For over a decade, our company has been one that provides specialist training for learners looking to expand their skill sets. Every trainer in our employ has worked in numerous sectors to give them broad knowledge and expertise to share. One area in particular where they excel is the Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS). This course is ideal for those going into supervisory positions on construction sites and provides one with all that they’ll need to know in order to lead effectively.
First line managers are what the SSSTS course has in mind and this can introduce to them critical information that one requires in order to supervise properly. Said details include environmental and welfare concerns, as well as health and safety regulations. With knowledge like this behind them, site managers will understand their role and what steps they can take in order to keep everybody secure when they are on site.
You might ask yourself initially why you’d want to spend money on supervisory training, but the answer is quite simple really. Ultimately, training is essential towards keeping the business out of legal trouble. There are a myriad of laws and regulations that surround such topics like safety, and as a supervisor you’ll want to be fully aware of them and how they can be applied to the company.
If these steps aren’t taken, you are setting yourself up for possible litigation and other issues that could halt the construction operations. Trying to interpret subjects like health and safety on your own is never a good idea. Instead, you’ll want to take the safe route and undertake a training course to develop your understanding of company policies and relevant laws, and this is where we can help.
At Pip Services our dedicated SSSTS courses in London cover areas that include the Health and Safety at Work Act, as well as other applicable regulations, tool box talks, control of subcontractors and more. It lasts for a total of two days and an assessment is included. Upon completion, you shall be awarded a CITB Site Safety Plus certificate.
If you are interested in taking this course, please do get in touch.