Working at Height
This course provides anyone involved in work at height, information regarding their obligations under the Work at Height Regulations 2005, as well as other relevant legislation.
Employers and duty holders have a duty to protect anyone who might be exposed to these risks by ensuring that any form of work at height is planned, supervised and carried out safely.
It is equally suitable to anyone involved in the supervision or management of anyone who carries out work at height, or who simply wants to know more about the Regulations, as well as those actually carrying out the work.
Course objectives/key benefits
Provide knowledge and understanding of the Work at Height Regulations 2005, and other legislation affecting working at height.
Who is the course aimed at?
Construction Engineers, Construction Supervisors, Solar Installers, Heating Engineers, Window Cleaners, Roofers, Builders and anyone else who works, manages or is in anyway involved in work at height.
There are no entry or pre-requisite requirements to undertaking this course.
- Work at Height Regulations 2005
- Legal obligations
- Other legislation affecting work at height
- Hierarchy of safety
- Mobile Access Towers and Scaffold
- Rescue Plans
- Harnesses and Lanyards
- Risk Assessments
Half a day
Although there is no formal assessment a question paper related to the Work at Height Regulations is given to each candidate to complete at the end of the course.
PLEASE NOTE: This course has been recognised by many Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) accredited bodies.
Please contact our office (01579 348544 or e-mail SWAAT at firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details.
SWAAT Certificate in Work at Height Regulations.
Candidates will be provided with a training pack
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