- have an understanding of how accidents are caused and how they can be prevented
- understand the importance of maintaining plant and equipment in good condition
- have an improved ability to recognise site hazards
- have a basic knowledge of the principles of safe systems of work and permits to work
- on successful completion gain a nationally-recognised qualification
- have a basic knowledge of health and safety law as it applies to them
- understand their personal responsibilities for safety at work
- be able to identify and correct unsafe behaviours
- have an improved understanding of the purpose, use and care of personal protective equipment
- have an understanding of safe driving behaviour, including safe reversing
- understand the requirement for suitable and sufficient risk assessment
- be aware of specific hazards and how the risks from them can be controlled
Multiple choice questions
2 Day Course
Ensures that delegates obtain a good basic knowledge of attending and working on a quarry or mining site.
MPQC Level 2 Award in Understanding Safe Working for Contractors in Extractives and Building Products Industries Sites (QCF) Safety Pass Alliance
The Quarry Safety Passport has been designed by MPQC and Safety Pass Alliance Scheme (SPA) for any contractor who operates within the extractives, processing and related manufacturing industries.
The Safety Passport course is a 2 day course covering health and safety awareness and industry specific hazard and safety awareness relevant to the quarrying industries.
The MPQC and SPA passport scheme recognises that some individuals may have already completed a nationally recognised qualification that gives them suitable knowledge and exemption from day one of the course. Each delegate must provide verifiable poof and validity of training, please contact us for a list of valid exemptions.
On successful completion of the course, delegates will receive a credit card style “Safety Passport” valid for 3 years to prove that they have the required basic health, safety and environmental knowledge to allow them to work safely on relevant industry sites. The course also provides all successful contractors, for the first time, with a nationally recognised qualification