SAFE WORKING AT HEIGHTS
The Work at Height Regulations 2005 were developed with the aim of regulating this type of work thereby reducing this unacceptable statistic.
This one day course is designed to provide attendees with the required knowledge to enable them to use work equipment, which has been provided for working at heights, in a safe manner.
Who should attend the course?
The course has been developed for anyone who needs to work at height when carrying out their daily tasks. This would include personnel from all industries i.e. construction, engineering, retail, etc.
The people who would benefit from this course would include: Foremen, Supervisors and employees.
To give attendees a basic knowledge of the legislation governing work at heights as well as the safety aspects of using various types of equipment for working at height.
The course will include tutorials and syndicate exercises culminating in a confirmation test.
Legal requirements for working at height:
The Health & Safety at Work Act
The Work at Height Regulations
Safety in the use of working platforms:
Mobile elevating work platforms
Ladders and stepladders
Fall arrest / restraint equipment:
All persons attending the course will be required to pass a multiple choice test paper prior to completing.
All successful particpants will receive an attendance certificate from Akeva.