ISM Training Services Safe Pass Course is a SOLAS Approved one-day safety awareness programme aimed at general construction workers, craft workers and "on site" security personnel in the construction industry. The cost of the one-day course is €95.00 and we operate Safe Pass Courses on a weekly basis from the ISM Training Centre in Finglas, Dublin 11.
Who is responsible under legislation?
Under the Health & Welfare at work Act 2005 all construction workers are bound by law to hold a valid Safe Pass card. The employer under section 10, 25 & 26 of Safety, Health & Welfare at Work Act, 2005 is responsible to allow employee’s time off from their duties for awareness training as may be reasonable having regard to their health and safety without loss of remuneration.
Who Should Attend?
- Craft Workers
- General Construction Workers
- Working Chargehands
- On-site Security Workers
- Contractors Drivers On-site
- Delivery Drivers On-site e.g. concrete trucks
- Duties & Responsibilities at work
- Noise & Vibration
- Accident Reporting & Prevention
- Promoting a Safety Culture
- Working at heights
- Excavations & Confined Spaces
- Working with Electricity and overhead services
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Working with and held equipment, tools and machinery
- The Safe use of vehicles
- Manual Handling
- Health & Hygiene
On Completion of Course Participants will
Have a basic knowledge of health and safety, and be able to work on-site without being a risk to themselves or others who might be affected by their acts or omissions. On successful completion of the exam participants will be issued with a SOLAS Safe Pass card.
If you are interested in finding out more about the above Course, or to schedule times and dates that suit you, call us at (Nationwide Call-Save) 1850 530 430 or (Dublin Office) 01 8641790 or (Cork Office) 021 4226688. The ISM Safe Pass Course costs €95.00.
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