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CPHS Card Health and Safety Training Course

CPHS Card Health and Safety Training Course

The RSUA has established a one day health and safety training course appropriate for construction professionals which meets the requirements of the Buildsafe NI Initiative 2011.

The objective of the course is to equip designers with an understanding of construction health and safety.  When this understanding has been demonstrated through assessment, course participants receive a Construction Professionals Health & Safety Card (cPHS) card as evidence of having successfully completed the course.

The cPHS card is seen as more appropriate for construction professionals and it complements other card schemes such as the CSR card for site operatives.

The course participant’s professional institute’s registration number is to be displayed on the card and the cPHS card is to be used in conjunction with the professional institute card. Only members of a professional body can apply for a cPHS card.

The programme for this one day training course and the cPHS card is supported by:

  • Health and Safety Executive forNorthern Ireland
  • DFP Central Procurement Directorate
  • Construction Industry Group Professional College
  • A broad range of Northern Irish contractors

Course Provider

Philip McAleenan is a researcher, safety consultant and writer who has presented at international conferences on safety and construction and delivered CPD programmes at home and in theUSandCanada.  He is co-developer of the award winning Operation Analysis & Control (OAC) process and the Organisation Cultural Maturity Index (OCMI).

When: From 09:15 to 16:30 on Wednesday 21 October 2015

Where: Riddel Hall

How much:

Member of RSUA or other professional body: £72+VAT (£86.40)

RSUA Practice Service Scheme member: £60+VAT (£72)

The course fee includes the cPHS card registration fee.

How to book: Contact Julia Leaker at julia@rsua.org.uk or 028 9032 3760. Bookings will only be confirmed on receipt of a cheque. Please send cheques to Royal Society of Ulster Architects, 2 Mount Charles, Belfast, BT7 1NZ