Construction Skills Certification Scheme: Health, Safety & Environment Test and Revision Session

Who Should Attend?

The Construction Skills Certification Scheme is intended for applicants who require a card to demonstrate occupational competence to employers, clients and contractors. The card also gives applicants a means of identification and proof of their achievements. Cards are occupation specific and also based on experience, qualifications held and membership of awarding bodies.

Aims and Objectives

The revision session provides candidates with an overview of key subjects to enable them to feel confident to successfully complete the Health, Safety & Environment test. The test must be passed before a CSCS card can be issued and there are different levels of test dependent on which card is required.

Course Content

The revision session with contain an overview of the following subjects:

  • Site induction
  • Signing in
  • Fire drills and provisions
  • First aid provision
  • Permit to work
  • Excavations
  • Confined space
  • Scaffolding
  • Risk assessment
  • Method statements
  • Working at height
  • Competency cards
  • Supervision
  • Management on site
  • Environment
  • Touch screen test questions


½ day revision session and a 45 minute Health, Safety & Environment test.

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