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Working at Heights

There are many deaths each year within work places that are specifically attributed to falling from heights. Consequently, the Government introduced the Working at Height Regulations in April 2005.

The course is designed to assist your organisation to be compliant with the current legislation, but more importantly to inform those who are involved with working at height of the correct safety procedures to greatly reduce risk.


Course Topics
  • Introduction to Working at Height regulations.
  • Discussion of relevant Health & Safety laws.
  • Responsibilities of both employees and employers safety standards.
  • Risk assessment of dangers whilst at heights.
  • Provision and use of work equipment regulations (PUWER).
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE regulations).
  • Variations of conditions and settings (such as confined areas).
  • Use and dangers of harnesses and elevated work platforms.
  • Access equipment and ladder safety.
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