Essential Health & Safety for Senior Executives

Introduction

This half day course is aimed at senior executives, directors and senior managers who must have up to date knowledge of their health & safety responsibilities and liabilities.  This course will provide the opportunity to obtain practical guidance on corporate manslaughter, gross negligence manslaughter and modern health & safety management techniques developed over recent years.

The content of this course will be local construction industry focused.  The objective will be for delegates to know how to create safe systems of work and in so doing minimise individual and corporate liability.

Who Should Attend?

  • Senior executives, directors or senior managers who wish to obtain a CSR card suitable to their level of seniority within their organisation.
  • Senior executives, directors or senior managers who wish to keep abreast of health & safety developments.
  • Card Options - Please ensure you meet the criteria for at least one of the cards listed below.

Successful completion of the course fulfils the health and safety training requirements of the Construction Skills Register cards listed below:

  • Black Senior Manager Card (New & Renewal.  New requirements in place to renew this card from December 2024.  Please click here for more information). 
  • Experienced Manager Card
  • Academically Qualified Persons Card
  • Professionally Qualified Persons Card

Pricing

CEF Members £130+VAT (£156)

Non CEF Members (£160+VAT (£192)

*Note: The cost is for the course only.  CSR cards are applied for separately.

Companies registered with CITBNI may be eligible to claim a grant for this training.

To book a place on this course, please login or create a new account (top right of page).

 

When
26/04/2024 08:30 - 13:30
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Where
CEF Offices 143 Malone Road Belfast BT9 6SX
Sign in or create an account to register Registration ends 19/04/2024 08:00
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