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Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP) – HOME STUDY

The IOSH Project Supervisor Design Process course is delivered exclusively in an instructor led webinar. You will receive a link to join the class remotely from your location at the time & date noted below.

Occupli now offers this IOSH PSDP on both a private and public basis. This is a two day course. For those who are involved in the Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP) process. These include designers, specifiers. As well as anyone who needs to become educated on the role/function of the PSDP.  In addition, there are several topics covered in the IOSH PSDP Course. These include Construction Regulations legislation, duties of the PSDP. As well as Designer Responsibilities, the General Principles of Prevention, etc.

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Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP) Course - 20th & 21st June 2024

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690.00Book your Place Now
Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP) Course - 26th September 2024

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Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP) Course - 23rd October 2024

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Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP) Course - 30th October 2024

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REQUIREMENTS – WEBINAR COURSES 
We recommend use of 
Google Chrome™ 5.0 or newer web browser 

You will require; 

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

Please test these prior to commencement of the IOSH Project Supervisor Design Phase course. Late joiners to the course will not be allowed access.  We ask all attendees to arrive to the webinar at least 10 minutes before the course begins.

Duration: 2 Days
Participants: Up to 10

Course Outline

This is a two day course. For those who will be involved at the Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP). Similarly, it’s intended for anyone who needs to get an idea of the role and its function.

Topics covered include legislation, duties of the PSDP and the General Principles of Prevention.

Course Objectives

On completion of this course, you will understand:

  • Legal aspects relation to PSDP (Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, and the Safety Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013
  • Duties of PSDP
  • Principles of prevention
  • Life cycle of PSDP
Target Audience

This course is suitable for all personnel who have a good knowledge of health and safety and are currently involved in the coordination of construction design activities (architects, chartered surveyors, consulting engineers, consultants acting in the role of PSDP).

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

Please see the HSA website for further information on the role of the project supervisor design process:

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

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 PSDP course, we recommend the IOSH Safety, Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers.

Course Contents
  • Legal overview
  • Duties of client, PSDP and Designers
  • General principles of prevention
  • Particular and other risks
  • Preliminary Health and Safety Plan
  • Workshop on preliminary plan
  • Life cycle
  • Designer risk assessment workshop
  • Safety file
  • Construction plan overview
Assessment

Written exam

Accreditation

Full IOSH Certification is provided on successful completion of this course

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