CITB Directors Role for Health and Safety

February 14, 2019

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© 2017 by Logic SHE Solutions

T: 0117 957 5154

E: info@logicshesolutions.co.uk

A: 9 Soundwell Road, Bristol, BS16 4QG

CITB Directors Role for Health and Safety

Price: £140 +VAT

Duration: 1 day

Publications:

Book A – Legal and management: Construction site safety  GE700 - Included in price

Maximum Delegates: 12

Minimum Delegates: 3

Introduction

​This one-day interactive course has been designed for company directors and senior managers, with the aim of recognising the human and financial implications of non-compliance of health and safety legislation.

The course will provide a summary of how to promote a positive organisational culture for health and safety. Workshop exercises throughout the day will give delegates the opportunity to discuss their thoughts about health and safety and their responsibilities in an open forum.

The day concludes with delegates preparing an action plan for use when they return to the workplace. This will include a skills matrix to utilise within their organisations. 

The DRHS course is endorsed by Build UK as the standard training for all senior managers and company directors.

Aims:

The delegate will gain knowledge and understanding in:

  • moral, economic and legal costs and implications of making decisions

  • strategic management of risks

  • consequences of failed health and safety management

  • importance of competent duty holders, and cooperating, communicating and coordinating health and safety on projects

  • appointment of competent health and safety assistance

  • tools to introduce a proactive health and safety culture into an organisation.

Objectives:

At the end of the day the delegates will be able to:

  • recognise the moral, economic and legal costs/implications of decisions made in the boardroom that make their business liable

  • explain the importance of strategic management of risks

  • appreciate the consequences of failing to manage health and safety effectively

  • describe the importance of competent duty holders cooperating, communicating and coordinating health and safety throughout the whole project

  • recognise the need to appoint competent health and safety assistance, and the limitations of such an appointment

  • identify the tools for introducing a proactive health and safety culture into their organisation.

Assessment:

​Assessment will be by an exam paper, the participation and completion of a case study exercise, and a trainer review. The examination demonstrates to external bodies that the certificate is only awarded to successful delegates following both an assessment and examination. Delegates are expected to be interactive during the course.

Exam paper:

​The paper consists of 15 questions; 10 multiple choice questions and 5 short written and/or matching questions and answers. This exam paper will be taken at the end of the course.

Course structure:
Module 1

  1. ​Leadership and worker engagement

  2. Health and safety law

  3. Plan, Do, Check, Act

  4. Plan, Do, Check, Act

  5. Plan, Do, Check, Act

  6. Plan, Do, Check, Act

Qualifications/certification:

Certification for this course is valid for 5 years. To remain certified in this area, you will need to retake the course before the expiry date.

Meet Your CITB Trainers

Micky has spent the past 57 years in the construction industry from all levels between working on site on the tools, to supervisory and later on to project management. 18 of these years have been as a Safety & Training Manager.

Safety Manager

Micky Rusz

Having started his career as a safety adviser with SSC Ltd where he worked his way up to Senior Safety Manager, Brian has also worked in safety management for DJ Construction (Group Safety Manager), Balfour Beatty (Capital Projects Safety Manager) and BCJV (Project Safety Manager).

 

He has also worked with AMEC, Tarmac, Laing Construction, CEGB and Delta Engineering). With over 20 years’ experience working with health, safety and environment issues in the construction industry, Brian founded Logic in 2001.

 

His expertise has led to many significant achievements with the industry including winning the Building Industry’s Integrated Project Safety Award on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions in 2004 and 2005.

Managing Director & Consultant

Brian Parish