EUSR Courses

Our EUSR courses ensure that all individuals will be proficient in answering questions on the relevant topics, and capable of performing the required tasks upon completion of each category. Find out more details below:

Our Energy & Utility Skills Register (EUSR) approved courses include:

  • EUSR SHEA Gas
  • EUSR SHEA Water
  • EUSR SHEA Drainage
  • EUSR SHEA Core
  • EUSR Water Hygiene
  • Safety, Health & Environmental Awareness Schemes (SHEA)
  • SHEA Power

An EUSR SHEA registration proves the holder possesses the necessary knowledge and comprehension to conduct relevant operations appropriately. London & Kent Safety Training’s courses ensure best practice in accordance with the Health & Safety Executive (HSE).

In compliance with the gas industry, London & Kent Safety Training conducts this course in accordance with Energy & Utility Skills. Consisting of nine modules – six core and three gas industry specific – each module must be completed, and attendees must pass the SHEA Gas assessment in order to receive their registration.

COURSE MODULES

Module 1 – Understanding our Workplace Responsibilities

Reinforces legal frameworks in the workplace, and outlines the responsibilities of both the employer and employee.

‍Module 2 – Understanding the Effects of our Work on the Environment

Centres on the workplace’s impact on the environment, and the ensuing consequences for all concerned.

‍Module 3 – Identifying and Controlling Risks

Instructs the individual on how to identify and control all potential risks and hazards, and to enforce future prevention.

Module 4 – Common Hazards in the Workplace

Ensures the individual’s ability to identify and avoid potential risks, in line with the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS).

Module 5 – Occupational Health Hazards

Defines ‘occupational health’ and the relevant threats, guaranteeing the individual’s comprehension of the term and knowledge of how to avoid such events.

Module 6 – Responding to Emergencies

Improves the individual’s comprehension of all relevant emergency procedures and the potential outcomes of both positive and negative practices.

Module 7 – Highway Working and Evacuations (Gas Industry)

Instructs on the procedures relating to gas works within the public and private sectors and details emergency measures.

Module 8 – Pressing Regulating Installations (Gas Industry)

Outlines the movement of gas from source to meter, covering risks connected to pressure regulating installations.

Module 9 – Safety in Premises (Gas Industry)

Details how to work safely in public and private sectors, and communicate successfully with customers.

EUSR REGISTRATION

Registration with EUSR is based on the individual completing the relevant training programme and assessment. The EUSR SHEA Gas training course is interactive and lasts one working day. Attendees are encouraged to actively participate in order to share experiences and promote discussion.

EUSR SHEA Gas registration lasts for five years from date of assessment.

CSCS CARDS

The EUSR SHEA Gas scheme allows registered individuals to conduct utility works on construction sites without holding a separate CSCS card.

In compliance with the water industry, London & Kent Safety Training conducts this course in accordance with Energy & Utility Skills. Consisting of eight modules – six core and two water industry specific – each module must be completed, and attendees must pass the SHEA Water assessment in order to receive their registration.

COURSE MODULES

Module 1 – Understanding our Workplace Responsibilities

Reinforces legal frameworks in the workplace, and outlines the responsibilities of both the employer and employee.

‍Module 2 – Understanding the Effects of our Work on the Environment

Centres on the workplace’s impact on the environment, and the ensuing consequences for all concerned.

‍Module 3 – Identifying and Controlling Risks

Instructs the individual on how to identify and control all potential risks and hazards, and to enforce future prevention.

Module 4 – Common Hazards in the Workplace

Ensures the individual’s ability to identify and avoid potential risks, in line with the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS).

Module 5 – Occupational Health Hazards

Defines ‘occupational health’ and the relevant threats, guaranteeing the individual’s comprehension of the term and knowledge of how to avoid such events.

Module 6 – Responding to Emergencies

Improves the individual’s comprehension of all relevant emergency procedures and the potential outcomes of both positive and negative practices.‍

Module 7 – Sewerage Network and Process Operations (Water Industry)

Outlines the various hazards linked to the sewerage network and works entailed.

Module 8 – Highway Working and Excavations (Water Industry)

Instructs on the procedures relating to water and sewerage works within the public and private sectors and details emergency measures.

EUSR REGISTRATION

Registration with EUSR is based on the individual completing the relevant training programme and assessment. The EUSR SHEA Water training course is interactive and lasts one working day. Attendees are encouraged to actively participate in order to share experiences and promote discussion.

EUSR SHEA Water registration lasts for three years from date of assessment.

CSCS CARDS

The EUSR SHEA Water scheme allows registered individuals to conduct utility works on construction sites without holding a separate CSCS card.

In compliance with the National Associate of Drainage Contractors, London & Kent Safety Training conducts this course in accordance with Energy & Utility Skills. Consisting of eight modules – six core and two drainage and sewerage specific – each module must be completed, and attendees must pass the SHEA Drains and Sewers assessment in order to receive their registration.

COURSE MODULES

Module 1 – Understanding our Workplace Responsibilities

Reinforces legal frameworks in the workplace, and outlines the responsibilities of both the employer and employee.

Module 2 – Understanding the Effects of our Work on the Environment

Centres on the workplace’s impact on the environment, and the ensuing consequences for all concerned.

Module 3 – Identifying and Controlling Risks

Instructs the individual on how to identify and control all potential risks and hazards, and to enforce future prevention.

Module 4 – Common Hazards in the Workplace

Ensures the individual’s ability to identify and avoid potential risks, in line with the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS).

