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. 16 Don’t become a statistic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Revision apps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .co. . . . . . . . safety and environment test and revision material Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Scaffold inspection toolkit. . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Repair and refurbishment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Revision DVDs. . . 12 Fire prevention on construction sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Contents Fire safety on construction sites . . 11 Safe start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Revision downloads. . . 8 Risk assessment and method statement manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . safety and environment (HS&E) test. . . . . . . . . 17 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Safety on piling sites. . 15 DVD training programmes Alright at height?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Hot work risks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Site supervision simplified. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Construction site: health. . . 16 If only I’d known. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 One step ahead. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .uk/publications 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Fire prevention on construction sites – code and checklist . . . . . . 14 Revision books . . . . . . . . . . safety and environment auditing system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 CDM 2007 What it means for you. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Shattered lives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contents Quick reference checklist. . . 16 Getting it right at height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Construction site safety – Environment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Construction site health. . . . . . . . . 17 The worker engagement toolkit. . . . . . . .uk citb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . safety and environment information Construction site safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 If you should fall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Toolbox talks . 9 Safety critical communication – Toolbox talks. . . . . . 17 A guide to sustainability in the construction industry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Construction environmental manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

page 17 • Prepare and deliver effective Toolbox talks. it still accounts for 27% of fatal injuries to employees and 10% of reported specified injuries. safety and environment test for operatives and specialists.co.uk/publications . Protect your firm Protect your profits Protect your people FACT Although construction accounts for only about 5% of employees in Britain. page 16 • Essential ‘how to’ guides The worker engagement toolkit.co. page 12 • All the questions and answers from the Health. safety and environment test for operatives and specialists.Quick reference checklist We’ve put together a list of publications to help you identify those that are right for your business and to help you find the information you need. page 8. Operative must-haves • Easy to understand information to stay safe and healthy Safe start. page 15 • Essential information for piling operations Safety on piling sites. page 15 • Learn how to be an effective supervisor One step ahead.uk citb. page 12 • ‘It won’t happen to me’ – three workers tell their stories Shattered lives. Site supervisor must-haves Quick reference checklist • Practical guidance and advice on how to comply with your legal responsibilities Site supervision simplified. page 7 • All the questions and answers from the Health. page 16. Source: HSE 4 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb.

page 9 • Get up to speed with environmental requirements Construction site safety – Environment. page 8 • Make sure you know your scaffolding is safe Scaffold inspection toolkit. page 17. page 17 • Understand the work at height regulations Getting it right at height. Working at height must-haves • Keep up to date with the latest legislation and guidance Construction site safety. safety and environment obligations Site supervision simplified. page 15 • Manage fire safety on site with Fire prevention on construction sites. see page 16 for Alright at height? 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb. safety and environment auditing system. page 17 • Get the basics right when working on roofs. page 7 Quick reference checklist • Audit your business and sites with confidence Construction site health.Site manager must-haves • Keep up to date with the latest legislation and guidance Construction site safety. page 9 • Improve how you do a risk assessment and method statement Risk assessment and method statement manager.uk/publications 5 . page 6 • Make sure everyone is briefed before they get to work Toolbox talks. page 17. Small business must-haves • Understand your health.co.co. safety and environment test for managers and professionals. page 16 • Understand the environmental basics for sites A guide to sustainability in the construction industry. page 13 • Essential viewing for effective management of occupational health issues If only I’d known.uk citb. page 10 • Reduce health and safety risks Repair and refurbishment. page 6 • All the questions and answers from the Health.

