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CITB Site Management Safety Course (SMSTS)


The SMSTS course is a high quality training course for the construction industry. Aimed at site managers, agents and supervisors, the Scheme gives a thorough understanding of the key health and safety issues on site. It will help them to develop a better understanding of their moral and social responsibilities, as well as giving the skills and knowledge needed to manage health and safety on site, in compliance with legislation.



To provide site managers, agents and supervisors with the knowledge and understanding needed to enable them to manage health and safety on site in accordance with current legal provisions and within the context of their management and supervisor roles.


Who Should Attend:

Site managers, agents and supervisors.



    1. Safety Management Systems (HSG65)

    2. Accident Reporting

    3. The law relating to construction activities:

    4. HASAW Act 1974

    5. HSWR

    6. CDM 2015

    7. COSHH

    8. PPE

    9. PUWER

    10. LOLER

    11. Working at Height (WaH)

    12. Risk Assessment

    13. Method Statements

    14. Working with asbestos materials

    15.  Hazards associated with noise

    16. Fire safety precautions

    17. Electrical safety

    18. Managing confined spaces

    19. Managers and supervisors responsibilities

    20. Human factors in Health and Safety



NOTE: On successful completion of the course, delegates will receive certification from CITB, which is valid for 5 years.


Cost of course includes all course materials, registration and certification

Delegates receive Tea, Coffee, Squash, Biscuits Sweets and Lunch

Parking is free next to the training centre.


Monday, November 11, 2019 8:30 am - Friday, November 15, 2019 5:00 pm
Handson Safety Services Limited
The Training Centre, Wistaston Road Business Centre, Wistaston Road, Crewe, CW2 7RP
United Kingdom
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