Level Three NEBOSH Construction Certificate Health and Safety
The National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety is designed for supervisors and managers within the construction industry and is designed to provide a sound breadth of underpinning knowledge that enables them to discharge more effectively their duties with respect to health and safety in construction activities. The qualification is referenced within the Approved Code of Practice (ACoP) for Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 as a key knowledge indicator when assessing Stage 1 competence for CDM co-ordinators.
Once tuition has finished, candidates are allowed a week before they complete the exams. There are two exams on consecutive days and candidates have a fortnight to complete the practical element.
On successful completion of each of the units, a unit certificate will be issued. In order to achieve the NEBOSH General Certificate in Construction Health and Safety, qualification in each of the three units must be achieved within a five year period.
All costs include exam fees and course material. Exam date is 5 December 2018.
What will I study?
The syllabus consists of:-
Three units as follows:
Unit NGC1: Management of Health and Safety
Element 1: Foundations in Health and Safety
Element 2: Health and Safety Management Systems – Plan
Element 3: Health and Safety Management Systems – Do
Element 4: Health and Safety Management Systems – Check
Element 5: Health and Safety Management Systems – Act
Unit NCC1 Managing and Controlling Hazards in Construction Activities
Element 1: Construction Law and Management
Element 2: Construction Site – Hazards & Risk Control
Element 3: Vehicle & Plant Movement – Hazards & Risk Control
Element 4: Musculoskeletal Hazards & Risk Control
Element 5: Work Equipment – Hazards & Risk Control
Element 6: Electrical Safety
Element 7: Fire Safety
Element 8: Chemical & Biological Health Hazards and Risk Control
Element 9: Physical & Psychological Health – Hazards & Risk Control
Element 10: Working at Height – Hazards and Risk Control
Element 11: Excavation Work & Confined Spaces – Hazards & Risk Control
Element 12: Demolition & Deconstruction – Hazards & Risk Control
NCC2 Health and safety practical application
How will I be assessed?
The practical assessment is carried out at the student’s place of work.
There are no formal entry requirements although it is advisable that candidates have an understanding of the basic practical aspects of the construction industry. The examination also includes a requirement to write a short report.
Validated by NEBOSH
For start dates and fees, consult the relevant course guides below or you can request a prospectus by post.