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IOSH Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS)

Construction Management
Holland Safety PSCS
Duration2 Days
LocationDublin or In-Company
Max number8
Description

The role of PSCS requires a competent person to co-ordinate health and safety requirements during the construction stage of a project. This IOSH accredited programme is internationally recognised and will equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to perform the role of PSCS. The course looks at all the legislations and requirements around the duties of the PSCS before moving to the coordination of all safety elements during the construction phase. Delegates will obtain practical experience of implementing the key duties of the PSCS as detailed in the Safety, Health & Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013

Course Outline

Day 1

  • Health & Safety Law
  • Duties of the Client
  • Duties of the PSDP
  • Duties of Designers
  • The General Principles of Prevention
  • Duties of the Project Supervisor Construction Stage
  • Introduction to the Preliminary Health & Safety Plan
  • Construction Stage Health and Safety Plan

Day 2

  • The Safety Management System
  • Pre-Start Meeting for the Role of PSCS
  • Look Ahead/Co-Ordination Meeting
  • Safety Training and Statutory Forms
  • Permits to Work
  • Accident Notification
  • Duties of Contractors
  • Contractor Assessment
  • Temporary Works
  • The Safety File
  • Closing out the Project
Who Should Attend

This course is intended for those who will be involved in the role of Project Supervisor for the Construction Stage or anyone who wishes to get an appreciation of the role and its function.

Additional Information

Some personal learning / study time will be required from participants.

Programme packs and Assessment Briefs will be provided as a part of the programme.

Certification & Assessment

Certified by IOSH, PSCS qualification

Assessment involves a Theory Examination

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, delegates should:

  • Understand the role & legal responsibilities of the PSCS
  • Appreciate other duty holders’ roles and how they impact on the PSCS role
  • Be able to develop a preliminary safety & health plan and site paperwork
  • Be familiar with & know how to co-ordinate change
  • Demonstrate successful coordination of Contractors
  • Understand the principles of accident / incident investigation
Pick a date and book training course
21-04-2020 to 22-04-2020
23-06-2020 to 24-06-2020
10-09-2020 to 11-09-2020
19-11-2020 to 20-11-2020
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