Module 5 – Occupational Health Hazards

Defines ‘occupational health’ and the relevant threats, guaranteeing the individual’s comprehension of the term and knowledge of how to avoid such events.

Module 6 – Responding to Emergencies

Improves the individual’s comprehension of all relevant emergency procedures and the potential outcomes of both positive and negative practices.‍

Module 7 – Drains and Sewers (Drainage and Sewerage Industry)

‍Details risks and behaviours in a designated workplace, explaining the importance of reporting on, inspecting and enforcing the areas of Health & Safety and use of appropriate equipment in order to highlight employee welfare and environmental concerns.

‍Module 8 – Highway Working and Evacuations (Drainage and Sewerage Industry)

‍Instructs on the procedures relating to gas works within the public and private sectors and details emergency measures.

EUSR REGISTRATION

Registration with EUSR is based on the individual completing the relevant training programme and assessment. The EUSR SHEA Drains & Sewers training course is interactive and lasts one working day. Attendees are encouraged to actively participate in order to share experiences and promote discussion.

EUSR SHEA Drains & Sewers registration lasts for three years from date of assessment.

CSCS CARDS

The EUSR SHEA Drains & Sewers scheme allows registered individuals to conduct utility works on construction sites without holding a separate CSCS card.

In compliance with both the energy and utilities industries, London & Kent Safety Training conducts this course in accordance with Energy & Utility Skills. Consisting of six core modules, each element must be completed, and attendees must pass the SHEA Core assessment in order to receive their registration.

COURSE MODULES

Module 1 – Understanding our Workplace Responsibilities

‍Reinforces legal frameworks in the workplace, and outlines the responsibilities of both the employer and employee.

‍Module 2 – Understanding the Effects of our Work on the Environment

‍Centres on the workplace’s impact on the environment, and the ensuing consequences for all concerned.

‍Module 3 – Identifying and Controlling Risks

‍Instructs the individual on how to identify and control all potential risks and hazards, and to enforce future prevention.

Module 4 – Common Hazards in the Workplace

‍Ensures the individual’s ability to identify and avoid potential risks, in line with the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS).

‍Module 5 – Occupational Health Hazards

‍Defines ‘occupational health’ and the relevant threats, guaranteeing the individual’s comprehension of the term and knowledge of how to avoid such events.

‍Module 6 – Responding to Emergencies

‍Improves the individual’s comprehension of all relevant emergency procedures and the potential outcomes of both positive and negative practices.‍

EUSR REGISTRATION

Registration with EUSR is based on the individual completing the relevant training programme and assessment. The EUSR SHEA Core training course is interactive and lasts one working day. Attendees are encouraged to actively participate in order to share experiences and promote discussion.EUSR SHEA Core registration lasts for three years from date of assessment.

CSCS CARDS

The EUSR SHEA Core scheme allows registered individuals to conduct utility works on construction sites without holding a separate CSCS card.

In compliance with all UK water companies, London & Kent Safety Training conducts this course in accordance with Energy & Utility Skills. The National Water Hygiene scheme – also referred to as ‘Blue Card’ – focuses on the continuing protection of public health and the endorsement of decent water hygiene practices.

Anyone – employees or subcontractors – working on the clean water network, or entering the sites knows as ‘Restricted Operations’, must possess a National Water Hygiene EUSR registration.

‘Restricted Operations’ refers to the following areas:

  • Boreholes
  • Service Pipes
  • Service Reservoirs
  • Springs
  • Water Mains Network
  • Water Pumping Stations
  • Water Treatment Works
  • Wells

Please be advised a questionnaire relating to the health of all individuals who work in the areas of restricted operations, and are taking part in the EUSR Water Hygiene course, must be completed in advance.

In this document, participants must acknowledge if they have – or have had in the past 12 months – any of the following illness or symptoms:

  • Constant Diarrhoea
  • Dysentery
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis E
  • Incessant Vomiting
  • Jaundice
  • Paratyphoid
  • Typhoid
  • Unexplained Fever

Depending on the answers received, London & Kent Safety Training’s representative will refer the individual(s) to their doctor(s) or the occupational health department of their local hospital(s) to ascertain if a water-borne disease is present. The National Water Hygiene card will not be issued to the individual until both screening and the course assessment have been passed.

COURSE MODULES

Module 1 – The Importance of Water

Identifies and educates the employee about wholesome water, highlighting its relevance as a vital food source and the potential fallout of a world without it.

Module 2 – Water as a Carrier of Disease

Explains how diseases spread via water using historical examples to validate, and detailing how to conduct best practice in order to avoid future contaminations.

Module 3 – Potential Contamination and its Consequences

Studies the probable sources of water contamination across the UK water industry and relevant outcomes.

Module 4 – Preventing Contamination

‍Outlines the measures all employees should take in order to preserve the integrity of the UK water industry and its supply of clean water, using examples of best practice in potential settings.

EUSR Water Hygiene registration lasts for three years from date of assessment.

COURSE MODULES

The SHEA Power consists of the following 8 modules:

  • Module 1: Understanding our workplace responsibilities
  • Module 2: Understanding the effects of our work on the environment
  • Module 3: Identifying and controlling risks
  • Module 4: Common hazards and controls in the workplace
  • Module 5: Occupational health hazards
  • Module 6: Responding to emergencies
  • Module 7: Power generation, transmission and distribution
  • Module 8: Power industry hazards

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