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Health and safety law for construction activities

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Health and safety law for construction activities

What is this course about?

This course has been designed to equip safety personnel with an understanding of the basic principles and understanding of occupational health and safety (OHS) law as it applies to construction projects.

 

Is this course for you?

If you are tasked with understanding health and safety on a construction site; assisting with the development of health and safety policies and procedures; developing and implementing a health and safety site plan; and / or monitoring the implementation of the health and safety plan, systems and procedures, this course is for you.

Which CPD points will I earn?

**Continuous Professional Development


ECSA
Hours: 50 | Points: 0
Validation No: CEM-2.2.3/2017


Course Entry Requirements

A Grade 12 certificate and preferably also: Basic knowledge of/and relevant experience in the field of OHS.

R 12 400.00 (no VAT charged)

Upcoming Course Dates

Health and safety law for construction activities

1 January 2018 - 1 January 2018 | CEM (NWU) - Potchefstroom Campus

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