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CSCS Health, Safety & Environment Test

CSCS is the leading skills certification scheme within the UK construction industry.

This test has been developed to ensure that workers have a minimum level of health, safety and environmental awareness before going on site. All workers must successfully pass this test before gaining access to a construction site. The test consists of 50 questions covering areas such as:

  • General Safety
  • Health and Welfare
  • Legal and Management
  • Environment

ID Requirements – you must provide one form of photographic ID with a signature (e.g. passport or driving licence). If you cannot present this, then we will accept two of the following: trade union card; proof of age card; young scot card; work ID card; paper driving licence; NI card; bank statement, either a credit or debit card.

You will not be permitted to sit the test without ID.

Entry Requirements – you must have completed Level 1 award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (40 hours) or Site Safety Plus Health and Safety Award (one day course) or evidence that you are a skilled worker and have previously held a CSCS card.

Please follow the links if you would like contact details for your local test centre. This test is available by appointment at the following centres Campbeltown.

CSCS Test   | Duration: 1 hour per test | Cost: £70

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Health & Safety Site Safety Plus

The one-day Health and Safety Awareness course is for anyone considering, or already, working within the construction and civil engineering industry.  It also supports those requiring the knowledge to obtain their CSCS Labourer Card.

  • understand potential hazards when working on site
  • gain practical advice on keeping yourself and your colleagues safe
  • learn your individual and your employer’s responsibilities
  • understand what to do if you think anyone’s health and safety is being put at risk

Duration: 1 Day | Cost: £150

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