Construction Site Safety
Construction sites are dangerous working environments. While risks and hazards will vary from site-to-site, it is imperative that worker safety is ensured through a variety of risk management and control methods. Poorly maintained, unsecured construction sites, as well as the presence of high-risk work activities, present a variety of serious threats to worker, visitor and public safety.
This induction course is designed to inform site managers and workers about industry best practice when operating and working on a construction site. It also covers basic requirements for site amenities, as well as recommendations for incident reporting and evacuation procedures.
- Both corporate companies and smaller construction businesses will benefit from this induction course
- This course covers general site safety considerations that are relevant for a variety of different construction sites
- The Construction Site Safety course is ideal for teaching persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs) and site managers about their workplace health and safety responsibilities
- Learn about the risks and hazards involved with operating and working on construction sites
- Understand requirements for supervision, site security, high risk work and other important site considerations
- Be able to implement best practice procedures for incident reporting and site evacuation procedures
- Educate managers and workers about the risks and hazards involved with working on construction sites
- Encourage all staff to abide by industry standards for site safety
- Minimise the risk of serious injuries and incidents occurring on construction sites