Am I working at height?
Forget the “2 metre rule” or any such thing. The HSE now defines ‘at height’ as follows:
“A place is ‘at height’ if a person could be injured falling from it, even if it is at or below ground level.”
The ‘Work at Height Regulations’ also place a responsibility on Employers to ensure that:
“Those involved in work at height are trained and competent.”
So, with decades of experience of working at height we can help. From the basics of wearing and looking after a harness to an in depth understanding of regulations we have this area fully covered.
|Work at height Regulations||Following attendance of this course candidates will have an understanding of the framework of the Work at Height Regulations 2005.|
|Safe use of harness||Candidates should be able to select a suitable harness for a work application, check it, put it on, correctly adjusted.|
|Fall arrest – safe use||Candidates will be able to confidently use most types of horizontal and vertical fall arrest system safely after attending this course.|
|Safe use of Ladders||Candidates will have a thorough understanding on the use and inspection of both leaning and step ladder.|
|Managing access||Candidates will have gained an understanding of legislation pertaining to difficult and hazardous access procedures. They will understand the value of audit trails, competence checks and permit systems|
We are also approved installers for a number of fall arrest systems and would be happy to discuss your requirements. Our site safety audit team (Safety Services) is available to assess the hazards on your site. The report from this audit can be used to plan for safe access.
Fall arrest and work positioning anchors installed and/or tested contact us for details.
All courses may contain an element of on-site work, so standard site clothing may be needed.
All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance and a workbook for reference. Tea and coffee are provided on all courses at our site, as is a buffet lunch on all full day courses at our site.