Construction safety aims to ensure that a construction site or the industry as a whole is not the cause of immediate danger to the public around a construction site, or the workers at a construction site, as well as making sure that the finished product of construction meets required safety standards.
The programme will provide participants with a well-rounded, broad educational experience that will equip them with the knowledge base, competencies and skills, underpinned by the theories, methodologies and principles essential to the effective management of construction health and safety on construction projects (both private and public).
How you will benefit:
Manage construction health and safety through understanding the legal requirements for construction health and safety at work
Implement health and safety management systems
Identify workplace hazards
Apply methods of hazard control and practical application of knowledge and understanding
Understand the principles and procedures of effective construction risk assessment, hazard identification and risk mitigation and effective construction health and safety management
Apply, analyse and evaluate the principles and procedures of effective construction risk assessment, hazard identification and risk mitigation and effective construction health and safety management
Key focus areas:
Responsibilities of construction process stakeholders
Culture and leadership
Managing construction health and safety
Health hazards including HIV and AIDS
Hazard identification, risk assessment and mitigation
Construction health and safety management systems
Who should attend:
Anyone from the construction industry who will either already be working in the construction H&S field or interested in working in that field
Matriculants or school leavers desiring an intensive introduction to construction H&S for purposes of increasing their employability. This programme will be their first formal academic exposure to construction health and safety.
Minimum qualification of matric or NQF 4 equivalent
Applicant must have access to a reliable Internet line to complete required hours online
12 days, online (interactive sessions with facilitators)
A full implementation plan to be communicated on registration
Recorded sessions will be available only for registered delegates for a limited period
Assessments are restricted and all social distancing measures are adhered to as per the DOH regulations
Delegates attending the course are provided with a unique blended learning methodology that combines online access to subject content with real-time engagement with facilitators, and the opportunity to add value through contact learning sessions, where feasible and appropriate.
|Start Date||Programme Fee|
|14th September 2022||R17 145|