Level 1 Health & Safety

20 Aug 2019

How to apply for a green CSCS Card

How To Apply For a CSCS Green Card

As of 1st July 2014, a new law was introduced by CSCS A replacement for the Construction Site Operative card was issued for those who work in labouring job roles.

The new CSCS green card is a compulsory card to be allowed on site. Which therefore provides proof that a site worker is competent with basic health and safety.

Classroom-Based Course

If you wish to apply for or renew a CSCS green card you must complete a one day approved Health & Safety course, Omnis offer the Level 1 Health & Safety in a construction Enviroment (RQF) that meets CITB Requirements. You will gain a basic knowledge of health and safety on site which is especially beneficial for those who are new to the industry.

Course details can be found here

Health, Safety and Environment Test

The Health, Safety and Environment Test is available throughout the country. If you need help finding the one closest to you just ask us. The test is used to examine the delegate across a range of topics. It is designed to increase production and safety on site. The test is usually available as a computer-based touch screen test but alternative options are available for certain exemptions.

Please Note, You will need to complete the test within the last 2 years to apply for your card.

More details can be found HERE

Applying for your CSCS Card

Once you have passed this test and gained the relevant construction related qualification and received your certificate you can go ahead and apply for your CSCS Green card

The card is valid for 5 years

More details can be found HERE