Working At Heights Awareness CLSA37X
This course is available for groups of 4 +, delivered on site.
At the end of the course, course members will be able to:
- Be aware of accidents that happen while working at heights
- Relate the general requirements of the Health and Safety at Work 1974 to their own work activities.
- Gain a greater understanding of regulations and guidance relating to working at heights
- Be aware of varied means of access to working at heights
- Carry out a risk assessment relating to working at heights
- Plan further specific work based training to ensure safe systems of work
Who is the Course For?
Managers, supervisors and operatives working at heights
One day (six hours)
Instructor/Trainee Ratio Max: 1:12 Min: 1:6
- What can go wrong while working at heights
- General requirements of Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Regulations and guidance relating to working at heights
- Means of access Ladders, stepladders and trestles
- General access scaffolds
- Scaffold Towers
- Suspended cradles
- Mast-elevated work platforms
- Power-operated work platforms
- Personal suspension equipment
- Risk assessments/work planning/safe systems of work
- Personal action plan and course summary
Course members may need to received further training on specific work equipment before being able to work safely at heights.
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