Half Day Construction Professionals Health & Safety Card Course
Location: Lough Neagh Discovery Centre
Date: 12 March 2018
RSUA has launched a new half day course to obtain or renew your Construction Professional Health and Safety (CPHS) Card.
The CPHS card, or equivalent, is required to work on any public sector construction site in Northern Ireland and must be renewed every 4 years. It is worthwhile checking the date of your current CPHS or CSR card to ensure it is still valid.
The Buildsafe NI initiative states that everyone “visiting a site shall have received appropriate health and safety training to be able to work on-site without being a risk to themselves or others who might be affected by their acts or omissions and carry with them on site, evidence of having received such training.”
The CPHS card is regarded as appropriate evidence.
The primary local alternative card provider is the Construction Skills Register (CSR). CSR stopped issuing Architect CSR cards in September 2017 and now offer different routes to acquiring a CSR card.
The new half day CPHS Course is focused on providing construction professionals with “appropriate health and safety training to be able to work on-site without being a risk to themselves or others who might be affected by their acts or omissions”, The course will cover some fundamentals and will also highlight any relevant changes in H&S practice in recent years.
Here are the essential details:
Course duration: Half day
When: 13:00 to 17:00 on Monday 12th March 2018
Where: Lough Neagh Discovery Centre,OxfordIsland, Craigavon
How much: Member of RSUA or other professional body: £80+VAT
RSUA Practice Service Scheme member: £60+VAT
The course fee includes the CPHS card registration fee.