This programme has been designed to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to go home safely after a day at work, and that they have practical skills to manage the risks in their role.
Three days in total – run as 3 x 1-day workshops.
The workshop-based learning is supported by two (15-20 minute) e-learning modules that participants complete between sessions. Each module includes a construction challenge quiz, recapping content covered during the preceding day, and preview of the upcoming day.
What will i learn?
Completing the Managing Safely programme will enable supervisors and managers to go on and sit the ConstructSafe Tier 3 and Tier 4 competency assessments.
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What will i achieve?
Managing Safely has been externally validated by NZQA and, as part of completing all the requirements of the programme, attendees will be able to achieve the NEW ZEALAND CERTIFICATE IN WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY PRACTICE (LEVEL 3).
Who should attend?
- Supervisors, Foremen and Forewomen
- Health and Safety Coordinators
- Health and Safety Advisors
ACC Co-Investment grant
ACC recently started a trial to help businesses create safer and healthier workplaces. The trial supports businesses with a co-investment grant to help them financially. The co-investment grant offer contributes 50% of the costs for the CSC Managing Safely training, up to a maximum contribution which is dependent on the size of the business.
Eligibility criteria for businesses:
- The business needs to be part of the construction sector
- Business size: small to medium (6 to 99 employees)
To find out more and see if the co-investment grant is right for you, please have a look on ACC’s website, download the brochure or contact ACC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to participate, businesses need to fill out an application form
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If you have any questions or would like more information you can reach us by email at email@example.com or by phone on 09 376 6612.