NPORS S031 – Construction Site Safety Manager Training Course

Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS)

NPORS S031 – Construction Site Safety Manager Course Content

Health & Safety legislation

  • Legal duties of Employer, Self-Employed and Employee
  • CDM Regulations
  • Health & Safety Policy
  • Risk Assessments, method statements and communication
  • Employee Training
  • Communicating with site staff
  • Principles of leadership
  • Measuring, monitoring and reporting on H&S
  • Managing H&S Risks
  • Accidents, preventative measures and reporting
  • Site inspections and daily H&S Management
  • Health in the workplace
  • Welfare facilities
  • Mental Health management
  • Drugs & Alcohol – Identify, manage and support staff
  • Hazardous substances
  • Lead and Asbestos management
  • Noise – mitigation and managing the risk
  • Vibration – assessment and control
  • Fire Planning and dangerous substance control
  • Working with live electrical circuits
  • Temporary works
  • Control and management of plant
  • Control of Lifting operations
  • Management of lone. mobile or out of hours workers
  • Working at height
  • Use of scaffold towers
  • Planning Excavations
  • Underground and overhead services
  • Confined space

NPORS S031 – Construction Site Safety Manager Course Aims

This course is administered by NPORS, and is designed for all individuals responsible for planning, organising, monitoring, controlling and administering a work force. Typically these would be site managers, potential site managers, supervisors, and anyone with health and safety responsibilities.

NPORS S031 – Construction Site Safety Manager Course Requirement

5 Days

NPORS S031 – Construction Site Safety Manager Examination Board

Course assessment is determined by achievement in four criteria:

  • Full attendance of all sessions
  • Key excercises undertaken during the course
  • Overall assessment by tutor
  • Written examination paper

Successful candidates will receive the certificate from NPORS.

See also: Site Safety