Site Management Safety Training Scheme Refresher
The CITB SMSTS Refresher courseis a renewal qualification aimed towards individuals who hold a current Site Management Safety Training Scheme certificate and wish to renew their qualification for another five years. The training is designed to ensure that personnel maintain and update their current health and safety knowledge. The refresher course covers changes to legislation, approved codes of practice and best working practice within the industry.
Renew Your Site Management Qualification
Individuals wishing to renew their SMSTS qualification must provide a copy of the original five-day course certificate. Only those individuals who have passed the five day SMSTS course and provided evidence of this will be eligible to take the two day refresher course.
SMSTS Refresher Course Content
- Introduction to Health and Safety Management
- Managing Health and Safety
- Responsibilities of Supervisors and Managers
- Measuring and Auditing health and safety performance
- Control of hazards and risks
Upon completion of this SMSTS Refresher training, candidates will be able to:
- Appreciate recent developments in construction legislation accident causes, costs and reasons for prevention
- Understand the legal system, relevant legislation, Approved Codes of Practice, Guidance Notes Codes of Practice and Case Law
- Conduct risk assessments
- Monitor health and safety performance
- Understand best practice in the management of sub-contractors
- Disseminate information to operatives and sub-contractors
Assessment is continuous throughout the SMSTS Refresher training via individual and group exercises. Testing of the knowledge learned during the five days is in the form of a multiple choice CITB examination paper consisting of 25 questions. The pass the exam a score of 80% (28 out of 35) will be required.
Full attendance throughout the duration of the training is required. All delegates must have a good understanding of written & spoken English.
- Photographic I.D. is required for all delegates
- Failure to provide this on the first day of the course is likely to result in the delegate not being allowed to attend or complete the training.