SMSTS London


SMSTS London – SMSTS Fast Track 5 Day

Course Location Dates Total Cost (All inc.)
SMSTS (5 Day) London Mon 14th Nov 2016 – Fri 18th Nov 2016 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) London Mon 21st Nov 2016 – Fri 25th Nov 2016 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) Gatwick Mon 21st Nov 2016 – Fri 25th Nov 2016 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) London Mon 28th Nov 2016 – Fri 2nd Dec 2016 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) Heathrow Mon 28th Nov 2016 – Fri 2nd Dec 2016 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) London Mon 5th Dec 2016 – Fri 9th Dec 2016 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) London Mon 12th Dec 2016 – Fri 16th Dec 2016 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) Gatwick Mon 12th Dec 2016 – Fri 16th Dec 2016 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) London Mon 2nd Jan 2017 – Fri 6th Jan 2017 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) London Mon 9th Jan 2017 – Fri 13th Jan 2017 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) London Mon 16th Jan 2017 – Fri 20th Jan 2017 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) London Mon 23rd Jan 2017 – Fri 27th Jan 2017 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) Heathrow Mon 23rd Jan 2017 – Fri 27th Jan 2017  £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) London Mon 30th Jan 2017 – Fri 3rd Febuary 2017 £495.00

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The SMSTS London SMSTS Courses take place at our Training Centre Near Brent Cross. Parking is nearby, the tube station is a very short walk as are the A406, A1 and M1 Motorways.

Courses are taught by very experience tutors with the necessary NEBOSH and qualifications. Most of our tutors have been in the field for greater than 20 years. Tutors are industry professionals who regular follow all the latest advancements and developments in current legislation. Training can be in small groups or individually. We guarantee all students pass the exam and receive the certificate.

To book your place on the SMSTS London Course simply select the date and pay a £50 deposit to secure your place. You shall receive an email confirming all details upon booking your place.

For a Limited period we are offering a huge discount of “£150.00 off all courses.”

Courses places are subject to availability and on a first come first serve basis

Call 020 7993 2534 for more SMSTS London dates… (Lines open 8.30am to 10.30pm – 7 Days a week)
(NB: Click on the date you would like to book and you will receive a confirmation email with all details)
Our courses are £450.00 all inclusive. Just book and let us do the rest. Guaranteed pass.



Our SMSTS London courses London are held every 2 – 3 weeks. Places are on a first come first serve basis and fill up fast as we are the UK’s most valued health and safety course provider with 5 Gold Star Rating. This months SMSTS course is being held at our Brent Cross Training Facility. Brent cross has fantastic travel connections, with the tube nearby (northern line), plentiful parking on site (complimentary to all students), over-ground rail connections as well as great road connectivity with the M1 and A406 both connecting to the our training centres doorstep. Nearby areas include Finchley, Barnet, Harrow, Hendon, Park Royal, Golders Green, Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, Camden, Belsize Park, Acton, Neasden, Wembley, Perivale, Kilburn, Enfield, Southgate, Wood Green, Tottenham, Cockfosters, Winchmore Hill, Hertfordhsire; all areas of London are easily reachable. Infact With the M1 junction being close to the training facility, Watford, Luton and Milton Keynes are also considered to be well within reach for a daily commute.

The SMSTS London Course is the most popular of our training centres, with London being a huge construction town and especially with the Health and Safety executive insisting all construction workers and small builders carrying out residential loft conversions, extensions, driveways and refurbishment also be certified under the SMSTS (Site Managers Safety Training Scheme) or at the every least SSSTS (Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme).

Our SMSTS London Finchley Training centre is based at : Knight House (Between Harley Medical & Zizzi’S), 202208 Regents Park Road, Finchley Central, London, N3 3HP | SMSTS London Finchley


Health and safety in construction

When working within the construction industry, one is exposed to a great many potentially dangerous instruments and environments. It is thus of paramount importance that proper procedure is followed and maintenance of the equipment is carried out regularly. These measures fall under the blanket term of ‘Health and Safety’ within the industry.

‘Health’, in the phrase ‘Health and Safety’, refers to potential injury that can be procured due to exposure to an environment that the construction worker has not been adequately prepared for. Examples of health hazards are: asbestos, carbon monoxide and loud noises which can cause damage to the ear drums of the workers, or even inflict partial or total deafness if they are not outfitted with the correct protective outfitting.

The ‘safety’ part of the phrase refers to accidents that can occur due to improper behaviour or unsuitable equipment, be they either the wrong tools for the job or a piece of equipment that has not been kept in usable condition. Examples of safety hazards are: exposed power cables which could lead to electrocution, faulty equipment which could malfunction or perform its intended role to a substandard degree which could pose a risk to others in the long term, flammable substances being exposed in an area where they could catch fire and high-up areas where a person could fall or drop something causing injury to themselves or others.

Health hazards are those which are dangerous when people are unprepared for the already established environmental dangers in the area, whereas safety hazards are those which are dangerous due to improper usage of equipment in or around the area. Therefore health and safety checks need to be run so that the construction workers know of the inherent risks associated with the site they are working on (health) as well as continuous equipment maintenance and extensive knowledge of how to use the aforementioned equipment so as minimise the risk of accidents taking place (safety).

Employers and employees need to be aware of health and safety and take the required precautions so as to minimise these potentially fatal risks.


Accidents in construction

When working in the construction industry one is exposed to environments and equipment which if interacted with improperly could lead to serious accidents. Construction, by its very definition, must involve materials which are in a state where they are not yet ‘complete’, which often means construction workers will be handling dangerous substances which only have their hazardous element nullified once the work has been completed. As such the construction industry is one of the most potentially dangerous industries one can work in, however if proper protocol is carried out these risks can be substantially mitigated, and hopefully avoided completely.

Should protocol not be followed, employers and employees are liable to lawful harassment resulting in possible termination of employment. If however these reckless construction workers are allowed to continue working in such a dangerous way, the results could be far more tragic, inevitably resulting in easily preventable physical injuries, possible damage to constructed areas due to improper instalment, or even death which could be caused due to the improperly made construction or due to the equipment or environment where the construction was being crafted.

Due to the serious consequences that accidents can have in this industry it is vitally important to have a good understanding of health and safety procedures before any construction duties are carried out. SMSTS London


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