Personal Health and Safety Training

This contractor had a very keen operative that failed his CSCS card test three times due to anxiety during the test.

The individual is part of the government apprentice scheme and was someone who had previously struggled to obtain work.

They knew the operative was very keen and felt it was unfair to deny them work due to failing a test. When they spoke with him they could tell he was bright and keen to get a role in construction.

They therefore arranged for the individual to attend their head office and carry out the one day health and safety awareness with their own CITB trained tutor who went through all the requirements of what he needed on site but in a manner that did not seem like an exam.

The operative passed the course and is now able to work on the site.

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Entry submitted by Westridge Construction


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