The NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Safety & Health has been recognised for many years as the basis for a sound, broad introduction to the fundamentals of occupational health and safety for those working in the construction industry.
The syllabus is divided into 3 units as follows:
NGC1: The Management of Health & Safety
NCC1: Controlling Workplace Hazards
NCC2: Health and Safety Practical Application
The contents of these 2 units are as follows:
Foundations in Health & Safety
Health and Safety Management Systems – Plan
Health and Safety Management Systems – Do
Health and Safety Management Systems – Check
Heath and Safety Management Systems – Act
Construction Law and Management
Construction Site Hazards and Controls
Vehicle and Plant Movement Hazards and Control
Musculoskeletal Hazards and Controls
Work Equipment Hazards and Risk Control
Chemical and Biological Health Hazards and Risk Control
Physical and Psychological Health Hazards and Risk Control
Working at Heights Hazards and Risk Control
Excavation Work and Confined Spaces Hazards and Risk Control
Demolition and Deconstruction Hazards and Risk Control
Eighteen days’ Training which includes two Exam days.
Eleven days’ Training (including one Exam day) if you have already completed the NGC1 paper in the past 5 years.