The CITB Temporary Works Supervisor one-day course is designed to help those on site who have responsibility for supervising temporary works. The course is accredited by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).
Temporary works need careful supervision and the TWSTC course will focus on the importance of good safety practices, legislation, and risk management for projects of all sizes. Candidates need to have experience of being responsible for managing all forms of temporary works, and have detailed knowledge and understanding of BS5975 in respect of this role. This Temporary Works Supervisor Course will also emphasise the importance of the 4C’s – communication, co-ordination, co-operation and competency.
Please note, attendance does not confirm competency as a Temporary Works Supervisor; this comes from a mixture of education, training and experience. However, training is considered an essential element of TWS competence.
Site Safety Plus ask that delegates refer to the current British Standards BS5975 for Temporary Works (Code of Practice) prior to their training.
*PLEASE NOTE – It will take approximately 6-8 weeks for the CITB to issue certification*
At the end of the TWSTC course successful candidates will understand:
- The legal duties of a Temporary Works Supervisor
- Risk management on site
- The 4Cs – communication, cooperation, coordination and competency
- The importance of teamwork on a temporary works site
- BS5975 in respect of this role
The Temporary Works Supervisor training course will cover the following topics:
- The role of the Temporary Works Supervisor
- Types of temporary works
- Legislation and codes of practice
- Risk assessment and safety at work
- Policies and procedures
- Case studies
Candidates will be assessed by a multiple choice paper at the end of the training day and must successfully pass to gain their CITB certification. Certificates are valid for five years.
Who should attend?
The CITB Temporary Works Supervisor course is ideal for managers, supervisors, agents and those who want to progress on from the role of a Temporary Works Co-ordinator.