WSQ Supervise Construction Work for WSH (WP02-PR303E-1)

(Formerly BCSS – Building Construction Supervisor Safety Course)

The Supervise Construction Work for WSH (BCSS) is a compulsory training course for construction workers who are assigned to the role of a supervisor in the construction industry.

This Competency Unit specifies the knowledge skills and attitudes required of a Building Construction Supervisor to oversee or supervise any work or process carried out in a worksite safely and without any risk to health.

After the migration to the WSQ system, the new title for this course is:
Supervise Construction 
Work in Workplace Safety and Health (SCWWSH)

Entry Requirement

  • Singaporeans: Completed Secondary 2 in an MOE registered school OR Completed the Employability Skills-WSQ WPLN 4
  • Malaysians: Completed Form 3
  • Indian Nationals: Completed Secondary School Leaving Certificate
  • Bangladeshi Nationals: Completed Secondary School Certificate

You must show any of the above ORIGINAL certificates in order to be allowed entry to the course.
In addition, you will be required to pass our in-house English written and verbal test to be allowed to join the English class. 

Course Fees: S$300 (before SSG funding)

AudienceThis module will be relevant to Construction Site Supervisor, Clerk-of-work, Foreman, Site engineer, WSH Coordinator, WSH Supervisor or individuals who undertake the role of a supervisor in the construction industry.

Duration: 28 learning hours + 4 hours exam( 4 days-9am to 6pm)

Assessment: 4 hours written exam.

construction safety

Regulation 9 of the Workplace Safety And Health (Construction)Regulations states that:

(2) It shall be the duty of —
(a) the employer of any person who carries out oversight or supervisory work in a worksite; or
(b) the principal under whose direction any person carries out oversight or supervisory work in a worksite, to ensure that the person does not oversee or supervise any work (including any process) in the worksite unless the person has received adequate safety and health training to ensure that the work which the person oversees or supervises can be carried out safely.


Course Outline:

  1. Explain and interpret salient WSH legislations and other requirements
    relevant to construction industry
  2. Describe the WSH duties and responsibilities of a supervisor in
    construction industry
  3. Assist in safety and health planning and organisation at worksite
  4. Identify WSH hazards, evaluate and control risks in construction
    industry in accordance with risk management process
  5. Carry out WSH inspections in accordance with organisational
    inspection procedures
  6. Conduct incident investigation and prepare report in accordance with
    legal requirements and other organisational requirements


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