Falls from height are one of the biggest causes of workplace fatalities and major injuries. Working at Height Regulations specify that it is an employer’s duty to ensure that people working at height have sufficient skills, knowledge and experience.
These courses are aimed at anyone who works at height using ladders/steps, but are also applicable to their managers and supervisors in order to raise awareness of the risks.
The Safe Working at Height courses cover:
- Introduction to applicable legislation
- How to handle, erect, lower and use different types of ladders in the workplace
- How to identify potential hazardous situations on the ground and above
- The importance of correct storage and inspection requirements
- The duties and responsibilities of both employees and employer with regard to ladder use and inspection
|Safe Working at Height||1 days||On-site|
|Safe Use of Ladders||1/2 days||On-site|
Maximum delegate numbers apply and will be stated at the point of enquiry.
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- First Aid Training The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work.
- Fire Marshal/Warden Training The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order states that the employer’s designated responsible person must appoint and provide adequate training for one or more competent persons to assist in undertaking preventive and protective fire measures in the workplace.
- Manual Handling Training Incorrect manual handling is one of the most common causes of injury at work. It causes work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) which account for over a third of all workplace injuries.