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LaTS course provides essentials to lead a team safely

Influence the behaviour of those that you supervise.

Ensure good planning and communication of health and safety related to site work.

Help ensure workers operate on site more safely, lowering risk to themselves and others.

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The CCNSG Leading a Team Safely (LaTS) course focuses on the essentials of leadership such as planning, implementing and reviewing, with a natural emphasis on health and safety.

LaTS is aimed at supervisory staff who have responsibility for teams, but who may have had little or no training in health and safety responsibilities or in the essentials of leadership.

To be eligible to attend the CCNSG LaTS course, you must hold a current CCNSG Safety Passport.


Find out more about the CCNSG quality assured national course

LaTS course content

The LaTS course is broken down into four elements:

  • The Team: What are the ingredients of a successful team.
  • The Plan: What do you need to put in place to plan for a successful and safe job.
  • The Job: Supervision, monitoring and communication.
  • The Good Job: Objectives, capabilities, resources and support.



On the Leading a Team Safely course you will learn:

  • Strategies for working safely with others.
  • Tips for communicating successfully.
  • Leading a team effectively.
  • Guidelines for achieving safe outcomes.
  • Techniques for self-management.
  • An awareness of health and safety at work and your responsibilities for creating a safe workplace.
  • An understanding of safe solutions to problems in the workplace.

How to book on a LaTS course

ECITB approved training providers run the CCNSG Leading a Team Safely (LaTS) course across the UK.

Find a LaTS course near you

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