The Director's Role for Health and Safety (DRHS) is a one-day interactive course that has been designed for company directors and senior managers active in a health and safety strategic role in the built environment, with the aim of recognising directors’ duties of care and the implications of non-compliance with health and safety legislation.
This pre-requisite eLearning can be completed before attending the trainer-led course.
If you are not enrolled but want to take the full course, search for and book using the following link - CITB Course Locator
The course empowers directors to grasp the costs of boardroom decisions, manage risks strategically, acknowledge consequences of ineffective health and safety management, value competent duty holders, appoint reliable assistance, and foster a proactive safety culture.
Who is it for?
The CITB director’s role for health and safety course is for delegates who have signed up for a trainer-led Director’s Role for Health and Safety (DRHS) – this includes both classroom and remotely delivered courses.
Anyone holding the positions of (not limited to) Financial/Operations Director, Senior Quantity Surveyor (QS), Private QS, Principal Designer, Senior/Principal Engineer, Company Secretary, Contracts Manager, Senior Project Manager, or Non-Executive Director can enroll in the course.