Official CITB course of which we are an accredited member.
Course aims to update as well as refresh your knowledge and understanding of the principle responsibilities of a Site Manager, and the skills needed to maintain a safe and healthy working environment for everyone on your site.
- The Health & Safety Executives updated main focuses
- Risk assessment and method statements (RAMS)
- Health, safety and welfare on construction sites
- RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations)
- Behavioural safety
- Occupational health
- Overview and changes to the current legislation affecting construction.
The SMSTS Refresher can only be attended whilst your current certification is still valid. The refresher cannot be attended once your certification has expired.
Attending the refresher saves you time and money – 2 days training instead of 5 days and a saving of £200 +VAT.
There is a multiple choice test and you are required to achieve a minimum of 18 out of 25 to pass (72%).
Who Needs SMSTS Refresher
Those who need to renew their previous SMSTS qualification such as construction, building maintenance or facilities managers.
James has been involved with Health & Safety since 1998 as a Trainer, Lecturer, Officer, Manager, Consultant and Inspector.
A broad range of experience in and out of the construction industry helps him bring a hands on, practical approach to the courses he delivers, whilst also emphasising the legislation that places important responsibilities on all duty holders.
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Q: My SMSTS certificate has run out, can I still do the refresher course?
A: Unfortunately, if your certification has run out you will need to do the full 5 day course again. Please make sure you renew prior to your certification running out.
Q: Can I see a copy of the SMSTS refresher course syllabus?
A: Yes, it's available here in full (optimised pdf 0.6 MB)
Feedback on SMSTS Refresher Course
It was very good to have a trainer from the industry with relevant experience rather than a graduate/theorist.