Claiming a CITB Grant

    For companies that are CITB registered it is possible to claim £30 for each delegate who completes this course. In order for the grant to be claimed the company name and CITB levy number must be included on the delegates information form which is completed before the course starts.

    How To Apply For a Green CSCS Labourer Card

    To apply for a CSCS Green Labourer Card you need to attend and pass this course and also pass the CITB Health and Safety and Environment touch screen test. You can do these in either order, but we recommend doing this course first as it will useful as revision for the touch screen test.

    To work on a construction site you must have the CSCS green labourer card.  Further information on how to obtain your Green CSCS Card  can be found here.


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