Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS)

Multiple Locations or in-house nationwide

£225 + VAT

2 Days (Refreshments Provided)
WIGAN - Yard A Conway Industrial Estate, Skull House Lane, Appley Bridge, WN6 9DW
WARRINGTON - Dallam Court, Dallam Lane WA2 7LT
CREWE - YMCA, 189 Gresty Road, Crewe, CW2 6EL
ROCHDALE - Globe House Business Centre, Globe Park, Kingsway West, Moss Bridge Road OL16 5EB
LEEDS - Pure Offices, Turnberry Park Road, Morley, LS27 7LE

Contact us if you don’t see a suitable date or if you want to arrange an in-house course.


Who Should Attend? This course is aimed at first line managers, foreman, gangers, team leaders, supervisors and those who have, or are about to acquire supervisory responsibilities.

Course Overview: This course is aimed at those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities. Completion of the course will be provided supervisors with an ability to understand health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, as well as their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities. It will highlight the requirement to promote health and safety to supervise effectively. Upon successful completion of this course attendees that are in a supervisory position will understand problems currently highlighted in the industry within their role. They will understand how health and safety law is currently structured, can identify how their supervisory role fits in with the site manager and carry out site inductions, briefings and tool box talks. They will also understand risk assessment and method statements.

Course Content: The course will cover the following: –
– The relevant Regulations made under HSWA affecting the role and responsibilities.
– Emphasis is placed on the importance of CDM.
– The structure of the British legal system including the Health & Safety at Work Act.
– An understanding of behavioural safety in the workplace
– The uses and limitations of PPE
– Communication with other including site inductions & toolbox talks.
– Risk assessments and the need for method statements.
– Effective monitoring of site activities.

Training Method: Theory with discussion. Power Point presentation. Multiple choice examination.

Course Materials: Provided by CITB.

Requirements: There are no set entry requirements for this qualification. However, delegates must have a good understanding of spoken and written English.

Assessment: Continuously assessed through a range of discussion and practical exercises throughout entire course. Multiple choice examination at conclusion.

Certification: A CITB Certificate of Training will be issued to all those who complete the course to a satisfactory standard.