SHEA CCP: Course Content
The programme content and scheme specification has been developed in collaboration with employers and stakeholders in the UK gas industry.
The scheme consists of 9 modules – Modules 1-6 from SHEA Core and Modules 9, 10 and 11 specific to the UK gas industry. Individuals must successfully complete training and assessment for all 9 modules. SHEA Cross-Country Pipelines (CCP) can only be delivered by EUSR Approved Trainers.
|Understanding our workplace responsibilities||Underpinning legal frameworks, definitions and their application in the workplace setting, including the responsibilities for both the individual (as an employee) and the employer.|
|Understanding the effects of our work on the environment||Key environmental considerations in the workplace, and their impact as employees, on the sustainability of their environment.|
|Identifying and controlling risks||Helps the individual to identify and control risks and hazards, and understand their role in preventing them through a range of positive and proactive health and safety behaviours.|
|Common hazards and controls in the workplace||Develops the ability to both identify a range of common physical hazards and minimise their impact in the workplace, in line with CSCS requirements.|
|Occupational health hazards||Explains the meaning of the term 'occupational health' and develop the individual's understanding of a range of occupational health hazards and their requirements. It helps individuals identify, mitigate for and minimise occupational health hazards in the workplace.|
|Responding to emergencies||Develops individuals' understanding of emergency response behaviours, the role of reporting, inspection and enforcement of health & safety in the workplace. It also develops an individual's understanding of the impact on employee and employer of both poor/improving health and safety in the workplace.|
Plus the following modules specific to Cross-Country Pipelines:
|The cross-country environment||Understanding the role and importance of wayleaves and contracts in the operation and management of cross-country sites, as well as reinforcing the need for environmental protection of the land, and the management of archaeological finds and protected/invasive species of animal and plant life.|
|Cross-country pipeline hazards||Specific hazards associated with a range of technical processes involved in the laying of cross-country pipelines. The module outlines the basic technical processes, addresses related hazards and protective measures needed.|
|Traffic Management||The purpose of a clear and comprehensive Traffic Management Plan for a pipeline construction site. It addresses typical pipeline site traffic management issues and looks at good practice in relation to site traffic safety.|
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