CCNSG Safety Passport Course
The nationally accredited CCNSG Safety Passport course and the scheme are designed to enable contractors to improve health, safety, and environmental awareness while at work on site. The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) accredited passport will also benefit your company by reducing accident rates and incident-related costs and putting a stop to repetitive health and safety inductions.
The CCNSG Safety Passport scheme results in attendees acquiring a nationally recognised site safety qualification. Many companies insist on personnel holding the recognised safety passport qualification before allowing them access to a site or premises. The training provides basic knowledge of health and safety and complements on-site induction, enabling employees to work more safely and with lower risk to themselves and others. This passport which was previously known as the SCATS card is valid for three years, after this period the renewal consists of a 1-day CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal course. The CCNSG training scheme meets the statutory requirements of the Health and Safety Executive.
It’s important to make a note of the expiry date once the CCNSG passport arrives to avoid having to retake this two day course once the passport is no longer valid.
CCNSG Course Dates and Venues
View hundreds of CCNSG Safety Passport course dates scheduled at training venues in most major towns and cities throughout the UK.
CCNSG Course Content
By the end of the CCNSG Safety Passport training, delegates should be able to:
- explain Health and Safety law and permits to work
- outline safe working practices relating to scaffolding
- outline safe working practices for access and exiting
- describe the accident and first aid procedures
- explain fire precautions and procedures
- define COSHH and personal protective equipment
- explain the theories of Manual Handling
- outline noise procedures and practices
- define the regulations for work with cranes and heavy equipment
- outline the excavations procedures and practices
Duration & Assessment
The CCNSG course lasts for two days. At the end of the training, all candidates will be assessed with multiple choice question papers. In order to pass the candidates will need to achieve 80% on each paper.
There is no prior learning required, however, delegates must have a good understanding of the verbal and written English language.
- National Insurance Number
- Photo Identification
Delegates Will Receive ECITB CCNSG Safety Passport
Everyone who passes the CCNSG course is awarded a safety passport from the ECITB. It takes approximately three days for the passport to arrive, although all successful candidates will be provided with a temporary passport at the end of the course. The temporary passport can be used as evidence of your skills and training in health and safety for a period of up to six weeks.
Is Further Study Available?
Yes, you can study the additional one-day CCNSG Leading a Team Safely course. In order to be accepted on to the course you must already hold a current and valid CCNSG Safety Passport.