Construction Sites Package

Construction Sites Package (TP20)

The Joint Code of Practice 9th edition + This DVD is ideal for use in training all levels of workers on construction sites, from site managers to contract labourers.

Divided into several short modules, each covering a different aspect of site fire safety, it allows users to tailor the training relevant to the audience.
The modules include:
Induction - Outlines why fire safety is important and provides an excellent introduction to fire safety principles and the correct actions to take in the event of a fire.
Hazard spotting - Highlights the principal fire safety hazards and potential control methods and explains the importance of good housekeeping in preventing fires and ensuring safe evacuation.
Security and arson prevention - Outlines the measures that must be taken to protect visitors and the workforce, and provide a defence against vandals, arsonists and opportunist criminals.

Hot works - Requirements for activities that involve open flames, sparks or building work that may generate heat.
Fire warden duties - Details the vital role and responsibilities of fire wardens.
Choosing and using a fire extinguisher - Describes which type of extinguishers should be used depending on the class of fire, how fires can spread and how small fires may be tackled safely.
Site manager responsibilities - It is the site manager's responsibility to implement and maintain a fire risk assessment and the site fire safety plan. This module describes the key elements.
Running time: 34 minutes
Published 2011

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Who is this suitable for?

Everyone working on construction sites, from site managers to contract labourers.

What information does it offer?

Covers a number of different aspects of fire safety on site, enabling users to tailor training to their audience.

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