Safety Passport

Published: | Updated: May 25, 2018

Definition - What does Safety Passport mean?

A safety passport is a training course that aims to provide both general and/or industry-specific safety training. The term safety passport is most common in the U.K., where tests are administered by the the Client Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG). There is also a passport to safety issued in Canada by a nonprofit called Passport to Safety.

A safety passport may also be called a passport to safety.

Safeopedia explains Safety Passport

Safety training courses aim to provide workers with the information they need to stay safe in the workplace, and maintain a safe workplace for others. This includes workplace hazards, worker rights and responsibilities, general workplace safety provisions and, eventually, industry-specific safety training. Employer and employee education is one of the key ways to improve workplace safety.

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