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20 - CCE - Construction, Civil and Marine Engineering

CCE 144 - Construction HSE Hazards (3 Days)

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Course Description

While authorities are responsible for monitoring construction sites, the sites as workplaces have various participants. All of them are responsible for safety but in different ways.

Company owners are responsible for their employees’ work health and safety and need to comply with health and safety laws and policies. Different laws apply in different parts of the world. Still, employers everywhere must put safety practices in place to provide a safe work environment and information and training needed to keep the workers safe. This course provides a step-by-step guide to understanding and managing the risks.

Course Objectives

  • Managing the technical and financial requirements of site construction
  • Choosing less hazardous materials or substances
  • Maintaining equipment and checking it is working correctly
  • Selecting effective controls and the right tools
  • Improve safety culture within the organization

Who Should Attend?

  • Workers
  • Supervisors 
  • Engineers 
  • Safety officers 
  • Inspectors 
  • Managers

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Importance and fundamentals of safety management system
  • Underlying causes of health and safety risks
  • Site requirements for the welfare of construction workers
  • Hierarchy of control measures
  • Roles, responsibilities, and accountabilities towards safety
  • Hazard identification and assessment
  • Health & safety for scaffolds and scaffolding work
  • Managing noise and demolition risks

Day 2

  • Hazard prevention and control
  • Emergency response
  • Control of working at height
  • Safety during concreting, formwork, and shuttering
  • Controlling hazardous substances
  • Controlling physical health risks
  • Electrical safety
  • Safety in welding and gas cutting Safety while material handling
  • Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Managing environmental aspects
  • Incident and accident investigation
  • History of workplace injuries, work- related illness and close shaves

Day 3

  • Job safety analysis
  • Permit to work
  • Housekeeping
  • Reporting and record keeping
  • Safety training and awareness
  • Hazard communication
  • Safety during excavation
  • Motivation and penalization
  • Legal and statutory requirements