Working at Height Training

National Standard Quality Training

We aim to provide high quality working at height training introducing the principles and equipment involved in work at height systems and, through a combination of classroom and practical demonstrations, the process of a safe and systematic approach to working at height operations.

Our working at height training benefits managers, supervisors, scaffolders, riggers and work teams involved with anything electrical or mechanical where their job entails them to work at height.

Course Content

Our working at height training course includes the following:

  • Introduction
  • Current legislation
  • Hierarchy of risk
  • Correct use and management of equipment
  • User requirements when working on scaffolding
  • Use of work platforms
  • Anchor point selection
  • Fall arrest, work restraint, work positioning
  • Personal fall protection equipment
  • Ladders and steps
  • Equipment inspection
  • Rescue overview
  • Risk assessment principles

Users and supervisors considerations for use - MEWPs, towers and scaffolds.

Delegates will participate in practical demonstrations including pre/post-inspection of harness, lanyards, work positioning, anchor points and fall arrest devices.

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Why Choose Us

Nationwide Training Courses

With a wide range of training courses covering the whole of the UK we can provide everything you need for machinery handling and safety training.

We have an excellent customer reputation and all our instructors are are registered by RTITB or ITSSAR who are recognised by the Health & Safety Commission. We hold ITSSAR accreditation and are IOSH trained.

We tailor our courses to suit your needs with an extensive range including:

  • Forklift
  • MEWP's
  • Abrasive Wheel
  • Crane
  • Slinger
  • Confined Spaces
  • Manual Handling
  • Risk Assessment
  • Harness
  • Ladder
  • Working at Height

Safety Officer Service

Risk assessments to help prevent potential accidents.

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