50* 978 1 85751 375 2 Online GE 700/14 ONLINE £59. links to websites on related topics. industry safety alerts and best practice.uk – click on ‘guest access’ to access them. CD version • New for 2014.co.40* £59. making Construction site safety a one stop shop for the latest advice: ge700.co. For those requiring a hard copy version. Please note that you are unable to print a full chapter or cut.uk • It will save you time with all the information you need conveniently in one place • It contains all the guidance you need to stay safe and legal • A dedicated section for day to day checklists and forms is included • Through Augmented Reality (AR) the publication now has interactive features.40 £74. giving you access to the most up to date edition • Taster versions are available at https://gold. • New for 2014.50* 978 1 85751 376 9 *Price excludes VAT which is payable on this product at the standard rate.uk citb. the Construction site safety 2014 CD now includes interactive forms.50 978 1 85751 366 0 CD GE 700/14 CD £71. allowing you to use the publication using your smartphone or tablet. It also details the special features contained within the publication • Construction site safety features a FREE to access. updates.Construction site safety 2014 (GE 700/14) What? Construction site: Health. This website contains news.co. including a contents and legislation reference guide. safety and environment issues. Construction site safety now includes a Supporting information booklet which contains all of the information you need to know on how to use your GE 700. 6 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb.citb. See page 2 for further information on Augmented Reality. no need to pre-install • Fully compatible with Windows XP (SP3) to Windows 8 • Facility to print one page as required. complementary website. Online version • All of the content of the Construction site safety CD in an online format • Enhanced navigation and personalised viewing options • Enhanced search facility and improved toolbar • Subscription for the Construction site safety online version is for full access for 12 months. Prices Format Order code Price Levy registered price ISBN Book/printed item GE 700/14 £89. safety and environment information Construction site safety covers everything you need to know on current health. All the forms in Section G have been made interactive so you can populate forms and checklists and print as many as you need for your own business use • Handy for use on and off site • Easy to understand menu and navigation controls • Enhanced keyword search facility with ‘search word’ highlighted in the text • Auto-run facility on PCs.uk/publications .co.40* £49. Who? • Site and project managers who work on construction sites • Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) candidates. the printed book of Construction site safety is most appropriate. copy and paste text from the chapters.

Why? Provides supervisors and first line managers. For those requiring a hard copy version. supervise and monitor the required standards of health.50 978 1 85751 380 6 CD GE 706/14 CD £18. no need to pre-install • Fully compatible with Windows XP (SP3) to Windows 8 • Facility to print one page as required.Site supervision simplified 2014 (GE 706/14) What? Who? Site supervision simplified provides you with easy to understand information on supervising a site. together with a corresponding checklist for supervisors. the printed book of Site supervision simplified is most appropriate. Construction site: Health. safety and environment on construction sites.uk/publications 7 .40 £19. Site Supervisors’ Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS).uk citb. giving you access to the most up to date edition • Taster versions are available at https://gold. 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb. the Working at height section has been expanded to include additional information on managing works safely on fragile roofs and a new chapter has been included on site set up and site security • Each chapter starts with a summary of the employer’s responsibilities. Online version • All of the content of Site supervision simplified in an online format • Enhanced navigation and personalised viewing options • Enhanced search facility and improved toolbar • Subscription for the Site supervision simplified online version is for full access for 12 months. safety and environment information • New for 2014. copy and paste text from the chapters.50* 978 1 85751 382 0 *Price excludes VAT which is payable on this product at the standard rate.uk – click on ‘guest access’ to access them.citb.60* 978 1 85751 381 3 Online GE 706/14 ONLINE £15. with easy to understand information and practical guidance to help them implement. CD version • Site supervision simplified publication on a disc • Handy for use on and off site • Easy to understand menu and navigation controls • Enhanced keyword search facility • Auto-run functionality on PCs.72* £15. to help understand what they should be doing to protect their workforce • Site supervision simplified is the official reference material for CITB Site Safety Plus courses.co.00* £12. a two-day course for first line managers and supervisors. as well as the managers and owners of small construction companies.co.co. Please note that you are unable to print a full chapter or cut. • Site supervisors and front line managers • Owners of small construction firms • Site Supervisors’ Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) candidates. Prices Format Order code Price Levy registered price ISBN Book/printed item GE 706/14 £23.

