Our Work at Height in Entertainment Industry – Revalidation course reviews a range of skills needed for theatre technicians needing to access, climb and rescue from structures typically found within the entertainment industry. Course includes the use of both fall protection and work positioning equipment.
For theatre technicians, riggers and stage workers in the entertainment industry (including theatres, consort halls and film sets) who are required to work at height on fixed or temporary structures such as lattice structures, gantries, platforms and lighting rigs/trus.
Rescue after a fall is also revalidated as part of this Work at Height in Entertainment Industry – Revalidation course.
Our Work at Height for riggers & stage workers course covers:
- Selection, care and maintenance of equipment.
- Climbing techniques, ladders and structures.
- Restraint, work positioning, fall arrest systems.
- Emergency procedures
- Rescue after a fall
The practical skills covered in this course include:
- Safe use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Competent rescue of a casualty from a structure
- lowering of a casualty
- competent rescue of a casualty after a fall
- Ensuring safety of self and all others
Safety footwear required for all practical sessions.
Participants are required to have an in date Work at Height in the Entertainment Industry (Course Ref: TTS9U) certificate or, alternatively, both Use of Fall Protection Equipment (Course Ref: TFP4UE) and Rescue After a Fall (Course Ref: TRE2UE) certificates.
15% off equipment online for training participants. You will receive 15% off heightec equipment when you complete a course with us. Your voucher is automatically sent to you by email for use when you order equipment online.