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    Over 1.9 million card holders in the UK

    CSCS cards confirm you have the correct training and qualifications for the type of work you carry out.

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    CSCS green cards

    The green Construction Site Operative (CSO) card was withdrawn on 1st July 2014. There is a new green card for people working in labouring occupations.

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    The job you do will determine which type of CSCS card you should hold. Our card finder tool will help identify the correct card for you.

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    "A CSCS card provides an effective means of demonstrating qualifications and skills within the construction industry and support Specialist Contractors in obtaining the appropriate CSCS card for their occupation on site." Suzannah Nichol, MBE, NSCC

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  • CSCS - what it is and what it's not...

    Although most people are familiar with CSCS there are many views expressed regarding its purpose and what it means to have a CSCS card. To summarise:

  • CSCS is not about competence...

    In the past many schemes, CSCS included, have been promoted as ‘Competency’ card schemes i.e. possession of a card automatically signifies the cardholder is competent to carry out a given task or job. Furthermore the industry has been keen to embrace this concept with cursory inspection of the card before individuals are allowed to work on site.

  • Green card update

    Up until July 2014 CSCS had issued over 700,000 green CSO cards. These cards were issued on completion of a Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) Health, Safety & Environment test together with an Employer recommendation.

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10:25 AM - 30 Jan 2015