40* £19. construction and civil engineering industries • Presentation for the trainer containing detailed prompt notes • Also contains films of three Toolbox talks being delivered by site personnel on a live site • Handy for use on and off site • Enhanced keyword search facility with ‘search word’ highlighted in the text • Easy to understand menu and navigation controls • Auto-run functionality on PCs. Prices Format Order code Price Levy registered price ISBN Book/printed item GT 700/14 £23.uk citb. Taster versions are available at https://gold.40 £19. Online version • All of the content of the Toolbox talks publication in an online format • Enhanced navigation and personalised viewing options • Enhanced search facility • Improved toolbar.citb. For those requiring a hard copy version.50* 978 1 85751 379 0 *Price excludes VAT which is payable on this product at the standard rate. safety and environment information (GT 700/14) What? Who? Toolbox talks has been designed to assist supervisors at all levels to prepare and deliver on site health and safety information. safety and the environment in the building. thus helping to maintain and improve standards.40* £24. two new Toolbox talks have been added – Fragile roofs and Safety signs • Full colour with photographs • Includes audience-facing images • Toolbox talks and Site supervision simplified are the official reference guides for the CITB Site Safety Plus Site Supervisors’ Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS). and to engage in discussions to obtain feedback. safety and the environment. 8 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb. no need to pre-install • Fully compatible with Windows XP (SP3) or later • Facility to print two pages as required. a two-day course for first line managers and supervisors • Contains a form to record all Toolbox talks delivered.co. Why? CD version • Contains short presentations to the workforce on essential elements of health. • New for 2014. Subscription for Toolbox talks is for full access for 12 months giving you access to the most up to date edition. Toolbox talks are an important method in the delivery of advice on health.50 978 1 85751 377 6 CD GT 700/14 CD £29.uk – click on ‘guest access’ to access them. a feedback form and a briefing record sheet.uk/publications . the printed book Toolbox talks publication format is most appropriate.co. • Supervisors and operatives • Site Supervisors’ Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) candidates.Toolbox talks 2014 Construction site: Health.co.50* 978 1 85751 378 3 Online GT 700/14 ONLINE £23.

safety and environment auditing system What? Why? This system helps you to: To provide you with the forms you need to carry out compliant health and safety audits and evaluate your company’s approach to health and safety step by step. • Complete management systems audits and carry out site inspections • Carry out audits of health and safety procedures and the way they are put into practice • Customise the audit to your company’s specific requirements • Identify areas for improvement • Complete action plans • Monitor improvements in health and safety standards • Demonstrate that you are fully committed to improving the health and safety of your workforce. which may be downloaded and printed as a continuing reference • Once installed. supervisors and health and safety professionals. Order code RACD 001/5 Format CD ISBN FACT 978 1 85751 292 2 Price £29. either within the programme or as standalone Word documents • Pre-populated common hazards and risk controls drop-down menus • Facility to add site specific hazards.50* * Price excludes VAT which is payable on this product at the standard rate. • Save and retrieve previous risk assessments and update them as necessary. methodology and risk controls • Risk assessment and method statement templates.co.50* * Price excludes VAT which is payable on this product at the standard rate. supervisors and health and safety professionals. safety and environment information What? 978 1 85751 331 8 Price £29. Who? • Business owners. managers. Last year over 1.co. identifying areas for improvement.40* Levy registered price £24. Who? Order code SA 03 CD Format CD ISBN Construction site: Health. managers. the programme functions for one year and then you will need to purchase a replacement. which include: - Fields for the signing and dating of each document by hand - The facility for adding footers to all pages - The facility for identifying the ‘owner’ of each hazard and an action-by date • Option to produce a related or standalone method statement • Includes a Guide to risk assessment. The programme automatically reminds users after 11 months.7 million working days were lost due to work-related ill health and a further 0. • Business owners.uk/publications 9 . 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb.6 million due to workplace injuries Source: HSE Construction site health.uk citb.40* Levy registered price £24. Why? To conform with HSE guidance on risk assessments as outlined in their authoritative publications Successful health and safety management and 5 steps to risk assessment. print and store task-specific risk assessments and method statements as required under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations and other legislation.Risk assessment and method statement manager CD This popular CD enables users to produce.

