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The basic passport course is valid for 3 years, and any candidate can revalidate his/her passport by attending and successfully passing the one day up-date course. This is providing that the original passport is no more than 3 months out of date. Should their card have expired more than 3 months’ earlier then they will need to sit the entire 2 day basic course again. Where a basic card has a supervisor endorsement which is still in date, the endorsement will be transferred to the new card. A supervisor wishing to renew their supervisor endorsement will need to attend and successfully complete the one day supervisor course. Old passports must be brought to the course, and handed over to BSS, who will then destroy them after the details are recorded and passed on to the ECITB register. The course has been created to be both informative and interactive, so assisting candidates to appreciate that what they do does have an impact upon health and safety within the working environment.

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Day 1 Course Description Core DayCourse aimTo provide basic information and areas of responsibility for health, safety and the environment. To understand the implications of hazard recognition/risk assessment and effects on individuals and the employer. To demonstrate how individual behaviour can help reduce accidentsDay 2 Course Description Petrol RetailCourse aimTo build on the basic health and safety information of the Core Day programme by concentrating on risks specifically found with working on a Petrol Filling Station.To allow delegates to recognise hazards, utilise control measures and safe working practices and maintain a safe working environment.

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In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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This twoCday course is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities. It provides supervisors with an understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, as well as their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities.

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This course has been designed to meet the needs of site managers, potential site managers and supervisors in the construction industry. The course aims to highlight the need for risk assessment in the workplace, implementation of the necessary control measures and adequate communication in order to provide and maintain a positive health and safety culture amongst the workforce. The course teaches management of health and safety on-site in accordance with current legislation. It develops an understanding of accountability for site health, safety and welfare. Candidates will recognise that a safe site is also an efficient, productive and economic site.

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This course is for those who have entered, or are about to enter, the construction and civil engineering industry as a member of the workforce, to help them understand the potential hazards that they face at work on site. It provides a practical summary of health and safety, welfare and environmental issues identifying individual responsibilities for looking after themselves and others, what the employer’s duties are and what should be done if they think anyone’s health and safety is being put at risk. It fulfils the CSCS Green Labourer Card training requirement for a health and safety course and qualification.

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In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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This twoCday course is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities. It provides supervisors with an understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, as well as their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities.

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The NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management has been designed through a collaboration of NEBOSH and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). It is designed specifically for those with safety responsibilities in the process industry, such as chemical manufacturing and oil & gas.The PSM course focuses on international standards and management systems, highlighting the importance of process safety management in the process industry.The NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management is suitable for those who have the responsibility for ensuring safety as part of their day-to-day duties including: Managers, supervisors and employee representatives within the process industry Newly-appointed health and safety advisersUpon completion of this course, candidates will gain knowledge in;Establishment of process management systemsAsset management and maintenance strategiesStart-up and shutdown of process plantsPerformance standards for safety critical systems and equipmentHazards and controls for: Chemical reactions Bulk storage of dangerous substances Fire and explosionPurpose and features of emergency plans

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This 1 day refresher course is aimed at contractors that work on petrol station forecourts who already hold a valid SPA Safety Passport that requires renewing. The course must be completed within 6 months prior to the existing SPA Safety Passport expiry date.Please Note: If a passport has expired, then the 2 day SPA Safety Passport Core & Forecourt Petrol Retail course will be required

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The basic passport course is valid for 3 years, and any candidate can revalidate his/her passport by attending and successfully passing the one day up-date course. This is providing that the original passport is no more than 3 months out of date. Should their card have expired more than 3 months’ earlier then they will need to sit the entire 2 day basic course again. Where a basic card has a supervisor endorsement which is still in date, the endorsement will be transferred to the new card. A supervisor wishing to renew their supervisor endorsement will need to attend and successfully complete the one day supervisor course. Old passports must be brought to the course, and handed over to BSS, who will then destroy them after the details are recorded and passed on to the ECITB register. The course has been created to be both informative and interactive, so assisting candidates to appreciate that what they do does have an impact upon health and safety within the working environment.

