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IOSH Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) Course

The IOSH Project Supervisor Construction Stage Course allows anyone who want to act in the position of PSCS and/or Health and Safety co-ordinator to the PSCS under Irish legislation.  We run courses nationwide. Both public and private.

Contact us for details. Our training department look forward to hearing from you. This IOSH PSCS course is internationally accredited. As well as internationally recognised.

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IOSH Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) Training Course - Instructor-led Webinar Training, 16th May 2024

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690.00Book your Place Now
IOSH Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) Training Course - Instructor-led Webinar Training, June 10th & 11th 2024

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690.00Book your Place Now
IOSH Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) Training Course - Instructor-led Webinar Training, 4th September 2024

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690.00Book your Place Now
IOSH Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) Training Course - Occupli, Little Island, 4th November 2024

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690.00Book your Place Now
IOSH Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) Training Course - Occupli Ballymount D24XNE2, 7th November 2024

There are spaces available on this course

690.00Book your Place Now

REQUIREMENTS – WEBINAR COURSES 

You will require; 

  • Reliable Internet Access 
  • Audio (headphones or speakers) 
  • Microphone 
  • Webcam  

Please test these prior to commencement of the course. Late joiners to the course will not be allowed access. Occupli will be unable to provide technical support on the day of the course. We ask all attendees to arrive to the webinar at least 10 minutes before the course begins.

 

Participants: Up to 10 personnel
Duration: Two Days

Key benefits of the IOSH Project Supervisor Construction Stage Course
  • Evaluating how you and other key duty holders fulfil their roles during construction projects.
  • Understanding the role and legal responsibilities of your PSCS.
  • Preparing and contributing to your construction safety plan and file.
  • Completing risk assessments. Which includes making recommendations for risk controls and safe systems of work.
  • Identifying and reducing construction specific hazards.
  • Applying risk controls, reduction and prevention.
  • Measuring performance. Including active and reactive monitoring.
Course Content

On completion of the course participants will be able to:

  • Appreciate who the key duty holders are as defined within the legislation and how they fulfil their roles.
  • Understand the role and legal responsibilities of the PSCS.
  • Understand the requirements for preparing and contributing to the Safety File.
  • Recognise the need for measuring performance and understand the principles for active and reactive monitoring.
  • Apply risk controls, reduction and the principles of prevention.
  • Be able to complete a risk assessment and make recommendations for risk controls and safe systems of work.
  • Identify and mitigate construction specific hazards.
  • Understand the need for and contents of a construction safety plan.
Course Objectives

The Aim of this programme is to equip candidates with the knowledge to fully understand the legal responsibilities of the PSCS role and guidance on how they might fulfil this role in line with legislation and best practice.

Who Is This Course Intended For?

This course is suitable for all personnel who have a good knowledge of health and safety, for individuals who are currently involved in construction activities in their organisation (senior safety personnel, safety officers, project managers or consultants acting in the role of PSCS) and for individuals who will have responsibility for or who will be involved in the role of Project Supervisor for Construction Stage.

Please note, completing this training course in itself, does not deem a person competent to fulfil the role of PSCS. To be competent to fulfil the role of PSCS, requires appropriate training, knowledge and experience in construction.

Please see the HSA website for further information on the role of the project supervisor construction stage:

https://www.hsa.ie/eng/your_industry/construction/construction_duty_holders/project_supervisor_construction_stage_pscs_/

If you feel that it is beneficial to gain knowledge and develop your competency in construction Health and Safety prior to or alternatively to participating in the IOSH PSCS course, we recommend the IOSH Safety, Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers.

Assessment

On successful completion of the exam participants will be awarded the IOSH PSCS Certificate.

Accreditation

On successful completion of the exam participants will be awarded the IOSH PSCS Certificate.

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