SEATS – Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme
The SEATS training course will provide delegates with an introduction to environmental issues on construction sites and has been designed to provide the basic environmental knowledge that Contractors are required to know.
Delegates will be trained to identify both the environmental impacts of their work and improvement opportunities, as well as how to control and minimise their impact on the environment.
Who is the course for?
This course is aimed at staff with management or supervisory responsibilities on a construction site, including site managers, site supervisors, site foreman, site agents and those with design or purchasing responsibilities.
Course content includes:
- The significance and importance of the environment.
- A basic understanding of Environmental Management Systems.
- Site waste management.
- Prevention of pollution and water management.
- Use of energy and resources.
- Being a responsible contractor and a good neighbour – including statutory nuisance, communications, archaeology and heritage.
Completion of the course:
Course assessment is determined by achievement in four criteria:
Full attendance of all sessions
Key excercises undertaken during the course
Overall assessment by the course tutor
Written examination paper
Successful delegates will receive the SEATS certificate awarded by the CITB, and be entered onto the CITB Construction Training Register.