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In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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This 1 day refresher course is aimed at contractors that work on petrol station forecourts who already hold a valid SPA Safety Passport that requires renewing. The course must be completed within 6 months prior to the existing SPA Safety Passport expiry date.Please Note: If a passport has expired, then the 2 day SPA Safety Passport Core & Forecourt Petrol Retail course will be required

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This twoCday course is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities. It provides supervisors with an understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, as well as their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities.

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The basic passport course is valid for 3 years, and any candidate can revalidate his/her passport by attending and successfully passing the one day up-date course. This is providing that the original passport is no more than 3 months out of date. Should their card have expired more than 3 months’ earlier then they will need to sit the entire 2 day basic course again. Where a basic card has a supervisor endorsement which is still in date, the endorsement will be transferred to the new card. A supervisor wishing to renew their supervisor endorsement will need to attend and successfully complete the one day supervisor course. Old passports must be brought to the course, and handed over to BSS, who will then destroy them after the details are recorded and passed on to the ECITB register. The course has been created to be both informative and interactive, so assisting candidates to appreciate that what they do does have an impact upon health and safety within the working environment.

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In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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This twoCday course is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities. It provides supervisors with an understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, as well as their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities.

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This one day interactive course is the first nationally accredited environmental training programme to be developed for site supervisors/managers with the aim of providing candidates with an introduction to environmental issues on construction sites. ConstructionSkills, the construction industry’s Sector Skills Council, working together with leading construction and engineering providers Costain, Skanska and Wates Group, developed the new course and is fully endorsed by the UK Contractors Group (UKCG) and the Environment Agency (EA). It is designed to meet the basic environmental knowledge that sub-contractors are required to prove to major contractors, and covers the environmental aspects of the new touch screen health, safety and environment test.

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This course is for those who have entered, or are about to enter, the construction and civil engineering industry as a member of the workforce, to help them understand the potential hazards that they face at work on site. It provides a practical summary of health and safety, welfare and environmental issues identifying individual responsibilities for looking after themselves and others, what the employer’s duties are and what should be done if they think anyone’s health and safety is being put at risk. It fulfils the CSCS Green Labourer Card training requirement for a health and safety course and qualification.

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In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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This twoCday course is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities. It provides supervisors with an understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, as well as their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities.

Read more

In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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This course is for those who have entered, or are about to enter, the construction and civil engineering industry as a member of the workforce, to help them understand the potential hazards that they face at work on site. It provides a practical summary of health and safety, welfare and environmental issues identifying individual responsibilities for looking after themselves and others, what the employer’s duties are and what should be done if they think anyone’s health and safety is being put at risk. It fulfils the CSCS Green Labourer Card training requirement for a health and safety course and qualification.

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In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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Day 1 Course Description Core DayCourse aimTo provide basic information and areas of responsibility for health, safety and the environment. To understand the implications of hazard recognition/risk assessment and effects on individuals and the employer. To demonstrate how individual behaviour can help reduce accidentsDay 2 Course Description Petrol RetailCourse aimTo build on the basic health and safety information of the Core Day programme by concentrating on risks specifically found with working on a Petrol Filling Station.To allow delegates to recognise hazards, utilise control measures and safe working practices and maintain a safe working environment.

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This twoCday course is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities. It provides supervisors with an understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, as well as their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities.

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This course is designed for delegates who have previously passed the two day Site Supervisor’s Safety Training Scheme course and can provide proof of successful attendance. It aims to bring health and safety knowledge up to date, as well as giving a thorough overview of the legislative changes and their impact in the workplace. The course includes a wide range of topics which have been affected by the changes to procedures built upon the material in the original course. Its aim is to ensure that candidates continue to have an overview and understanding of best practice as regards their responsibility for supervising and helping to oversee safety in a construction site environment. The course includes a wide range of topics, many building on the previous two-day course programme as well as introducing new subjects. The certificate has to be renewed every 5 years by attending this SSSTS refresher up-date course.

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The basic passport course is valid for 3 years, and any candidate can revalidate his/her passport by attending and successfully passing the one day up-date course. This is providing that the original passport is no more than 3 months out of date. Should their card have expired more than 3 months’ earlier then they will need to sit the entire 2 day basic course again. Where a basic card has a supervisor endorsement which is still in date, the endorsement will be transferred to the new card. A supervisor wishing to renew their supervisor endorsement will need to attend and successfully complete the one day supervisor course. Old passports must be brought to the course, and handed over to BSS, who will then destroy them after the details are recorded and passed on to the ECITB register. The course has been created to be both informative and interactive, so assisting candidates to appreciate that what they do does have an impact upon health and safety within the working environment.

Read more


In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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This twoCday course is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities. It provides supervisors with an understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, as well as their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities.

Read more

This course has been designed to meet the needs of site managers, potential site managers and supervisors in the construction industry. The course aims to highlight the need for risk assessment in the workplace, implementation of the necessary control measures and adequate communication in order to provide and maintain a positive health and safety culture amongst the workforce. The course teaches management of health and safety on-site in accordance with current legislation. It develops an understanding of accountability for site health, safety and welfare. Candidates will recognise that a safe site is also an efficient, productive and economic site.

Read more

In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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The CCNSG Leading a Team Safely (LaTS) is a one day course designed for supervisory staff who have a responsibility for teams, but is also applicable to lone workers who manage themselves. This LaTS course is only available to delegates that have successfully completed the two day basic CCNSG nationally accredited safety passport. It may be sat at the end of the basic course or at some time in the future.Supervisors and team leaders play an important role in ensuring site safety. They can influence the behaviour of those they supervise and ensure good planning and communication of health and safety issues related to the work. So helping to ensure workers work on site more safely with lower risks to themselves and others.

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In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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This 1 day refresher course is aimed at contractors that work on petrol station forecourts who already hold a valid SPA Safety Passport that requires renewing. The course must be completed within 6 months prior to the existing SPA Safety Passport expiry date.Please Note: If a passport has expired, then the 2 day SPA Safety Passport Core & Forecourt Petrol Retail course will be required

Read more

This course is for those who have entered, or are about to enter, the construction and civil engineering industry as a member of the workforce, to help them understand the potential hazards that they face at work on site. It provides a practical summary of health and safety, welfare and environmental issues identifying individual responsibilities for looking after themselves and others, what the employer’s duties are and what should be done if they think anyone’s health and safety is being put at risk. It fulfils the CSCS Green Labourer Card training requirement for a health and safety course and qualification.

Read more

The basic passport course is valid for 3 years, and any candidate can revalidate his/her passport by attending and successfully passing the one day up-date course. This is providing that the original passport is no more than 3 months out of date. Should their card have expired more than 3 months’ earlier then they will need to sit the entire 2 day basic course again. Where a basic card has a supervisor endorsement which is still in date, the endorsement will be transferred to the new card. A supervisor wishing to renew their supervisor endorsement will need to attend and successfully complete the one day supervisor course. Old passports must be brought to the course, and handed over to BSS, who will then destroy them after the details are recorded and passed on to the ECITB register. The course has been created to be both informative and interactive, so assisting candidates to appreciate that what they do does have an impact upon health and safety within the working environment.

Read more


In 1993, clients in the North West and West Wales decided to standardise their contractor training and insist that no contractor(s) personnel would be allowed on-site unless they had a certain minimum level of health and safety knowledge. Thus, the Safety Passport for contractors was born. The Contractor Safety Training Scheme has now been adopted by BP, Corus, Dow Corning, Elf, Esso, Gulf, ICI, Lindsey Oil, National Power, Powergen, Shell, Texaco and many other major industrial companies. One satisfied user has halved their contractor shut down accident rate since implementing the training, and others show significant improvement. The course awarding body is ECITB but the Passport is also sometimes referred to as the CCNSG or SCATS Passport. The course requires possession of a basic understanding of English.

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This twoCday course is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities. It provides supervisors with an understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, as well as their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities.

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Founded in 1991, British Safety Services have grown to become one of the leaders in the field in the provision of health and safety training and consultancy worldwide, with accreditation from all the Internationally recognised awarding bodies, including but not limited to NEBOSH, ECITB, Construction Skills CITB, CIEH, IOSH.For full list of accreditations see http://www.bssukhse.com/

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