Renewing your CCNSG Safety Passport

To renew your CCNSG Safety Passport you can opt for either attending a Renewal Course or sitting the Test-only for Renewal.

Card holders must renew their Safety Passport before the expiry date or retake the two-day CCNSG National Course. You can renew up to six months before the expiry date.

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Renewal Course

The CCNSG Renewal Course is a one-day refresher course for those who have already completed the CCNSG National Course.

Course content is outlined below.

All training providers that deliver the CCNSG Safety Passport National Course can offer the Renewal Course.

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Test-only for Renewal

The CCNSG Test-only for Renewal is an alternative option to the CCNSG Renewal Course.

Delegates complete 60 multiple-choice questions at an approved training provider’s centre which cover the syllabus of the one-day renewal course, with a required pass mark of 48 (80%).

No training or assistance will be given at the test so candidates must ensure they have revised their health and safety knowledge ahead of the session.  You are allowed two attempts at the renewal test before having to attend the one-day renewal course.




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Topics / content for the CCNSG Renewal Course and test

  • Relevant health and safety legislation including the responsibilities of clients/site operators, employers and employees.
  • Approved codes of practice.
  • Role of the Health and Safety Executive.
  • Sources of health and safety information.
  • Who is responsible for the health and safety of people working on a site.
  • The consequences for employers and employees of not fulfilling their legal health and safety responsibilities.
  • The purpose and nature of risk assessments, method statements and permit-to-work systems, and the relevance of local procedures and safe systems of work.
  • Hazards and risks.
  • Fire safety procedures.
  • Manual handling.
  • Dangers of slips, trips and falls.
  • Working at height.
  • Working with tools and equipment, noisy environments, vibrating equipment.
  • Confined space/ excavations working.
  • Hazardous substances.
  • Lifting operations.
  • Dangers of asbestos/radiation.
  • Site traffic.
  • Types of signs and warnings.
  • Electricity and portable electrical appliances/ stored energy devices.
  • Environmental issues.
  • Personal Protective Equipment.
  • Incident reporting procedures.
  • Reporting lines and procedures.
  • Importance of training.
  • Safety first attitudes.
  • Personal behaviour.
  • Introduction to mental health and equality issues
  • Minimising the risks from different hazards.
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