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We have 25 Training Centres in the UK. Select your centre below to view dates.
SMSTS Stands for the Site Managers Safety Training Scheme. This is a training course designed and accredited by the CITB, the Construction Industry Training Board. CITB is the Training board of Constructions Skills (often known as CSkills).
Construction Skills represents the UK Construction Industry. However the SMSTS Course is not just for the Construction industry it is also suited for the Engineering, Chemical, Oil, Manufacturing, Demolition, Landscaping industries and much more besides.
The SMSTS Course provides an indepth and thorugh foundation to managers, supervisors and directors on how to operate, plan and manage a safe site; as well as what to do should an incident occur.
We have 21 Training Centres located throughout the UK. We cover all regions in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. We have additionally delivered courses in the Middle East where the CITB qualifications are also highly regarded.
We deliver training on site on request and have done so for many clients. For on-site/private training please call us on 0207993 2534 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Session Subject||Session Subject||Description of Subject|
|Session One||An introduction to the Course||During
this session the students will be introduced to one-another and the subjects at
hand, and then given a general outline of what will be discussed during the
|Break||Quick Questionnaire||The students will be given a quick questionnaire to
fill out which will let us gauge the student's current understanding, allowing
us to better tailor the course to suit the individual.
|Session Two||Health and Safety: Procedure, Accidents and Authorities||During this session the students will be introduced
to health and safety procedure , including an overview of the legislative bodies
overlooking the construction sector as well as a brief examination of accidents
and their potential prevention in the UK.
|Session Three||Legislation: The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974||In this session the students will be taught about
legislation pertaining to Health and Safety within the Construction Industry-
including responsibilities and the potential liability of the employer.
|Lunch Break||Course Amended For Student Suitability||The tutor will review the questionnaires of the
students, as well as their progress throughout the day, and will make changesto the course so as to make it more viable for the students.
|First Day - Afternoon||Session Subject||Description of Subject|
|Session Four||Health and Safety: Responsibilities of the Manager||The students will be taught about the
responsibilities of the manager in regards to health and safety.
|Group Exercise||Implementing Health and Safety Legislation||The students will partake in a practical exercise so
as to demonstrate and review what they have learned.
|Second Day Afternoon||
Description of Subject
|Group Exercise||Implemented: Health and Safety Legislation||The students will discuss the previous day's
exercise so as to increase the group's understanding.
|Session Five||Heights: Dangers and Precautions in the Construction Industry||During this session the students will be taught
about safety protocol when working at dangerous heights, including:- Risk
assessment, planning and regulations concerning construction at heights.
|Session Six||Safety on Construction Sites||In this session the students will be taught about
everyday hazards on construction sites, covering:- Ladders, scaffolding, first
aid and more.
|Second Day - Afternoon||Session Subject||Description of Subject|
|Session Seven||Construction Industry Relationships||The students will be taught about the relationship
between principal contractor, contractor and clients and will also be informed
of specific construction regulations.
|Session Eight||Health and Safety: Management: Equipment and its appropriate usage||During this session the students will be taught
about equipment that they will need to do fulfil specific tasks, as well as what
kind of equipment is required in this various scenarios to prevent potential
|Group Exercise||Responsibilities of Managers and Supervisors||The students will partake in a group exercise where
they discuss the responsibilities of managers and supervisors.
|Third Day - Morning||Session Subject||Description of Subject|
|Group Exercise||Responsibilities of Managers and Supervisors||A discussion on the group exercise that took place
on the previous day so as to make sure that all the students are at the same
|Session Nine||Health and Safety on Construction Sites||The students will be taught about the dangers of
working on construction sites and how to deal with them, including:- asbestos,
noise at work, manual handling, potential injury from vibrations and waste
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Take advantage of our special offer of £150.00 off all SMSTS Course at the moment. You can book online or call us on 020 7993 2534.
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