Working at Height
Our working at height course has been created to encourage those who work at heights to do so safely. Falls from height are one of the biggest causes of workplace major injuries and fatalities, this is due to the lack of knowledge around working safely at height. Common causes are falls from ladders and through fragile roofs. Working at height means working in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury. This course will teach you how to work at height safely and how you can ensure your colleagues are also working safely to avoid possible injuries.
- Introduction to the HSE brief guide
- Regulations apply to who?
- Complying with these Regulations?
Employers and those in control of any working at height activity must make sure work is properly planned, supervised and carried out by competent people. This includes using the right type of equipment for working at height.
- The ‘competent’ of a team member to work at height?
- Measures taken to help to protect people
- The most common causes of accidents when working at height
- What to consider when planning work at height?
- Selecting the right equipment for a job?
- The importance of good condition of equipment
- What must employees do?
- What must the architects and building designers do?
- Presentation by tutor
- Case studies
Benefits perceived by attendees:
- Raising awareness and understanding of working at heights.
Maintenance staff, Engineers, Electrician, Painter and Decorators, and all skill or unskilled workforce.
Duration: (3 hours – CPD)
Refreshments and buffet lunch will be provided including course notes.
(For special dietary requirements please contact our administrator at: Info@careerchangewales.co.uk)
For dates on when our courses are running you can either look at our calendar by – CLICKING HERE – or you can contact us through 029 21 156 603 and Info@CareerChangeWales.co.uk
Online and Zoom-pro based training
We are offering online and Zoom based training as well as our usual classroom courses. Should there be further lockdown restrictions more courses are likely to be done either through Zoom or via online. However as of this moment, we are providing all of our training as normal in classrooms. We are also ensuring that classroom training courses are done in very small numbers of no more than 4. This is so we can not only provide the highest quality of training, but also we ensure everyone’s safety during these times.
Should you be interested in Zoom training you will need to have a PC or laptop and a free Zoom account. If you do not have a Zoom account, we can help you to setup one.