The Construction Skills Register (CSR) is a register of construction workers who have completed the industry approved CSR training course and assessment in health and safety. The aims of the CSR registration scheme are to raise standards of health and safety and provide recognition of skills, experience and qualifications attained. To become registered, workers must complete a minimum of one day health and safety training, delivered by an accredited training provider. Operatives can also be assessed to ascertain their level of competency in their skill area. Applicants receive a photographic identity card that provides proof of their health and safety training and their skills and qualifications, if appropriate. Course Aim: To give site operatives and clear understanding of health and safety issues that may effect them when working on a construction or civil engineering contract 1 DAY CSR H&S COURSES 4 DAY SITE SUPERVISOR & ASSESSMENT YELLOW, RED, GREEN, BLUE & GOLD CARDS Who should attend: All site Operatives All site visitors – Yellow card Those requiring renewal of existing cards Course Contents: Health and safety at work legislation Accident reporting and emergency procedure and fire prevention Accident prevention Manual handling Working at heights Personal protective equipment Noise and vibration Working with electricity, underground and overhead services Use of hand held equipment and tools Safe use of vehicles Excavations and confined spaces CSR Occupational Assessments Following successful completion of the course, and where appropriate, an occupational assessment must be undertaken to assess the level of card required. This assessment will be competed on the same day as the course.
This is a classroom only course currently and CSR are still considering an online version to be advised soon