CITB Accredited - Temporary Works Supervisor (1 day)

 

This one day course is designed to assist those on site who have responsibility for supervising temporary works. The course has the support of a number of organisations: Temporary Works Forum, CECA, UKCG, HSE and FMB. The support of these organisations offers transferability of the course within industry.

Aims & Objectives:

The course gives emphasis throughout to the importance of communication, co-ordination, co-operation and competency (the '4Cs'), risk management, safety and business relations.

Allowing the Temporary Works Supervisor (TWS) to:

  • Understand the need for and duties of a Temporary Works Supervisor and role of others
  • Implement the '4C's' effectively in the workplace
  • Have a detailed knowledge and understanding of BS5975 in respect of this role.

Course Outline:

Temporary works are usually safety and business-critical and require careful supervision. An accepted way of achieving this is through the adoption of the management process outlined in BS5975 which introduces the Temporary Works Supervisor.

This course explains the role and the overall management context within which it sits. High risk can occur on small as well as larger sites hence understanding the essentials of good safety risk management, as outlined in BS5975, is relevant for projects of all sizes.

Assessment is by multiple choice questions at the end of the course. Delegates are also expected to be interactive during the course

Intended For:

This course is not a temporary works awareness course. It is only concerned with the process of the supervision of temporary works, commonly expressed through the role of the Temporary Works Supervisor. Attendance does not confer competency as a Temporary Works Supervisor; this comes from a mixture of education, training and experience and should be judged by an appropriate senior individual, usually referred to as the Designated Individual (DI). Training is considered an essential element of Temporary Works Supervisor competence. The natural progression from this course would be the TWC course, if duties allowed.