Project Manager, Project Engineer, WSH Manager, WSH Officer, WSH Coordinator, WSH Supervisor, etc
The Construction Safety Audit Scoring System (ConSASS) is an audit assessment tool comprising of an audit checklist and score card developed for Construction companies to provide an independent assessment of the safety and health management system at a worksite, and to evaluate the effectiveness and development status of the worksite’s safety and health management system.
With effect from 1st Aug 2011, all construction sites with contracts valued above $30 million are required to conduct ConSASS audit at least once every 6 months. In this course, we will discuss how ConSASS is conducted, the banding system and how we can improve our Safety Management System using ConSASS.
The course is based on the new audit criteria which is reviewed on 1 November 2013 and will familiarize you with all the elements of ConSASS, the different bands and the scoring system.
(This course is conducted by an MOM Approved auditor and MOM Approved Risk Consultants)
- To equip participants with necessary knowledge and skills of ConSASS audit methodology
- Introduction of ConSASS
- Applicable OHS Legal Requirements
- Principles of OHSAS 18001 / SS 506
- Components of ConSASS Checklist and understanding score card
- Practical Exercises on how to achieve Band III
- Expected Deliverables from ConSASS Checklist
- Audit Planning
- Audit Methodology
- Mock Audit Exercises
|Pass Criteria:|| Audit Scenario (Group Work) – 70%
Attendance – 100%
|Venue:||26A Norris Road,
|Assumed Skills & Knowledge:||Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) Level 4 or Equivalent|
Course Duration / Class
|Time:||Day 1 – 0900 to 1800|
|Duration:||8 hrs (Inclusive assessment)|