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Preparation for the CITB Health, Safety & Environment Test
This course is for candidates who have completed their Level 1 Health and Safety in a Construction Environment course and want to prepare for the touch screen test. The course reviews the key learning objectives of the Level 1 course including Accident Reporting, Environmental Awareness, Health and Welfare facilities, fire safety and hazardous substances.
This course concludes with a 50 question test that has been produced in the style of the touch screen test.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Understand your role and responsibilities in the workplace.
- Define and explain the numerous hazards and safer work practices within the work environment.
- Identify safety signs, safety equipment, especially PPE and procedures at the workplace.
- Understand issues around site and environmental safety due to waste control and site traffic.
This course is aimed at people who have completed their Level 1 Health and Safety in a Construction Environment course and want to prepare for the touch screen test.
Online training is flexible, efficient and cost-effective, so candidates can progress through the modules at their own pace, in their own time, making it easy to fit the training around their work and personal life.
This course can help you to prepare for the CITB touch screen test as it will give you a refresher on all the key learning objectives along with giving you a chance to answer questions that are presented in a similar style to those in the actual test.
Once you have completed your touch screen test and qualified for your CSCS green card you may be interested in taking some of our other Health and Safety courses that cover common hazards encountered in the construction industry. This could include Asbestos Awareness, Noise Awareness, Working at Height or Working in Confined Spaces.
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