Construction Workplace Safety

Certification: QQI Level 4

Duration: Four Days

This module is designed to give learners an appreciation of the importance of Workplace Safety on site.

Training Aim: 

The aim of the Workplace Safety training programme is to offer learners the opportunity to identify and to gather knowledge from their workplace or previous experiences in the workplace and to appreciate the importance of workplace safety. Learners will develop and build a range of core skills which will benefit them in the workplace and provide the basis for life-long learning.

Learning Outcomes:

Learners who successfully complete this module will:

  • State the procedures for Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment for Safety Statement on site.
  • Describe procedures for site specific safety documentation, e.g. Method Statements, Safety System of Work Plans and Job Site Safety Systems.
  • Identify the importance of consultation and worker participation in site safety.
  • List the different duty holders responsibilities on site: Client, Designers, PSDP, PSCS, Contractors. 
  • Describe the policies and procedures for Incident and Accident Reporting and Emergencies on Site.

Participant Profile:  Self Employed Contractors, Foreman, Project Managers and any person interested in construction site safety. 

Note: A minimum of 21 self directed learning hours will be required for the submission of assignment.

Facilities:  Normal Classroom facilities.

Preferred Entry Level:    

Learners must have at least two years practical experience on site and/or have a desire to get involved in Construction Safety Management.

For further information contact:

Pat: 086 8379068 or

Shane: 087 6418890 or

                             Office 053 92 39383 or


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