Safety & Access

Work at Height Safety Awareness

1 Day
Managers/Supervisors and others who have a responsibility for or arrange work at height to be carried out on their premises by their own employees or contractors.
Overall Objectives:
To give the attendees an appreciation of the Work at Height Regulations 2005 and how to relate them the practical everyday operations that require people to work at height and ensure that these operations are planned and undertaken safely.
  • Introduction
  • Work at height hazards and statistics
  • The Work at Height Regulations 2005
  • Hierarchy of Controls
  • Planning for Work at Height
  • Temporary Works/BS5975/CDM Considerations
  • Risk Assessment/Method Statement
  • Rescue Considerations
  • Collective Fall Prevention
  • Edge Protection BSEN13374
  • Scaffolding & Lightweight Tower Scaffolding (PASMA)
  • Powered Access
  • Ladders/stepladders and Low Level Access
  • Use and Application of Fall Arrest
  • Raising and lowering of materials
  • Roof work
  • Practical & Theoretical exercises
  • Multi-choice question paper
Safety and Access Ltd Certificate of Training
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