The CIF/IOSH Managing Safely in Construction is a tailored programme specifically designed and built by the Construction Industry Federation Learning & Development Department for the sector and was the first of its kind in Ireland. The CIF/IOSH Managing Safely in Construction course covers issues that would be seen as key for people going on site. Topics like understanding the Safety & Health legislation, understanding the Risk Assessment process including Method Statements, Working at Heights and Scaffolding many other safety issues are covered in the Managing Safely in Construction course. Other issues covered include the relationship with Excavations, Plant & Machinery.
The CIF/IOSH Managing Safely in Construction course provides a strong core safety programme over five days. The course is delivered in one day per week over a five week period. Each day comprises two half day modules. CIF/IOSH 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 CIF/IOSH Managing Safely in Construction programme is aimed at construction personnel in management roles including small contractors, senior management and safety managers in medium to large organisations. CIF/IOSH Managing Safely in Construction was developed by the CIF Learning & Development Department to meet a critical need in management safety our sector and the content is updated on an annual basis in line with current legislation and in line with construction sector developments.