Who is the CCNSG Safety Passport training course for?
The CCNSG Safety Passport is often required to enter some engineering-based construction sites. Like the CSCS card, some employers and site managers will specify the requirement for a CCNSG Safety Passport to allow you on-site and carry out your work. The CCNSG is the engineering construction safety card and is aimed at the engineering construction industry.
If you work in the construction industry only, you might want to consider the CITB HS&E card. However, individual sites will specify the qualifications needed to work on them.
What will I learn on the Safety Passport course?
This course is a 2-day training course, which will teach you the basics of site safety that relates to engineering construction sites.
- Safe behaviours at work
- Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Occupational health hazards and how to report them
- Environmental health hazards
- Signage and Site Transport
Have a look at the 'Course Content' tab for a full list of topics covered on this course.
Once you have passed your CCNSG course
Once you have passed your CCNSG course, you will receive your Safety Passport, which will allow you into sites that require it for three years. After these three years expire, you have three months to take a renewal course and test to prove that you are still suitable for holding a CCNSG Safety Passport. If you do not renew within these three months, you will have to retake the entire course. You can book both your CCNSG course and the renewal course through Project Skills Solutions online or by calling a member of our team on 0800 0213 263.