The CCNSG National Safety Passport Course provides delegates with essential knowledge in relation to health and safety using an accredited programme to ensure that site personnel operate using standardised and mandatory industry practices. This will minimise risks to themselves and others.
Who Is The CCNSG Course For:
The CCNSG National Safety Passport course is for people who are about to enter a high risk environment such as chemical plants and steel manufacturers.
If no courses are listed above, then unfortunately we do not have any scheduled courses at the moment.
About the CCNSG Safety training:
The CCNSG Safety Passport is to ensure a basic knowledge of health and safety for all site personnel to enable them, after appropriate site induction, to work on site safely, with lower risk to themselves and others.
The course covers the following objectives:
Safe Behaviours at Work
Consequences of good/bad safety
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
What is Hazard?
What is Risk?
Hierarchy of Control
As low as Reasonably Practical
Working at Height
This is a highly interactive high risk environment course delivered by means of case studies, classroom discussion, group work and individual/group presentations. Candidates will be continuously assessed through individual and group exercises and will have to pass multiple-choice tests
Good understanding of spoken and written English. Please contact us if you have any concerns in this area.
You will need to provide photo ID on the first day of the course, such as a copy of your passport or driving licence.
£150.00 +VAT (£180) per delegate
This cost includes publications, registration, certification/card, and refreshments.
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The finance payments would be:
Deposit: £50 then 3 monthly payments of £44 or 6 monthly payments of £22.