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NEBOSH International Construction Certificate

NEBOSH International Construction Certificate
The NEBOSH International Certificate in Construction Health and Safety is designed to
equip those making day-to-day decisions in construction work, with the knowledge they need to ensure that the health and safety implications are properly considered in their decision making. It is suitable for:
• Managers and supervisors working in the international construction industry.
• Those who have responsibility for construction workers/contractors outside the UK. The NEBOSH International Construction Certificate is widely respected by employers worldwide and meets the requirements for Technician Membership of IOSH (Tech IOSH) and Associate Membership of IIRSM (AIIRSM).

Course Content
The NEBOSH International Construction Certificate is made up of three units:
Unit IGC1: Management of International Health and Safety
• Foundations in Health and Safety
• Health and Safety Management Systems – Plan
• Health and Safety Management Systems – Do
• Health and Safety Management Systems – Check
• Health and Safety Management Systems – Act
Unit ICC1: Managing and Controlling Hazards in International
Construction Activities
• Construction Management
• Construction Site – Hazards and Risk Control
• Vehicle and Plant Movement – Hazards and Risk Control
• Musculoskeletal Hazards and Control
• Work Equipment – Hazards and Risk Control
• Electrical Safety
• Fire Safety
• Chemical and Biological Health – Hazards and Risk Control
• Physical and Psychological Health – Hazards and Risk Control
• Working at Height – Hazards and Risk Control
• Excavation Work & Confined Spaces – Hazards and Risk Control
• Demolition and Deconstruction – Hazards and Risk Control
Unit ICC2: Construction Health and Safety Practical Application
• Practical assessment, undertaken in your workplace

Assessment
Units IGC1 and ICC1 of the NEBOSH International Construction Certificate are each assessed by a two-hour written examinations. Unit ICC3 is assessed by a practical assessment carried out on a construction site.

Exemptions
If you have been awarded the NEBOSH International General or Fire Certificate in the last 5 years you will be exempt from Unit IGC1 and can simply ‘top up’ by completing Unit ICC1 and the practical assessment (Unit ICC2).

Classroom Courses
• Complete Course 3 weeks (13-days) + exams
Course Dates

Venue Course Dates Exam
Date
Fee
Week 1 – IGC 1 Week 2 –ICC1/2 Week 3 – ICC1/2

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e-Learning Courses
Flexible, fully tutor supported on-line learning available anywhere in the world
• 165 hours of study (4-12 months) + exams
• Start any time
• 30-Day Money Back Guarantee with all RRC e-Learning courses
e-Learning Course Fees

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