NEBOSH Construction Certificate Stockton

NEBOSH construction focuses on developing your knowledge of health and safety within the construction industry. During the course, you’ll take three modules, dealing with basic knowledge of health and safety, how to apply this in real life and also take part in a practical assigment.

A breakdown of each of the modules included follows:

NGC1 – Management of National Health and Safety

This basic module is designed as a general introduction to health and safety in the UK. It focuses on developing your understanding of health and safety, including actions you should take.

The following elements are included as part of the unit:

  • Foundations in health and safety
  • Health and safety management systems – Plan
  • Health and safety management systems – Do
  • Health and safety management systems – Check
  • Health and safety management systems – Act

A two hour written exam will be taken after the course content.

NCC1 – Managing and Controlling Hazards in Construction Activities

The main module included as part of this course is NCC1 – Managing and Controlling Hazards in Construction Activities. The following elements are included as part of this module:

  • Element 1 – Construction law and management
  • Element 2 – Construction site – hazards and risk control
  • Element 3 – Vehicle and plant movement – hazards and risk control
  • Element 4 – Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
  • Element 5 – Work equipment – hazards and risk control
  • Element 6 – Electrical safety
  • Element 7 – Fire safety
  • Element 8 – Chemical and biological health – hazards and risk control
  • Element 9 – Physical and psychological health – hazards and risk control
  • Element 10 – Working at height – hazards and risk control
  • Element 11 – Excavation work and confined spaces – hazards and risk control
  • Element 12 – Demolition and deconstruction – hazards and risk control

A two hour written exam will be taken after the course content.

NCC2 – Construction Health and Safety Practical Application

Put everything you’ve learned to the test in this two-hour work-based practical assessment.

Course Suitability

You should take the NEBOSH construction course if you work at any level within the construction sector.

There are no formal requirements for the course, although a background in the construction industry would be advantageous.

Qualification Gained

  • NEBOSH National Construction Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety

More Information

Want more information on this course, or interested in other qualifications? Please call the team directly on 01642 987 978 and they’ll be able to help.

Train to NEBOSH standards with our Stockton-on-Tees construction course!

Our NEBOSH construction course, based in Stockton-on-Tees, is an essential for anyone wanting to work safely within the construction sector.

One of the most popular courses in the UK for construction workers, NEBOSH’s qualification will allow you to prove your commitment towards safety in construction sites and other dangerous environments. With NEBOSH, you can learn the skills you need to ensure the safety of yourself and others, something which is of the utmost importance when working in the demanding conditions workers face on a daily basis in construction sites.

The NEBOSH Construction certificate course should be taken by anyone – including managers, supervisors and contractors – who have a defined role which must adhere to the Construction Design and Management regulations 2015.

Employers should strongly consider sending any contractors working on construction sites on this course. NEBOSH’s construction certificate will allow you to prove that your contractors are working safely at all times, helping to minimise accidents within construction environments and giving contractors the necessary knowledge to work safely at all times.

This course is suitable for any element of the construction sector, including construction sites, broadcasting, utility work and temporary workspace construction.

Duration

This course runs for 15 days total