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QNUK Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (RQF)

This qualification provides knowledge relating to Health and Safety in a Construction Environment.

 

It is ideal for those individuals requiring a recognised qualification prior to completing the Health and Safety test for their CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) card.

 

This qualification will prepare learners for entry to employment in the construction industry.

QNUK Level 1 Award in Health and Safety
in a Construction Environment (RQF)

Qualification Title: QNUK Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (RQF)

Qualification level: 02

Credit value: 03

Guided learning hours (GLH): 21

Total Qualification Time (TQT): 29

 

QUALIFICATION PURPOSE

This qualification is aimed those who have, or are working with young people and adults at risk who may be exposed to the risks associated with county lines. The qualification is aimed at parents, carers, community members and leaders as well as teachers and education support staff.

QUALIFICATION OBJECTIVE

This qualification provides knowledge relating to Health and Safety in a Construction Environment. It is ideal for those individuals requiring a recognised qualification prior to completing the Health and Safety test for their CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) card. This qualification will prepare learners for entry to employment in the construction industry.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The workbook will be completed independently by the learner at the end of the course. Learners may complete the workbook online or in hard copy. All assessment criteria in the qualification are covered; the workbook consists of short answer, multiple choice and matching questions. It should be completed by the learner and returned to the Assessor in line with agreed timescales.

KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • state the purpose of risk assessments and method statements
     

  • state the legal requirements of risk assessments and method statements
     

  • state common causes of work-related fatalities and injuries
     

  • ate the implications of not preventing accidents and ill health at work
     

  • state the meaning of the following in relation to Health and Safety at work:
    • accident
    • near miss
    • hazard
    • risk
    • competence

     

  • list typical hazards and potential risks associated with the following:
    • resources
    • equipment
    • obstructions
    • storage

     

  • state the importance of reporting accidents and near misses
     

  • state who is responsible for making accident reports
     

  • state the purpose of dynamic risk assessments 

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