The NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety has been offered
since 1989 and is established as a leading health and safety award for the construction
industry, with over 4,000 successful candidates.
The NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety course is organised
into 2 units. NGC1 covers the Management of safety and health and NCC1 is concerned
with Managing and controlling hazards in construction activities. Both of which can
be studied and examined separately as individual courses, or together in one programme.
See the available study formats. dates and locations over the page.
entry into the NEBOSH Diploma in Health and Safety Practice.
Who Should Attend?
The National Construction Certificate is designed for supervisors and managers within
the construction industry and is designed to provide a sound underpinning knowledge
that enables them to discharge more effectively their duties with respect to health
Course Format and Duration
This course combines the managing health and safety unit (NGC1) of the NEBOSH National
General Certificate with the 10 day unit on construction safety (NCC1). Each unit
can be studies and examined separately.
Comprising two units, the course will cover:
The Management of Health and Safety (NGC1) - 5 days
Health and safety foundations
Organising for health and safety
Measuring, audit and review
Controlling workplace hazards in construction activities (NCC1) - 10 days
Construction law and management
Construction site – hazards and controls
Vehicle and plant movement – hazards and controls
Musculoskeletal hazards and controls
Work equipment – hazards and controls
Chemical and biological – hazards and controls
Physical and psychological health – hazards and controls
Excavation work and confined spaces – hazards and controls
Demolition and deconstruction – hazards and controls