B.E.S.T Ltd

Work at Height Essentials

B.E.S.T Ltd
In Cheltenham

£70
+ VAT
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Important information

Typology Training
Location Cheltenham
Class hours 4h
  • Training
  • Cheltenham
  • 4h
Description

The course will have a participated theory session, covering the above topics including a 15 question multiple choice questionnaire. This will be followed by a demonstration of correct ladder techniques and delegate assessment on these types of equipment guided throughout. It will also enable the delegate to: Recognise work at height activities. Work within realms of competence for risk assessment and carrying out duties. Recognise equipment faults and basic hazards. Preparing and practicing a contingency / rescue plan. Practical tips, ideas and advice.
Suitable for: This course is aimed at any employee or employer including self-employed (Who are covered under this regulation specifically) who needs to work at or control work at height activities in the workplace.

Facilities (1)
Where and when
Starts Location
On request
Cheltenham
Aviation House, Gloucestershire Airport, GL51 6SP, Gloucestershire, England
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Starts On request
Location
Cheltenham
Aviation House, Gloucestershire Airport, GL51 6SP, Gloucestershire, England
See map

Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

Nil Prior to course - except no real fear of heights as practical session to 6' will need to be undertaken

Teachers and trainers (1)

Mike Palmer
Mike Palmer
Qualified teacher

Course programme

Do any of your staff work off any equipment above floor level, or next to any unprotected edges? If so they are now working at height according to the Work at Height Regulations 2005. Many of us as employees are expected as part of our jobs to carry out what we feel are low risk, low level work at height, maybe just to change a light-bulb, or hang a poster. Since 2005 it has become necessary for our employers to ensure we are competent to carry out theses tasks and that we understand the risks involved. Are we still allowed to use ladders and steps for maintenance, cleaning or general work? What are podiums, pop ups, hop ups, MEWPS? This course is about understanding the risks of working from any height, and how to select appropriate equipment in accordance with this recent legislation.

During this course, you will cover:

• Health & Safety Legislation, general laws affected and specific work at height regulations.

• Risk assessment of work at height, hierarchy for appropriate equipment

• Examples of low level work at height equipment

• Practical assessment of use of ladders and steps


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