Work at Height

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Individuals that organise, plan or carry out work at height and therefore need a clear and practical understanding of the Work at Height Regulations 2005.

AIMS & OBJECTIVESwork

Delegates will also have the opportunity to see case studies of good and bad practice, and investigate perception of risk. They will also consider the hierarchy of risk controls, identification of danger areas and rescue requirements and thereby learn how to manage & carrying out work at height, including the selection of appropriate access equipment

PROGRAMME

  • The Law- Work at Height Regulations
  • Avoiding falls from height
  • An HSE Priority Ladder Safety
  • Stepladders – Care & Maintenance
  • Mobile Access Towers – Basic Guidance
  • Personal Responsibilitieswrk
  • Risk assessments – Dynamic & Generic
  • Scaffolding – Inspection requirements
  • Fragile Roofs – Precautions required
  • Selection of Work Equipment & Inspection
  • Working on Roofs
  • The lastline of defence – Fall Restraint/Arrest