NEBOSH Health and Safety Management for Construction (International)

The NEBOSH Health and Safety Management for Construction (International) (IC) provides a broad understanding of construction related health & safety issues and is an essential qualification for anyone with health & safety responsibilities in the construction industry. With reference to ILO standards, the qualification focuses on industry best practice.

Benefits of achieving the NEBOSH Construction Certificate:

  • Boost your career prospects; the NEBOSH Construction Certificate is valued by employers globally.
  • Provides invaluable knowledge and practical skills.
  • Entitled to associate Membership (AIIRSM) of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM)

NEBOSH H&S Management for Construction (International) Content

Unit IC1: Managing Construction Safely
-The foundations of construction health and safety management
-Improving health and safety culture and assessing risk
-Managing change and procedures
-Mobile plant and vehicles
-Working at height
-Musculoskeletal health and load handling
-Work equipment
-Chemical and biological agents
-Physical and psychological health


  • Unit IC1 is assessed by a scenario based Open Book Exam completed at home. It will take around 8 hours and you have 48 hours to complete the assessment and return it to NEBOSH.

Exams are available 4 times a year.

NEBOSH Construction Certificate ONLINE

  • Available 24/7 Worldwide
  • Around 108 hours of study + assessment (can be completed in 4-8 months)
  • Ideal for those whose lifestyle needs a really flexible high quality learning method
  • Flexible, self paced study
  • Mobile-friendly, innovative, interactive online study including videos, animations, quizzes, tests and reviews of your progress
  • Unlimited tutor support by a team of expert tutors
  • Full PDF copy of the study text to download for offline study
  • Exams completed at your home

The course fee include Registration Fee & Examination Fee. (Vat Exclusive)

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