Working at Heights
This course is essential under the 2005 Safety Health and Welfare Act and 2007 General Application Regulations which covers the working at height regulations (part 4 of the General Application Regulations) it states that all employees must be trained in the work they do which in this case is working at heights. This course is designed to fulfil this requirement.
Candidates will learn the necessary skills and knowledge to instruct people in safe Working at Height practices
- Inspection and Certification
- Working at Height Definition
- Ladder Safety Awareness
- Working Safely on Roofs
- Working at Height from MEWPS
- Mobile Access Towers Safety Awareness
- Scaffolding Safety Awareness
- Excavations in relation to Working at Height
- Fall Arrest and Fall Restraint Systems
- Risk Assessments for Working at Height
- Suspension Trauma and Rescue Plans
Participants will be trained to work at heights safely. They will understand the legal requirements to carry out the work, how to select the correct equipment for their work and identify the dangers associated with the work.
This Course is Designed For:
A good understanding of both oral and written English. It is highly recommend Candidates have or complete a QQI Level 6 Training Qualification, especially if they intend delivering instruction or training.
This course is classroom based, it is highly interactive with role-playing and practical exercises to reinforce understanding and learning.
What to Bring to This Course:
While pens and paper will be supplied, participants are free to bring their own. It would also be an advantage it participants are comfortable with heights.
Working at Heights public courses TBC.