CCNSG Safety Passport
Course Code H4201
Course Cost: £180.00 Per Delegate + Vat
Forthcoming Course Dates
Training Course Information
Achieve your CCNSG Safety Passport training accreditation
Date of Next Course: Wednesday 4th October
(See other forthcoming dates below)
Venue: Maersk Training - Newcastle
Duration: Two Days
The CCNSG Safety Passport training programme is monitored and controlled by a national steering group known as the Client / Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG) who is there to ensure that standards are being maintained and that the content of the training programme continues to meet current safety legislation and current safety practices.
The CCNSG course content and programme are designed to maximise delegate participation and are therefore highly interactive. Successful completion of this course is often a prerequisite for being allowed to install or perform service on wind turbines in the UK.
The CCNSG Safety Passport course syllabus covers the following objectives:
- Safe behaviours at work
- Consequences of good and bad safety
- Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Risk Assessments
- What is Hazard?
- What is Risk?
- Hierarchy of Control
- Fire Safety
- Manual Handling
- Confined Space
- Working at Height
- Site Transport
Delegate learning objectives & outcomes
On successful completion of the course the delegate would have passed 4 multi-choice examinations relating to the aforementioned subjects and participated in various Aroup discussions.
Valid medical certificate.
There are no formal admission requirements though the course is recommended for:
- Managers and Supervisors working in the offshore renewable energy sector
- Anyone responsible for health and safety in the workplace
- Individuals looking to enter the offshore renewable sector
- Anyone working in the building and construction sector
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974