Working at Height, Ladders, Harness and Fall Arrest Training

Working at Heights – To provide participants with the knowledge and practical skills to interpret the requirements of legislation and standards relevant to the prevention of falls in the workplace.
Working at Heights Objective:

On completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Understand legislative requirements
  • Understand fall prevention
  • Understand and implement the use of fall protection
  • Identify Health and Safety hazards
  • List the hazards arising from work at heights
  • Carry out a quick check on their own equipment
  • Understand why checks are carried out on PPE

Working at Heights Programme:

  • Introduction
  • Safety, Health & Welfare at Work (Working at Height)
  • Regulations, 2006
  • Fall Prevention
  • Permanent Work Platforms
  • Temporary Work Platforms (Scaffolding)
  • Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (M.E.W.P)
  • Opening / Edge Protection
  • Roof Work
  • Fall Protection
  • Safety Netting
  • Use of Harness
  • Lanyard
  • Anchorage Point
  • Ladder Safety
  • Roof Work
  • Lanyard & Anchorage Points
  • Care & Storage of the Harness

Working at Heights Who Should Attend:
This training is suitable for clients who are required to work up at height. And will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to work safely and effectively at heights and basic rescue as required in accordance with legislative requirements.
Working at Heights Pre-Course Requirements:  None
Working at Heights Assessment / Certification:
Certificate of Attendance
Working at Heights Duration:  0.5 Day
Working at Heights Participation:  Maximum of 12

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