Working at Heights

£105 per delegate. This may be less for special offers on specific course dates and in-company training courses

Duration: 0.5 days

Trainer: T316IC

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Who Should Attend?

This programme is designed for Managers and Supervisors who have a responsibility for working at heights within their organisation.


To provide delegates with a thorough understanding of the new ‘Work at Height Regulations 2005’, dangers associated with this type of work and how to implement the regulations and safe practises into their workplace


- Legislation 
- Organisation and planning, competence and risk assessment 
- Selection of work equipment; guard rails/toe-boards, working platforms, ladders, positioning systems, fall arrest and restraint systems
- Fragile surfaces 
- Ladders
- Falling objects 
- Inspections including records and reporting


By the end of the course delegates will be able to: 

- Summarise the work at height regulations and associated legislation and be fully aware of their legal responsibilities
- Plan and organise the work using competent people and undertake a risk assessment 
- Select the correct work equipment and restraint systems to help prevent falls from height 
- Carry out inspections of equipment to ensure they are safe and fit for purpose
- Keep accurate records and report dangerous occurrences in line with the legislation (RIDDOR)

Training Methods: Classroom based with candidate participation with games, role play & basic level practical.
Telephone Hotline 01933 233884

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Location Region Start Date Days Price ex. VAT    
Tadley - Redwoods House South Central England Tue 2 Nov 21 Half day duration, date as indicated. 0.5 £105 + VAT BOOK ENQUIRE
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