Working at Height
The aim of this course is to provide training in good practice for everyone who works at height, in line with the Work at Height Regulations. The course shows delegates how to understand and follow the hierarchy for managing risk from work at heights and to take steps to avoid, prevent or reduce risks.
Supported by CITB grant
About this course
The Working at Heights course covers the following:
- Legal Requirements and Responsibilities
- Nature of Hazards andIdentification of Causes
- Risk Assessment and Method Statements
- Work at Height Regulations
- Work at Height Alternatives
- Work at Height Equipment Inspection
- Duties of a Responsible Person
Who this course is for
This programme is designed for any person who may be required to work or supervise others working at height, or who requires familiarisation with the associated regulations.
The course is delivered through classroom-based tutorials and demonstrations. It includes a theory exercise in the inspection and selection of equipment.
This course can be delivered on your premises or at a location suitable to you.
Construction Skills People accredited certificate.
Delegates attending this course should be 18+and be physically and mentally fit to withstand the rigours of training. The content of this course includes awareness of periodic examinations of equipment. The course does not provide full training in the maintenance of equipment.
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It is important that all delegates have a good understanding of spoken and written English.