Using Height Safety Equipment – Entertainment Industry

Work at height course which includes use of fall protection equipment, equipment care/maintenance and Work at Height Regulations for the Entertainment Industry

Fall arrest height safety training course for the entertainment industry

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This course includes the half day Awareness of Work at Height syllabus, then goes on to cover pre-use check, installation, methods of use and possible defects for specific types of fall protection.

Our Using Height Safety Equipment – Entertainment Industry course includes correct fitting of a safety harness combined with a variety of fall protection equipment used within the entertainment industry.

Working methods include restraint, work positioning and fall arrest using both fixed and temporary methods.

This Using Height Safety Equipment – Entertainment Industry course also discusses the hierarchy of fall prevention and protection measures set out in the Work at Height Regulations.

Explains pre-use check, installation, methods of use and possible defects for specific types of fall protection.

The Using Height Safety Equipment – Entertainment Industry course content can be adapted to suit specific needs of particular clients. Optional systems include permanent or deadweight anchors, fixed rail systems, adjustable lanyard with karabiner or scaffold hook, inertia reel and flexible line.

ACWAHT (Advisory Committee for Work at Height Training) syllabus is also covered in this course.

Course Content: General Criteria for the use of Fall Protection Equipment:

  • Safety harness and lanyard
  • Fixed vertical and horizontal fall arrest systems
  • Fall arrest blocks
  • Restraint system
  • Temporary vertical and horizontal line
  • Compatibility of equipment
  • Pre use checks
  • Installation (positioning) fitting and wearing
  • Methods of use
  • Dismanting and defects
  • Rescue and suspension syncope

Practical skills covered in this course include:

  • Harness fitting and adjustment
  • Use of energy absorbing lanyards
  • Use of work positioning lanyard
  • Fall arrest blocks
  • Vertical fixed and temporary systems
  • Temporary horizontal lines

Course Details

Duration: 1 day
Course Venues: Aberdeen, Birmingham, Kendal, Leeds, London
Entry Requirements: Minimum age 18. Should be comfortable with exposure to height. Must be fluent in English.
Instructor Ratio: 1:6
Course Code: TFP4UE
Assessment: Written and practical
Certification: heightec
Validity Period: 3 years
Medical Requirements: Physical fitness with no contra-indications for working at height. A self-certified statement of reasonable fitness will be requested prior to attendance.
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