Saturday Testing is available at London Moreland Street
The majority of UK construction sites will require onsite workers and site visitors to have achieved an appropriate level of health and safety knowledge before they are permitted to enter construction areas. Due to this requirement, the ECS card scheme requires all those applying for cards to hold or obtain a minimum level of health and safety knowledge.
The ECS H&S assessment is required by all candidates applying for an ECS card who do not have an exemption to the test.
If you are unsure about your eligibility for an ECS card and which H&S assessment you should undertake, please visit the ECS card website, www.ecscard.org.uk. No responsibility can be accepted for candidates who book and undertake the wrong test and no refund will be given in such circumstances.
Bookings to take the ECS Health and Safety (H&S) Assessment can be made by an individual or by a business on behalf of multiple employees.
Computer based assessment with instant results. Passing an ECS health and safety assessment is compulsory prior to submitting an application for an ECS card, unless the candidate holds a recognised health and safety qualification which exempts them.
The ECS test will cost £42 for Unite members & £48 for non - members.
To cancel the test and request a refund, you must notify us 72 hours before your test is due,otherwise the fee is non-refundable.
You will be required to confirm your identity to the Invigilator by producing a photographic proof of identity. Failure to provide this information will result in you being refused to sit the assessment.
Suitable ID: Passport, Photo Driving Licence, Current JIB card or company photo ID cards.
If you would like to discuss our onsite testing options at your workplace please contact our support team
firstname.lastname@example.org 0113 3229784
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