Internationally recognised, the NEBOSH International Certificate in Construction Health and Safety is designed to provide a strong foundation in construction related health and safety and for those making day-to-day decisions in construction work. The course takes a risk management approach based on best practice and international standards, such as International Labour Organisation (ILO) codes of practice.
Who is the NEBOSH International Certificate in Construction Health and Safety for?
The International Certificate in Construction Health and Safety is designed for supervisors and managers within the construction industry outside of the UK and is designed to provide a sound breadth of underpinning knowledge that enables them to manage construction risks effectively.
Many larger organisations choose the NEBOSH qualifications as a key part of their supervisors’ or management development programme. By ensuring that line managers have a sound understanding of the principles of risk management they build an effective safety culture in the organisation.
The course is also suitable for those embarking on a career in health and safety, providing a valuable foundation for further professional study (such as the NEBOSH International Diploma).
NEBOSH International Certificate in Construction Health and Safety Structure
The NEBOSH International General Certificate is divided into 3 Units:
Unit IGC1 Management of international health and safety
|Element 1||Foundations in health and safety|
|Element 2||Health and safety management systems 1 – Plan|
|Element 3||Health and safety management systems 2 – Do|
|Element 4||Health and safety management systems 3 – Check|
|Element 5||Health and safety management systems 4 – Act|
Unit ICC1 Managing and controlling hazards in international construction activities
|Element 1||Construction management|
|Element 2||Construction site – hazards and risk control|
|Element 3||Vehicle and plant movement – hazards and risk control|
|Element 4||Musculoskeletal – hazards and control|
|Element 5||Work equipment – hazards and risk control|
|Element 6||Electrical safety|
|Element 7||Fire safety|
|Element 8||Chemical and biological health – hazards and risk control|
|Element 9||Physical and psychological health – hazards and risk control|
|Element 10||Working at height – hazards and risk control|
|Element 11||Excavation work and confined spaces – hazards and risk control|
|Element 12||Demolition and deconstruction – hazards and risk control|
Unit ICC2 International Construction Health & Safety Practical Application
Candidates are required to carry out a safety inspection of a workplace and prepare a report that persuasively urges management to take appropriate action.
14 days: Consisting of 13 days of tuition + 1 day for examinations. Delegates who already have IGC 1 will be exempt from that part and the timings reduced accordingly
Assessment and Certification
Unit IGC1 and Unit ICC1 are each assessed by a 2 hour written examination. The ICC2 practical application can be word processed, and is to be completed in a workplace situation and returned to AOSH within 1 week of the examination day.
NEBOSH issue a qualification certificate once a Candidate has achieved at least a Pass grade in all three Units.
Price on application.
* Discounts available for multiple bookings on individual courses.
Our price includes:
- NEBOSH Candidate registration
- NEBOSH examination fees
- Comprehensive course notes
- Unit Certificates and Qualification Certificate on successful completion
This course can also be run as an in-house (closed) course for 5 or more people.
Please contact us for a quote on 02920 291779 or email us at email@example.com.
COURSE DELIVERY IS SUBJECT TO A MINIMUM NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS.