A four-hour health and safety awareness training course for the India building construction industry. Who should attend this course?
Those involved in civil construction including:
• workers
• mobile plant and heavy machinery operators
• road construction and maintenance workers
• contractors • project managers
• construction managers
• quantity surveyors
• CEOs and general managers

Benefits of the Passport

Adopting the Passport as a site requirement is one way an employer, principal or other client can meet their legal responsibility to take all practicable steps to ensure that employees and contractors are not harmed while carrying out their work. The Civil Safety Passport is a course designed to ensure that all workers coming onto site have a basic understanding of their health and safety responsibilities. Many of India's major contractors have adopted the Passport as a standard of entry to their sites.

What's in the newest version of the Passport? The highly interactive course adopts a competitive team quiz format, group workshops, discussions, and videos to ensure learning is engaging, enjoyable and motivational. To take advantage of the mix of experienced and inexperienced workers attending, the course highlights the importance of mentoring and role modelling of safe actions. To drive behaviour change, the course strikes a balance between understanding the rules for being safe and the drivers of worker actions on site. The course examines the life-changing personal consequences of unsafe actions and injuries weighed against the pressure on workers to take shortcuts. Being safe personally, despite what everyone else is doing is a major theme used to drive high level safety performance.

Passport Goal and Objectives:

• understanding how to do your job safely
• identifying the reasons for on-site actions
• recognising the impact of your actions on yourself and others
• taking personal responsibility for being safe
• becoming part of a positive safety culture
Course Content:
Practical content includes hazards and controls associated with these activities:
• working on the road
• hands-on self-inspection of items including personal protective equipment (PPE), power-tools/mechanical
plant and electrical leads
• confined space audits
• excavation safe work practices
• control hierarchy exercise focussing on eliminating and isolating hazards
• chemical, biological and physical health issues.
Hazard identification and reporting workshop including:
• cranes and rigging
• mobile plant
• manual handling
• housekeeping
• noise
Behavioural content includes:
• injury consequences
• the 'Accident Triangle'
• 'Fork in the Road' concept
• mentoring and role modelling.

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