Need to take your SSSTS Refresher in 2024?

Need to take your SSSTS Refresher in 2024?

If you last took your SSSTS Refresher or sat the SSSTS course in 2019, you will have a lot of studying to catch up on the changes in legislation – don’t leave taking your refresher until the last minute.


A lot has changed – so book your SSSTS Refresher with time to spare

Keeping pace with changes in health and safety regulations can be demanding, especially for those who haven't actively engaged with updates since their initial SSSTS training. The industry constantly evolves and the refresher course might introduce new approaches or practices that require adaptation and integration into existing knowledge.

  • Give yourself time to study before the Refresher course
  • Remove the added pressure of a ‘must pass’ because your certificate expires in days
  • A one day refresher course includes the exam and the exam format has changed

At RISK we understand balancing the demands of work responsibilities with the commitment to attend a refresher course can be daunting. As a supervisor, you’re often heavily involved in overseeing day-to-day operations on construction sites, leaving little room for additional training activities. With time ebbing away on your current SSSTS certificate it’s easy to let things slip. But if you leave it to the wire, a fail could result in booking and resitting the full SSSTS certificate course again.


Why risk having to re-sit the SSSTS course again?

Staying abreast of evolving regulations and industry standards presents a continuous challenge. Construction health and safety regulations are subject to frequent updates and revisions, requiring supervisors to stay informed and adapt their practices accordingly. Recalling specific details of legislation or hazard identification techniques after an extended period can be challenging, requiring focused effort and effective study strategies. The SSSTS Refresher course aims to address these changes, but you must actively engage with the learning material to ensure you grasp new requirements and best practices.

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