CITB SSSTS Course

CITB SSSTS

The Site Supervisors' Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) course is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities on a construction site.

 

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After Completing The SSSTS Course, Delegates Should:

  • Understand the health, safety, welfare and environmental issues relevant to their work activities
  • Understand their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities
  • Safely supervise construction site activities

 

Key Topics Covered On The SSSTS Course Include:

  • The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 and other relevant regulations
  • Identification of specific construction site issues including COSHH and Working at Height
  • Tool Box talks
  • Control of subcontractors
  • Health-related issues

Course Overview

Course content includes the following:

  • Introduction and Registration
  • Health and safety law
  • Developing a health and safety
  • Management system
  • Occupational health
  • Fire prevention and control
  • Risk assessments and method statements
  • Hazardous substances
  • Construction (Design and Management) Regulations
  • Working at height
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Manual handling
  • Accidents and first aid
  • Students will deliver prepared toolbox talk presentations

SSSTS Course Tutors
Our SSSTS course tutors are qualified and experienced health and safety professionals with an appropriate background in construction site health and safety. All tutors hold professional membership of the chartered Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).

SSSTS Course Assessment
During the SSSTS course, projects are undertaken in groups and constantly assessed by the course tutor. At the conclusion of the course, delegates are required to undertake a short multiple choice assessment. Those who successfully complete the projects and assessment are awarded the Construction Skills Site Supervisors' Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) Certificate.

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