Essential Health & Safety for Senior Executives (Black card New & Renewals) January

Construction Related Training
Date: 18th January 2018 | Time: 9.00am – 1.30pm

Introduction

This half day course is aimed at senior executives and senior managers who must have up to date knowledge of their health & safety responsibilities and liabilities.  This course will provide the opportunity to obtain practical guidance on corporate manslaughter, gross negligence manslaughter and modern Health & Safety Management techniques developed over recent years.

The content of this course will be local construction industry focused.  The objective will be for delegates to know how to create safe systems of work and in so doing minimise individual and corporate liability.

Who Should Attend?

Senior executives or senior managers who wish to obtain the Black Senior Manager CSR card and have a minimum of 5 years experience as a senior executive or renew their current card.
Senior executives or senior managers who wish to keep abreast of health & safety developments.

Alternative Card Options

Construction Skills Register (CSR) has introduced two new cards aimed at those who are either academically qualified or professionally qualified, the new cards offer an alternative route to a black senior manager card for those who are not performing the role of a construction manager.

For more information on these cards, please click here

Course presenter

Charlie Hutchison MBE

LLB, BSc, CEng FICE, CFIOSH, MCQI, CQP, Cert C11, RMaPS

*Note: The cost is for the course only.  CSR cards are applied for separately.

Cost
CEF Members - £130+vat (£156)

Non Members - £160+vat (£192)

Venue
CEF offices, 143 Malone Road, Belfast, BT9 6SX
Registration
Registration will commence at 8.50am for 9.00am start. The course will finish at approximately 1.30pm.

Light refreshments will be provided. Please advise of any dietary requirements.

Patrons

  • A&L Goodbody
  • BDO Northern Ireland
  • CPL Northern Ireland
  • Danske Bank
  • Fleet Financial
  • Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group