There has been an increasing demand in employers seeking candidates who hold both the SMSTS qualification as well as the First Aid qualification.
Could this be the step that leads to a promotion? Is this holding you back from working on a multi-million-pound project?
The CITB-Construction Skills Site Safety Plus - Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) was created to assist site managers and potential site managers, to develop knowledge, awareness and understanding of their legal, moral and social responsibilities in respect of health, safety and welfare on construction sites.
Who Should Attend?:
The SMSTS course covers topics such as; undertaking suitable risk assessments for a construction site, scaffolding, electricity, fire safety, confined spaces, CDM and much more. This makes SMSTS training essential for construction site managers in order to comply with all associated legislation, as well as ensuring a safe construction site as those working in the construction industry spend their time in some of the most hazardous of working environments.
What Will I Learn?:
The SMSTS course is one of the most highly respected qualifications for those who are responsible for the management of construction activities. The majority of employers that we work with insist that all their site managers hold the certificate.
Upon completion, successful attendees will be awarded the Site Safety Plus CITB Construction Site Management Safety Training Certificate. This certificate will remain valid for 5 years.
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