key legislation changes. • Workers with poor or limited English.uk/publications . Why? This publication provides practical and authoritative advice on all areas of the environment within the existing legal framework and industry requirements. By using this publication.00 Levy registered price £25. Why? Good communication with all workers is essential for the management of health and safety on construction sites. it keeps users informed of news.uk citb.info 10 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb. Who? This publication is also the official reference material for the Site Safety Plus Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme (SEATS). Order code GE 700ES/14 Format Book/printed item ISBN 978 1 85751 385 1 Price £30. a one-day course for supervisors and managers.00 For more information on construction and the environment go to cutcarbon. as well as the more challenging elements. is dedicated to the management of environmental issues related to the construction industry.00 Levy registered price £50. best practice and industry safety alerts. and Construction site safety (GE 700) Chapter A07 Communication with non-English speaking workers. content updates and related topic weblinks.co. It contains a series of checklists to help you assess the basics on site. It will complement the existing Toolbox talks (GT 700). which is also available as part of the Construction site safety (GE 700) box set. Order code GT 701 Format Book/printed item ISBN 978 1 85751 312 7 Price £60.00 Construction site safety – Environment 2014 (GE 700ES/14) What? This standalone publication.uk/GE700companion Launched in January 2013. A free companion website supports this publication citb.co. risk and control measures • Can be used in inductions or via Toolbox talks • Numbered for ease of use. including: • Sustainable construction and the environment • Resource efficiency • Waste management • Energy management • Water management • Statutory nuisance • Ecology • Contaminated land • Archaeology and heritage • Site environment. users will be able to assess their legal responsibilities and those of others. • Laminated fold-out cards in two volumes covering hazard. safety and environment information (GT 701) What? Who? This pictorial Toolbox talks publication has been developed to assist with the delivery of on site health and safety information to operatives with poor or limited English. It explains legal requirements and gives practical advice on how to implement and manage the basics on site.co.Safety critical communication – Toolbox talks Construction site: Health.

• Includes the steps that must be taken to ensure legal compliance through the application of good practice.uk/publications Construction site: Health. 11 . site foremen.00 Site Safety Plus SEATS course Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme Our one-day SEATS course will provide supervisors and managers with an introduction to environmental issues on construction sites. communication.co.Construction environmental manual What? Who? This manual from Construction Industry Publications provides simple. safety and environment information Helps managers to address environmental issues in a practical way. project managers and engineers. Find out more at citb. and covers the environmental aspects of the Health.uk/training 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb. informative guidance on the key environmental issues that most construction projects face. archaeology and heritage • Energy and resources • Being a responsible contractor. It is designed to meet the basic environmental knowledge that the sub-contract chain is required to prove to major contractors. usually in March and September.co. Why? Order code CENVMAN Format Book/printed item ISBN 978 1 85263 120 8 Price £140. • Site managers and supervisors of main contractors and sub-contractors • In particular it should help site agents.uk citb. safety and environment (HS&E) test. The course covers: Site Safety Plus accredited • The environment and why it is important • An outline of environmental management systems • Waste management • Pollution prevention and water management • Being a good neighbour – statutory nuisance.co. ensuring that the environment is adequately protected • Written by environmental managers and advisers (from the Construction Confederation Environment Forum) that represent a wide cross-section of the UK’s leading construction companies • Updated twice yearly.

