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SAFE PASS - SOLAS

 
Course Aims :
 
The Safe Pass Health and Safety Awareness Training Programme aims to ensure that all construction workers in Ireland have a basic knowledge of health and safety. Safe Pass is a one-day programme run by SOLAS to enable them to work on construction sites without being a risk to themselves. Safe Pass is a requirement for all construction workers, Local Authority workers, (including apprentices and trainees) to ensure that they have a fundamental knowledge of health and safety. Essentially any worker who alters, interferes or changes a building must
pocess have a Safe Pass card. Safe Pass is a legal requirement that applies to all workers in the construction sector since its introduction in June 2003. Cards must be refreshed every four years.
 
Course Outline:
 
  • Promoting a Safety Culture.

 

  • Duties and Responsibilities at Work.

 

  • Accident Reporting and Prevention.

 

  • Working at Heights.

 

  • Excavations and Confined Spaces.

 

  • Working with Electricity Underground and Overhead Services.

 

  • Personal Protective Equipment.

 

  • Use of Hand Held Equipment, Tools and Machinery.

 

  • Safe Use of Vehicles.

 

  • Noise and Vibration.

 

  • Manual Handling.

 

  • Health and Hygiene.

 

 

 
Duration:
 
One Day/8 hrs
 
 
Upon successful completion of course, candidates will be awarded a SafePass Card.
 
 
For further information call +353 (0)57 9353177 or (0)57 9353441. 
Alternatively you can email info@ballycommonttc.com