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CITB Site Supervision Safety
Training Scheme - Refresher (SSSTS-R)

Introduction

This one-day refresher course is for delegates who have previously passed the two-day Site supervision safety training scheme (SSSTS) course and can provide proof of successful attendance.

 

It aims to bring health and safety knowledge up-to-date, as well as giving a thorough overview of the legislative changes and their impact in the workplace.

 

The course includes a wide range of topics which have been affected by changes to procedures, and builds upon the material in the original course.

Occupational Relevance

This course is for you if you have previously passed the Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS).

Aims

To help site supervisors to:

  • supervise health and safety on site in accordance with current legal provisions and within the context of their role 

  • develop an understanding of responsibility and accountability for site health, safety and welfare of workers on site 

  • recognise that a safe site is efficient, economical, productive and environmentally friendly.

Entry Requirements

 

The refresher course is only for delegates who have previously passed the two-day Site supervision safety training scheme (SSSTS) course and can provide proof of successful attendance.

Failure to attend the refresher course prior to the expiry of an existing certificate will require the delegate to re-enter the scheme by completing the full Site supervision safety training scheme (SSSTS) course if they wish to remain in the scheme.

Modules

 

Module 1 

Module 2 

Module 3 

Module 4 

Module 5

Duration

This is a one-day course. Delegates are required to complete the full course to be eligible for certification.

Assessment

 

To successfully achieve the course, delegates must pass the end of course exam.

Certification

Upon successful completion of the course you will be awarded certification by CITB for the Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme - Refresher (SSSTS-R)

Certificates are valid for five years.