Managing Work at Height

Detailed information on how to implement a safe system of work for work at height

Managing Work at Height training
Provides detailed knowledge on the requirements of the Work at Height Regulations in to give an understanding of which working methods are suitable for a particular types of work.

Following the course, candidates will be able to specify an appropriate Safe System of Work for particular work sites, including appropriate methods of fall protection.

Candidates are able to use their own working environments as a basis for problem solving.

For managers, supervisors, clients and specifiers. A comprehensive course with lecture sessions and extensive practical experience.

Discusses hierarchy of fall protection in detail, covering temporary and permanent scaffolding, mobile elevated work platforms, collective and individual fall protection equipment and ladders. The course explores the difference between restraint, work positioning, fall arrest and points out critical safety factors in each.

Current issues relating to work at height are discussed, including emergency planning, suspension trauma, rescue and requirements for inspection.

Practical sessions include use of a wide variety of fall protection equipment.

ACWAHT (Advisory Committee for Work at Height Training) syllabus is also covered in this course.
course code: TFP2M
duration: 2 days
location: Kendal, London, Aberdeen, Birmingham, Leeds
entry rqmts: Minimum age 18. Must be fluent in English.
instructor ratio: 1:10 maximum
course cost: 425.00 + VAT
assessment: Practical and written
certification: heightec certificate
validity:
medical rqmts: Physical fitness with no contra-indications for working at height.

 

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