By NZHJ May 02, 2017 Industry news

Site Safe just released a flexible new option towards Site Safety Card/Passport renewal.

Not-for-profit membership health & safety organisation Site Safe has launched its first-ever "blended" online course, combining the advantages of online and in-class learning, so trainees will now have even more flexibility when they renew Site Safety Cards (Passports).

Site Safe Chief Executive, Alison Molloy, says: “Our latest course, which gives trainees access to a range of online modules as well as in-class time with a health and safety expert, is a direct result of feedback from the industry. Our new online modules are worker-focused, and allow trainees to choose the topics that are directly relevant to the real-life risks they face on site.”

The Passport Plus - Flexi (Online + Classroom) option is now open for online bookings and will be available at a special introductory price for the first six months.

Trainees select any two modules from a regularly updated online library, which currently includes: asbestos, noise, worker basics, manual handling, mobile plant and electrical safety.

With the addition of the new Passport Plus – Flexi option, Site Safe now offers four ways to renew Site Safety Cards:

  • Passport Plus - Flexi (2 hours in-class & 2 online modules)
  • Passport Plus - Tools & Plant (4 hours in-class)
  • Passport Plus - Height (4 hours in-class)
  • Passport Plus - Worker Health (4 hours in-class)

Successful completion of any Site Safe course, including one- and two-day courses, or entry-level Foundation Passports, will renew Site Safety Cards/Passports.

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