IOSH Safety, Health & Environment for Construction Site Managers

This course gives staff at management and supervisor level the knowledge to fulfill their responsibilities in handling resources and risks. Ideal for those who wish to gain knowledge and build competency in construction safety.

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IOSH Safety, Health & Environment for Construction Site Managers

Duration: 4 days

Accredited by: IOSH

  • 4 days
  • Thu 27 Jan 2022 | 09:30 - 16:00
  • Fri 28 Jan 2022 | 09:30 - 16:00
  • Thu 3 Feb 2022 | 09:30 - 16:00
  • Fri 4 Feb 2022 | 09:30 - 16:00

IOSH Safety, Health & Environment for Construction Site Managers – Virtual Classroom


IOSH is the largest safety organisation globally, recognised in over 80 countries. 

This internationally recognised IOSH certified course is one of the most popular courses provided by Safety Solutions. It incorporates safety management with particular focus on the construction industry in Ireland.  


The aim of this training is to provide candidates with the relevant skills and knowledge to enable them to competently hold supervisory and managerial roles within the construction industry.  

This includes site foremen, site managers, project managers, safety officers, contract managers and self-employed persons. 

The course includes practical workshops involving active participation from all attendees.  

Who should attend/Pre-Requisites  

This course is aimed at persons holding supervisory and managerial roles within the construction and related industries. It applies to organisations and companies of all sizes from large construction companies to sole traders. 

There are no prerequisites. 

Max. number of participants  16
Assessment  Theory Assessment
Duration  Four Days
Certification  IOSH Certification 

Learners will benefit from a clear overview of the specific safety, health and environmental requirements of managing a construction site, including:


  • local law and enforcement
  • preparing for work
  • general management of the site, workers and contractors
  • the importance of method statements
  • the use of permits to work
  • the importance of managing environmental aspects and impacts related to construction projects
  • principles underpinning the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015
  • the key issues and control of working at height including
  • plans and risk assessments
  • roofs and fragile surfaces
  • working platforms and ladders
  • management, use and stability of scaffolds
  • fall arrest and suspension equipment
  • site requirements for the welfare of construction workers on site