The EMSS approved National Safety Passport training has been developed by a highly experienced and knowledgeable team; the content being checked by many highly qualified HSE professionals from various industry sectors with decades of experience. The course is updated regularly based on industry best practice and changes to legislation so you can be assured your workers hold the most up to date information to keep them safe and free from harm.
The EMSS Safety Passport Card first and foremost demonstrates that its holder has an audited and approved level of underpinning knowledge and provides evidence of their ability to understand further site specific training, instruction and inductions enabling them to work in high hazard environments.
Our training comprises of 21 comprehensive modules which have been verified by EMSS. The completion of our training entitles the user to the EMSS Safety Passport and the EMSS competency management system.
This cloud based system enables the instant on-line checking of all candidates and ensures the integrity of the safety passport card. In addition the card holder or employer is able to upload additional qualifications to the workers profile with relevant evidence such as certificates, induction cards, licences and professional/trade qualifications to ensure the worker can show competence and the client sites assured of compliance.
Safety aware workers engaged by compliant companies in possession of the latest industry best practice training can only serve to improve OSH performance across all high hazard industries and ultimately save lives.
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Successful completion of the National Safety Passport eLearning training course gives you not only an internationally accepted EMSS Safety Passport Card, your EMSS Safety Passport number grants you access to the EMSS Competency Management System.
This system is designed to prove and share passport holders training competence within the industry.
By adding on-going training, linking to employers and networking with client sites, you can rapidly share the relevant information needed to grant access onto high hazard sites with the minimum of delay.