50 citb. safety and environment (HS&E) test • Health and Safety Awareness course candidates. Each chapter starts with five key things a site or employer should do. Who? The content follows the test structure.co. 12 It supports operatives and specialists preparing for their CITB Health. which includes chapters on respiratory risks and the environment. safety and environment (HS&E) test by providing all the information they need to prepare.uk Order code GE 708 Format Book/printed item ISBN 978 1 85751 110 9 Price £7. • Produced in tandem with the Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS).95 Book your CITB Health.co.Safe start GE 707/14 What? Construction site: Health. Price £10. Format Book/printed item ISBN 978 1 85751 347 9 Accident reporting Health and welfare Personal protective equipment Noise and vibration Manual handling Fire prevention and control Electrical safety Working at height.uk/hsandetest Safety on piling sites GE 708 What? Who? This comprehensive guide to safe practice on piling sites covers over 30 health and safety topics for piling operations.co. 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 Why? Relevant information about health and safety in piling.80 Levy registered price £6. publications@citb. and five things operatives should do. • Operatives and specialists sitting the CITB Health. safety and environment (HS&E) test 0344 994 4488 citb. safety and environment information along with practical guidance for operatives. Safe start is also the official supporting document for the CITB Site Safety Plus one-day Health and Safety Awareness course.uk/publications . safety and environment information Safe start (GE 707) provides easy to understand health. • Anyone involved in piling operations. Order code GE 707/14 Topics include: Why? • • • • • • • • Relevant for induction and awareness training. as well as individual specialist chapters.

50* * Price excludes VAT which is payable on this product at the standard rate. The following publications also contain information on fire safety: Order code F26 DVD Price £99. Hot work risks A programme of expert guidance aimed at construction industry staff who carry out or supervise hot work. this is a new 36 page edition of the document which brought about revolutionary improvements in fire safety on construction sites. It is commonly referred to in insurance contracts and is recognised as ‘best practice’. the document applies to activities carried out prior to and during the procurement. fire warden/marshal duties. the checklist can present a complete fire precautions history of a construction site or building under refurbishment. Order code FSB9-8 Price £20. Order code FSB9-8COMBO Price £30. In the course of time. Site supervision simplified (GE 706) • Chapter 15 – Fire prevention and control.co.00 Fire safety on construction sites This fully updated DVD is ideal for use in training all levels of workers on construction sites. Construction site safety (GE 700) • Chapter CO2 – Fire prevention and control • Chapter CO3 – Electrical safety • Chapter D10 – Dangerous substances. The checklist converts the Joint Code into a series of questions. The checklist works on a tick-box principle and contains space for notes and comments.50* * Price excludes VAT which is payable on this product at the standard rate. It shows the consequences of careless hot work. safety and environment information Published in 2012.uk/publications 13 . to enable users to tailor training to the relevant audience. this combined 60 page publication brings together the Joint Code of Practice with the accompanying checklist. including the need for a formal system of recording/controlling hot work activities during building work. This updated checklist is designed to be used in conjunction with the Joint Code of Practice 8th edition. Modules include guidance on: site manager responsibilities. fire safety induction training. site security. each covering a different aspect of site fire safety.00 Fire prevention on construction sites 8th edition code and checklist Published in 2012. the document applies to activities carried out prior to and during the procurement.co. construction and design process. fire hazard spotting. fire extinguishers/fire blankets and hot work. construction and design process. identifies the types of problems and gives guidance on safe procedures.Fire prevention on construction sites 8th edition Widely recognised and highly regarded. from site managers to contract labourers. It is divided into several short modules. Order code F38 DVD Price £109. It is commonly referred to in insurance contracts and is recognised as ‘best practice’. which should be asked to establish whether or not fire precautions on a site are comprehensive and adequate. 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 Construction site: Health.uk citb. Widely recognised and highly regarded. publications@citb.

