ConstructSafe Tier 1 Health & Safety Competency Test
- 1/2 Day
- 12 attendees
- $147.00pp (ex GST)
Axiom Training is an accredited mobile testing centre for the ConstructSafe system, which is owned by the Construction Safety Council. ConstructSafe aims to provide industry with assurance that individuals have the knowledge and ability to keep themselves and others safe. This is achieved through a testing process of knowledge and behaviour against a framework designed and developed based upon industry needs.
Attendees must provide photo ID on the day of testing. Acceptable forms of ID are:
- Driver Licence - a valid New Zealand photo card driver licence
- Firearms licence - standard New Zealand Firearms Licence
- Passport - passport of any nationality valid and signed with a photograph of the candidate
If a candidate is unable to provide any of these forms of ID please contact us to discuss options
What is ConstructSafe?
ConstructSafe is a way for employers to verify workers have the understanding and experience to be safe on a worksite. It is a combination of questions and a practical assessment of skills.
Is there a training course I can take prior?
Unfortunately, courses are not offered in regards to the ConstructSafe Testing. You are able, and encouraged to look at the ConstuctSafe Tier 1 Health and Safety Competency Test Framework.
What happens if I don’t pass?
If you don’t pass the first time around, you do get a second try at the test at no cost. If you do not pass a second time, you will be charged for the third attempt, but not the fourth. In short, every second test is ‘free’!
What do I get when I pass?You will receive confirmation by email that you have completed and passed the ConstructSafe Testing. Your employer will be able to search on the ConstructSafe website that you have completed this testing almost instantly. You will also receive a card that states when the testing was completed and passed at a later date.
The testing framework for Tier 1 – Health and Safety Competency Test covers the full range of foundational knowledge expected by industry:
- General safety knowledge
- Confined and restricted spaces
- Working at heights
- Chemicals and hazardous substances
- Utilities and services