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National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety course is designed for:

  • managers with a responsibility for health and safety in construction operations
  • those wishing to undertake the role in Co-ordinator (Design and Construction Phases)
  • those working in facilities management
  • those persons wishing to start a career in occupational health and safety in construction


The benefits of gaining the Construction Certificate are:

  • develop an underpinning knowledge of health and safety legislation and its impact on your site / project
  • assist your company’s safety management programme
  • assess construction site workplace hazards and develop control measures
  • develop a basis for a future career in occupational safety


Core NCC Elements

  • IMG_2162Construction law and management
  • Construction site hazards and control
  • Vehicle and plant movement – hazards and control
  • Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
  • Work equipment – hazards and control
  • Electrical safety
  • Fire safety
  • Chemical and biological health hazards and risk control
  • Physical and psychological health hazards and risk control
  • Working at height – hazards and control
  • Excavation work and confined spaces – hazards and control
  • Demolition hazards and control


NCC Duration & Examination

The programme is delivered over 10 days and concludes with a written 2hr theoretical paper and a practical return to work site safety inspection assignment.


NGC 1 Exemption

If you have successfully completed a NEBOSH NGC1 unit within the last 5 years or have been awarded a Diploma level Safety qualification within the last 5 years an exemption from taking the NGC1 unit and upon successful completion of NCC1 & 2 a ‘full parchment’ will be awarded by NEBOSH.

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