SSSTS Refresher

SSSTS Refresher (Site Supervisors’ Safety Training Scheme)

Training summary

The 1-day SSSTS Refresher course refreshes your knowledge of the Site Supervisors’ Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS). Accredited by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), this SSSTS refresher course enables site supervisors to refresh their skills, update their knowledge, and keep their professional qualification valid. The SSSTS refresher provides candidates with an updated understanding of the relevant health, safety, welfare, environmental, and legal issues, including any legislation changes that affect their role and workplace.

Programme

This is a highly interactive remote classroom course allows you to study your SSSTS refresher online and incorporates case studies, classroom discussion, group work, and individual or group presentations. Subjects covered are: The Health and Safety at Work Act and HSE regulations, Control measures and risk assessments, Legal responsibilities of site supervisors, Specific site issues that challenge supervisors daily, Useful toolbox talks (a short presentation on a specific area of health and safety, presented by the candidates), Supervision of occupational health and Behavioural safety.

Who is the course suitable for?

The CITB SSSTS refresher course is suitable for site managers, agents, and other construction industry professionals who have gained SSSTS accreditation in the past five years. Each SSSTS certificate lapses after five years, so the fresher course must be completed before that date. If the certificate is allowed to expire, you can only regain it by retaking the full SSSTS course.

Course details:

  • 1 day CITB course
  • Location: Old School House, L36 0UX
  • Cost: £195 + VAT
  • Price includes CITB fees/course book £100
  • Assessment:  The method of assessment will be by multiple-choice questions at the end of the course as well as being expected to be interactive during the course.

Learning outcomes

  • Enhanced awareness of site health and safety issues
  • Improved knowledge of any recent construction legislation developments — plus health, safety, welfare and environmental issues
  • Identify measures that will assist in the practical implementation of their responsibilities, as established by new legislation and changing working practices
  • Gain a better understanding of health and safety risks
  • Demonstrate and apply the principles of safe workplace practices
  • Understand the principles behind a risk assessment
  • Conduct a thorough risk assessment

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