Revision downloads Operatives and specialists The revision downloads provide you with all the knowledge and information you need to prepare for the CITB Health. • HS&E test for operatives and specialists lite • HS&E test for operatives and specialists • HS&E test for operatives and specialists PLUS • HS&E test for managers and professionals lite • HS&E test for managers and professionals • HS&E test for managers and professionals PLUS. Book your Health. safety and environment (HS&E) test helps to raise standards across the industry. as required • Voice-overs in English and Welsh. safety and environment test revision apps Health.17* * Price excludes VAT which is payable on this product at the standard rate. safety and environment awareness before going on site. The lite version is not recommended as your only method of revision. citb. Whether you are taking an Operatives and specialists test or a Managers and professionals test. safety and environment (HS&E) test including: • All the knowledge-based questions and answers • The ‘Setting out’ film which the behavioural case studies are based on • Options to revise for the full test or just specific sections.co. The lite versions of the CITB apps are taster products and only include a selection of the knowledge-based questions that you may be presented with in your test.uk/publications . safety and environment (HS&E) test pass is usually a requirement when applying for a construction industry card scheme. safety and environment test revision material (GT 100 apps and GT 200 apps) Test your knowledge and revise for the CITB Health. Apps include knowledge-based questions and answers with practice case studies. visit your Apple or Android app store.uk/hsandetest 14 Download today! 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb.uk A Health.co.17* Managers and professionals Order code GT 200/14 DL Format Download Price £11. Health. safety and environment (HS&E) test – wherever you are. It ensures that workers have a minimum level of health. Order code GT 100/14 DL Format Download Price £11. safety and environment test The CITB Health. To find out more about CITB HS&E apps. so you can review your progress. plus 12 other languages for the Operatives test. safety and environment (HS&E) test 0344 994 4488 citb.Health. plus a breakdown of your scoring. simply download the app to your smartphone or tablet.co.

as required • Voice-overs in English and Welsh.95 Managers and professionals Order code GT 200/14 Format Book/printed item ISBN 978 1 85751 342 4 Revision material will be updated by legislation and best practice.co.95 Available at citb.42* Managers and professionals Order code GT 200/14 DVD Format DVD ISBN 978 1 85751 344 8 Price £12.uk citb. plus 12 other languages for the operatives test. Health. safety and environment (HS&E) test including: • All the knowledge-based questions and answers • The ‘Setting out’ film which the behavioural case studies are based on • Options to revise for the full test or just specific sections. • All the knowledge-based questions and answers • Options to revise for the full test or just specific sections. as it includes the 10 principles on which the behavioural case study questions are based. Operatives and specialists Order code GT 100/14 Format Book/printed item ISBN 978 1 85751 343 1 Price £10. Each book contains all of the knowledge-based questions and answers.co. Order code GT 100/14 DVD Format DVD ISBN 978 1 85751 345 5 Price £12.Revision books The revision books contain everything you need to know to prepare for the CITB Health. Revision DVDs Operatives and specialists The revision DVDs provide you with all the knowledge and information you need to prepare for the CITB Health.co. safety and environment revision test material Price £10.uk/settingout 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb.uk/publications 15 . Setting out film It is recommended for people revising for the HS&E test to watch the ‘Setting Out’ film. The latest version will always be supplied.42* * Price excludes VAT which is payable on this product at the standard rate. as required. safety and environment (HS&E) test.

00* Price £45.50* Levy registered price £37. † Running times are approximately 20 minutes. 16 978 1 85751 130 7 0344 994 4122 quote HS14 publications@citb. They allow you to bring the classroom directly to your workforce.00* Levy registered price £37.co. Overseas customers please note that DVDs are region 2/PAL format.50* Levy registered price £37.50* * Price excludes VAT which is payable on this product at the standard rate.co.00* Levy registered price £37.00* Price £45. Designed by people who understand the construction industry and the mix of people who need training.00* Price £45.50* Levy registered price £37. they can be viewed on a computer or DVD player at your convenience.00* Price £45. DVD training programmes Alright at height? One step ahead Don’t become a statistic High risk activities Legal and management General safety Order code DVD 060 Order code DVD 065 Order code DVD 069 ISBN ISBN ISBN 978 1 85751 121 5 978 1 85751 126 0 Price £45.uk/publications .uk citb.50* Levy registered price £37.DVD training programmes Step by step DVD guides† ensure everyone can be brought up to speed on site safety at their own pace.50* If only I’d known If you should fall Shattered lives Health and welfare High risk activities Health and welfare Order code DVD 064 Order code DVD 066 Order code DVD 070 ISBN ISBN ISBN 978 1 85751 125 3 978 1 85751 127 7 978 1 85751 153 6 Price £45. Each option (unless stated) includes a CD with a printable PDF version of our trainer’s manual.

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