Working at Heights (HSE)
Introduction

This course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge andpractical skills to interpret the requirements of legislation and standards with reference to QCS 2014 relevant to the prevention of falls in the workplace. This training is suitable for clients who are required to work at heights and will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to work safely and effectively at heights, and basic rescue as required in accordance with legislative requirements.

Learning outcomes

•To describe how the work at height regulations apply to your work environment and the use of personal fall protection equipment.

•Selection and Inspection of Work equipment used to work at Heights.

•To allow participants to identify the most suitable fall protection equipment for the task.

•To enable participants to carry out pre-use checks of their personal fall protection equipment to ensure it is fit for purpose.

•To give an overview of theconsequences and appropriate actions for a casualty suspended in a full body fall arrest harness.

Learning Contents
•Legislation including Health, safety and welfare at work.
 
•Hazards &risks associated while working at Height.
 
•Different types of working platform used when working at height.
 
•Fall prevention and protection.
 
•Personal fall arrest system.
 
•Activities and working areas where Fall protection needed.
 
•Fall protection plan.
 
•Actions taken during emergency.
Re-certification interval: Two (2) years
Delivery Language(s)

English(Please inform DISS if differentLanguage is required)

Target Audience

Any person working at height higher than2 meters from their feet to the ground orwithin 2 meters of an edge where a fall can take place.

Course Duration: Four (4) hours
Assessment:

Skill evaluation and written assessment.

Category: HSE Course
Industry:
Oil & Gas Aviation & Maritime Construction & Engineering Facility Management Food Production & Catering Government Hospitality & Tourism Rail Manufacturing
Topics:
Working at Heights
Duration:
4 Hours
Certification
DISS

Date : 4 December 2019

Date : 7 December 2019

Date : 19 December 2019

Date : 26 December 2019

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