The aim of training candidates on Construction Safety Awareness Course is to provide them with basic knowledge and practical skills to NPORS high standard.
By the end of the course the delegate should be able to:
- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of health and safety on site.
- Work on site more safely and with lower risk to themselves and others.
- General Responsibilities
- Accident Prevention and Reporting
- Emergency Procedures and First Aid
- Health and Welfare
- Respiratory Risks
- Noise and Vibration
- Hazardous Substances
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Electrical Safety and Hand-Held Equipment and Tools
- Safety Signs and Signals
- Site Transport Safety
- Fire Prevention and Control
- Manual Handling
- Working at Height
- Excavations and Confined Spaces
- Environmental Awareness
- Waste Control
The NPORS is recognised by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) as an organisation that accredits, monitors and trains instructors and training providers in operator training and testing.
This recognition is important in maintaining professional training standards in the country. Likewise, it is intended to help employers select the organisations that meet good training standards.
The NPORS works in the following sectors:
Ports and Marine
- Warehousing and Distribution
The NPORS is accredited or affiliated with the Civil Engineer Contracts Association (CECA). It also provides assistance and guidance to other organisations.
For further information about the NPORS training in South Wales and nearby areas, contact Nigel Williams Plant Training at 07554 007 335.