Temporary Works Supervisor
Construction Skills Accredited Courses – Temporary Works Supervisor
The CDM Regulations 2015 states that all alteration, demolition, dismantling work and excavations should be carefully planned and carried out by competent people to avoid unplanned incidents.
The HSE advice contain within the SIM 02/2010/04 ‘The management of temporary works in the construction industry’ states the correct design and execution of temporary works is an essential element of risk prevention and mitigation in construction. Contractors should have temporary works procedures including Temporary Works Co-ordinator and adequate control of installation using Temporary Works Supervisors.
This course will provide you with a thorough knowledge of the role of a Temporary Works Supervisor, including a sound understanding of the risk management of temporary works.
Who is it for:
Agents, Managers, Supervisors
By the end of the Construction Industry Training Board Temporary Works Supervisor course, the delegate will:
- have gained an understanding of the importance of cooperation and teamwork on a temporary works site
- understand the legal duties of a Temporary Works Supervisor
- have a stronger awareness of risk management on site as well as the roles of a supervisor and their fellow employees on site
- leave the course with an understanding of the “4C’s”; Communication, Cooperation, Coordination and Competency
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The content covered by the CITB Temporary Works Supervisor training course includes:
- Different groups and types of Temporary Works.
- CDM, legislation and Codes of Practice.
- Temporary Works Register, Design Brief and Design.
- Case studies, policy and procedures.
- Standard solutions and permitted drawings.
- Risk assessments, method statements and safe systems of work.
- The roles and duties of a Temporary Works Supervisor.
What is Required to Pass the CITB Temporary Works Supervisor Course?
To pass the Temporary Works Supervisor course successfully you will need to get 72% or above in the final exam. Delegates are therefore persuaded to interact and get involved throughout the course.
Delegates must also have a strong understanding of written and spoken English. You must also have experience in being responsible for managing all forms of temporary works, and an understanding of the relevant aspects of the BS 5975:2008+A1:2011 revision material.
This CITB certificate will be valid for 5 years and can only be renewed by doing the course again. For some CITB courses, such as SMSTS and SSSTS, you can attend a refresher course to renew your certificate.
There are a number of locations where delegates can complete the CITB ABC course:
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