- How to reduce the risks from:
- Weather conditions
- Working environments
- Others working at height
- Falling objects
- Fragile surfaces
- Importance of risk assessments
- Rescue plan requirements
- Types of equipment and testing requirements
- Selecting appropriate equipment
- Identifying safety precautions when using equipment
- Reporting procedures when equipment is faulty
Working At Heights Training Course When working at a height, falling is a major issue for concern amongst employers and it continues to be one of the biggest causes of fatal and serious injuries in the workplace. A place of work is at a height when the person could be injured if they were to fall from it even when at or below ground level.
How we approach working at height:
We provide courses delivered in a relaxed and informative style, many of which are nationally accredited, designed to meet specific industry requirements or a tailor-made to individual and organisations specific and varied needs.
The emphasis on every course is to allow delegates to become confident in their skills through a range of theory and practical sessions as well as continuing assessment and feedback from the trainer.
Who Should Attend The Working at Heights Course?
The QA Level 2 Award in Working at Height (RQF) is ideal for those who work, or are aspiring to work in any type of environment that may require them to work at height, such as: building and construction, agriculture, forestry, factories, warehouses and more.