CITB CSCS green labourer card

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CITB CSCS green labourer card

About 80% of the UK construction industries and contractors require their workers to have a valid CSCS card. Every card is specific to the trade of an individual worker and has a computer chip on it, which stores information about the worker and can be checked on the site at any time.

As an employer you are required by law to provide adequate and appropriate first aid courses, equipment, personnel and facilities to ensure your employees can be treated if they are ill or injured whilst at work. To do this you need to ensure you have individuals in your workforce who are fully trained and have attended first aid courses to ensure they can capably carry out their role.

Were you ever a member of the boy scouts or girl guides? If so, you may have had some basic first aid training. In that case, you’ve probably got an idea of what First Aid is. If you’re someone whom has never needed to apply first aid or be in receipt of it, then firstly you are quite lucky, but secondly you probably know little more than what a first aid box might look like and how to stick on a plaster.

NEBOSH logo and IOSH logo

We're often asked what the fundamental differences between the NEBOSH and IOSH courses are and understand the confusion that arises when trying to compare the different sets of qualifications available. Read on to discover which course best suits your requirements.