CITB Temporary Works Coordinator Course

Temporary works are usually safety and business-critical and require careful coordination. An accepted way of achieving this is through the adoption of the management process outlined in BS5975 which introduces the Temporary Works Coordinator as a key figure.

 

Sanctus Training are delivering the Temporary Works Coordinator course on the 21st and 22nd November 2016 at the Sanctus House, Stonehouse. Delegates will gain knowledge and understanding of the temporary works coordinator role and understand how to manage the temporary works process and the role of others. The statutory requirements for temporary works will also be covered, including risk assessment, method statements and the code of best practice for temporary works structures on construction sites – BS5975.

For further information about the Temporary Works Coordinator course or book a place please contact the training team on 01453 828555 or visit the Temporary Works Coordinator course page.

 

The course has the support of a number of organisations; Temporary Works Forum, CECA, Build UK, HSE and FMB.

Shockingly Good Advice – Free Working Well Together Event

Tuesday 22nd November 2016

Sanctus Training Ltd

Units 4 & 5 Draycott Business Park, Cam, GL11 5DQ

 

With the HSE devoting more of its time and effort to regulating smaller sites and businesses there has never been a more important time for everyone in construction, especially the self-employed and small construction companies, to understand how to comply with their obligations.

The construction industry has taken huge strides forward in tackling risk and reducing injury rates over recent years but still has a significant opportunity to make our high-hazard industry safer still and to drive down the alarming rates of accident and ill health linked to construction work in particular to refurbishment projects.

This free half day event will provide self-employed builders and small construction companies with practical up-to-date information, help and advice.

The information given on the day will help you take action to protect you and your employees’ future health, safety and wellbeing.

Topics covered will include: Electrical safety, Management and planning of Asbestos & Non-licensed removal, Introduction to HAVCR safety, Managing stress and behaviour in the workplace, Cable detection – a practical approach

The event will consist of talks and demonstrations with the opportunity to ask questions from those within the industry.

Whether you are a self-employed jobbing builder or run a small building company this free event is a must.

Places at this event are limited and it is likely to be highly popular.

 

Programme

The Event will run from 08:00 am to 12:00 noon

8.00 a.m. – 9.00 a.m. – Registration/breakfast rolls & tea/coffee

9.00 a.m. – 9.05 a.m. – Welcome & Introduction – Chair WWT SW

9.05 a.m. – 12.00 noon – The programme will consist of talks and demonstrations on:-

1. Stress in the workplace

2. Behaviour skills

3. HVAC Service & Maintenance in the Building Services industry – features and benefits

4. Electrical Awareness, including Electrical Safe Isolation, Accidental Procedures, Complacency, Water with Electrics

5. Asbestos Awareness & Non-licensed removal overview – management and planning

6. CAT & Genny – Practical demonstration

 

You will be asked to complete a feedback form in return for an attendance certificate.

 

 Book your Place!

WWT campaign reserves the right to amend this programme

For further information contact Tina Smith

T: 01453 828555 Email: tsmith@sanctustraining.co.uk

Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so book early to ensure your place. Book your Place!

For further details on The Working Well Together Group please do visit the their website http://wwt.uk.com/