EUSR (SHEA) Drains and Sewers
EUSR, SHEA, Power, Passport, Training Course
3 Year Card
This is a 1 day EUSR Safety Health and Environment Awareness (SHEA) Drains and Sewers Course.
The Utility Safety Health and Environment Awareness (SHEA) portfolio of schemes have been developed in conjunction with industry to provide a uniform approach to health, safety and environmental awareness training across the utilities sector, in line with Health and Safety Executive guidelines.
The programme content and scheme specification have been developed in collaboration with The National Association of Drainage Contractors (NADC). Programme material is produced and managed by Energy & Utility Skills on the drainage and sewerage industry’s behalf. The content is reviewed periodically and consists of six core modules and two specific to the drainage and sewerage industry. All individuals will need to complete all eight modules and pass the SHEA Drains and Sewers assessment to receive the SHEA Drains and Sewers registration. The programme may only be delivered by trainers approved by Energy & Utility Skills.
The programme will be delivered through the context of the drainage and sewerage industry.
How do I get a EUSR Card?
Registration is based on the successful completion of a training programme and assessment. Following training the EUSR approved trainer will apply to register the trainee. EUSR cards are issued within 28 days of receipt of the necessary completed paperwork and payment. Operatives are issued with a cover note following training to confirm completion of the training and assessment while they wait for their card to be issued.
Registration and card supply costs are £30 + VAT.
The Utility SHEA (Drains and Sewers) scheme is affiliated with the CSCS to allow drainage and sewerage industry workers access to construction sites for purposes of utilities work without the need to complete a separate CSCS card.
A good level of written and spoken English is required to successfully complete this course. If you have any concerns regarding this please contact our office and we discuss available options (e.g. hiring a translator at an additional cost).
How is the course delivered / assessed:
This course comprises of a trainer lead presentation and assessment. Trainees will be called upon to share their experiences and thoughts throughout, to build on the course material.
What is awarded after completion of the course?:
Once the course has been completed candidates will receive a EUSR SHEA Drains and Sewers Passport.
When does the qualification expire?:
The EUSR Utility SHEA Drains and Sewers Passport Card is valid for 3 years from the date of training. After which the course will require renewal by anyone still working within the industry. Please note: the registration gained from the transition route will expire 3 years after the initial course.
If you have any questions please contact us for more information.