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Safe Pass FAQs
Safe Pass training is a one-day safety awareness programme generally aimed at those working in the construction sector. The aim of the programme is to raise the standard of safety awareness in the construction industry so that all construction workers after completing this one-day awareness programme can make a positive contribution to the prevention of accidents and ill health while working on the site.
Under the Safety Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013, Safe Pass / Safety Awareness Programmes only applies to –
(a) Craft and general construction workers,
(b) Persons undertaking on-site security work, and
(c) Persons or classes of persons as may be prescribed by the Minister.
No, the course is classroom-based training.
The course duration is one full day. The certification is valid for 4 years.
You must complete a multiple-choice questionnaire at the end of your course to demonstrate that you fully understood the course content.
We deliver our public courses from our training centres in Tallaght, Dublin 24 and Finglas, Dublin 11 and we also train off-site nationwide at our customer’s locations.
The course and exam is delivered in English. If you would like to check further, talk to our team directly and we will be happy to help.
You can book online now or contact our team 01-8641790. If the date you are looking for is not available on our website, give us a call! We are adding courses all the time.
Manual Handling FAQs
Manual handling is any activity where a person moves a load by lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling, holding or restraining. A common example is transporting heavy boxes by hand in a warehouse. The risk of carrying out a manual handling task without proper training is injury to the spine, arms, legs and joints.
Participants will learn everything they need to know about moving loads safely in the workplace. Our ISM instructor will explain how the way a load is carried can impact the joints and muscle and longterm effects of poor manual handling technique on the skeleton. Participants will watch and engage in a practical demonstration of lifting, pushing, pulling and storing loads. Everyone will finish the course with a greater understanding of safe manual handling practices in the workplace.
Manual handling courses are offered at our Finglas and Tallaght Training Centres. Find our location addresses here
The course is 2 hours long and is completed in one day.
All participants will receive an ISM Certificate of Competition provided they pass all theoretical and practical elements of the course. The certification is valid for 3 years. Certification can be renewed by completing the course again.
The manual handling course costs €60 in our Finglas Training Centre and €39* in our Tallaght Training Centre. *Online exclusive.
No. Our manual handling course takes place in person at our Finglas and Tallaght Training Centres.
All participants will sit an exam at the end of their course. This involves a multiple choice questionnaire and a practical demonstration to show you understand the safe techniques for moving heavy loads.
The course and exam is delivered in English only. Participants who do not speak English as their first language should phone our Training Team on 01 864 1790 to enquire about additional available resources.
A manual handling cert ensures employers that a person is competent to risk assess and perform manual handling tasks in their workplace.
Our manual handling course can be booked online here. If there are no dates online that suit you, please give us a call on 01 864 1790.
ENSURING SAFETY IN YOUR WORKPLACE
Health & Safety Training
Health & Safety training is required by law for all employers and employees to ensure the safety, health and welfare of everyone in the workplace. This is covered by the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 which sets out employers’ and employees’ duties to maintain a safe work environment. The most common non-fatal injuries are manual handling-related with 25% of these accidents happening in the industrial sector. Management of health and safety through training will reduce the chance of an accident in your workplace, improve staff morale and motivation, and save the company money overall. At ISM we have a range of courses to provide employers and employees with the health and safety certification needed to manage risks in the workplace.