All site managers and project managers have successfully completed the CITB Site Managers Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS)
Investment in the latest industry-recognised training has ensured that safety remains the top priority for Clean Room Construction (CRC), the UK’s most experienced cleanroom design and build specialist.
All of the company’s site managers and project managers have successfully completed the CITB Site Managers Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS). This is a five-day interactive course that provides staff working on construction sites with the skills and knowledge needed to ensure the highest health and safety conditions on site.
CRC has also received training in the new Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, which come into force on 6 April. These represent the main set of regulations for managing the health, safety and welfare of construction projects.
CRC Director Richard Rowe said: 'Health and safety is always our number one priority at all times on our construction sites. CRC is proud of its record in this area and also of its commitment to sustaining a health and safety culture. Both sets of training put our team at the forefront of construction safety training, enabling us to continue to successfully deliver first class cleanroom facilities for our clients in the safest possible working environments.'
The training and continuous assessment covered the new CDM Regulations that come into force on 6 April, the Health & Safety at Work Act, construction industry health and safety regulations, risk assessment, management systems, scaffolding, electricity, excavations, demolitions, confined spaces, accidents and associated legislation including RIDDOR.