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Online Working at height Awareness Training

Online Working at height awareness Training and fall prevention…

This online Working at Training course is designed for anyone who needs to work at height in the workplace.

Undoubtably, the truth in working at heights is crystal clear; there is no measurement that can answer the question ‘how high is high enough?’ The fact is that you can drown in a couple of inches of water, and just like all injuries they could easily be prevent by working at height and fall prevention training, Should an employee land awkwardly an injury will likely be caused.

Therefore, no matter what height the activity – this could be storing documents in an office warehouse; working ten storeys up on a construction site, or even if your job requires high rope access – if your feet are off the ground – you would be classed as working at height and therefore, you would need to comply with the work at height regulations.

Factoid: 7960 employed and self-employed people were injured between 2011-2012 due to falls from height type of accidents*.

Summary of course content

  • An overview of the Work at Height Regulations 2005
  • Explanation on responsibilities for the self employed, the employer and employee.
  • Explanation on everyone’s different responsibilities when working at heights
  • How to select the right Personal Protection Equipment:
  • Working from Ladders and how to set them up properly

*source from HSE Website

BOOK NOW - 19.50 written on a buttonThe duration of this online training course is approx 38 minutes (excludes time to take exam) and all delegates get a certificate of competence. You can stop and start the course as and when you like.

And help will be available at all times.

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