Managing Safely In Construction

Training Course Information

The Managing Safely in Construction is a tailored programme specifically designed and built by the CIF for the sector and was the first of its kind in Ireland. The Managing Safely in Construction course covers issues that would be seen as key for people going on site. Topics like understanding the legislation, understanding risk assessment, working at heights and many other safety issues are covered in the Managing Safely in Construction course. Other issues covered include the relationship with excavations and plant machinery.

The CIF’s Managing Safely in Construction course provides a strong core safety programme. The course is delivered in one day per week over a five week period. Each day comprises two half day modules.

Our Managing Safely in Construction programme is certified by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) – providing an international accreditation. It is also recognised throughout the industry as being the foundation programme for safety supervision and management on construction projects.

The Managing Safely in Construction programme is aimed at construction personnel at all levels, including foremen, one man contractors, senior management and safety managers.

Managing Safely in Construction was developed by the CIF to meet a need in the industry and the content is updated on an annual basis.

1. Introduction and Course Assignment.
2. Construction Health and Safety Legislation.
3. Scaffolding Management.
4. Practical Risk Assessment.
5. Work at Height / Excavations and Confined Spaces.
6. Plant and Equipment / Electrical and Fire Risks.
7. Health Issues on Site.
8. Incident investigation, recording and reporting.
9. Assessment process is by assignment and final day examination.

30 CIRI CPD points are awarded upon completion of the Managing Safely in Construction course.

TThe Managing Safely in Construction programme is part of the CIF’s Core Safety Management training portfolio. On successful completion, delegates will be awarded a CIF Safety Management card and an IOSH MSIC Certificate.

The fee for the Managing Safely in Construction programme is €795 for CIF members and €895 for non CIF members per attendee.

The Managing Safely in Construction course is held over five days, one day a week over five weeks. Daily start time is 9.30am to 16.30pm.

The Managing Safely in Construction FAST TRACK course is held on five days over the course of three weeks. Daily start is 9.30am to 16.30pm.

For further information:

Email: training@cif.ie
Phone: 01 4066000

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Booking Terms and Conditions:

Please complete the Form and return with Payment, and one Passport photo for the attention of Learning & Development, CIF, Construction House, Canal Road, Dublin 6. Cheques should be made payable to CIF. Payment MUST be included. Only course places with payment will be booked.

Cancellation Policy:

7 – 10 working days’ notice will incur a 50% cancellation fee. 6 working days’ notice or less will incur a 100% cancellation fee. A ‘no show’ on the day also incurs a 100% cancellation fee. Substitute delegates are permitted on all courses provided entry requirements are adhered to. CIF reserves the right to cancel course dates in the event of insufficient enrolments.

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