Classroom - SSSTS
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Day 1: 22-05-2021
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The CITB SSSTS course is required for supervisors who work on group sites with contractors and it stands for the ‘Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme’. The field of construction has its dangers and thousands of deaths and accidents occur within workplaces around the country every year. This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to create a safe environment within the workplace. The Health and Safety at Work Act, Specific site issues that challenge supervisors on a daily basis, Effective toolbox talks, Supervision of occupational health, Behavioural safety.
Do not miss a day of work, now weekend courses are also available.
Valid for 5 years
All course materials are provided for the training course. This includes the Site Supervision Simplified GE706 and Toolbox Talk.
The final examination for this SSSTS course will consist of a multiple-choice exam of 30 questions. If you are successful in passing this exam, you will be awarded a CITB Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme Certificate.
The qualification will remain valid for five years. After this point, it can be re-qualified by attending a one-day SSSTS Refresher course.
Benefits of SSSTS
This is a highly regarded construction site safety qualification. This SSSTS training will enable supervisors to create a healthy and safe working environment within the construction site. Prior health and safety awareness training is also available in the form of the 1-Day CITB Health and Safety Awareness course. There are a number of benefits to site supervisor safety training, such as:
It will reduce the number of accidents in the workplace, therefore cutting down on sick time, delays and costly and time-consuming legal procedures.
It is a moral responsibility, to protect the health and the welfare of your valuable employees.
It will ensure that you are complying with the legal regulations for the industry, to avoid heavy fines and suspensions.
Workplace accidents have a negative effect on your company’s reputation, which will make other contractors and clients hesitant to work with you and also make it difficult to recruit staff.
Accidents often damage materials and equipment, which can be costly and time consuming to repair.