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Practical Management of Work at Height Unit 7

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  • Duration

    1 Day

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    LBS1034

Practical Management of Work at Height Unit 7

Objective

This course is aimed to provide delegates with the knowledge and understanding of safety measures and fall prevention techniques when working at height and work based training scenarios

In addition the course is developed to ensure candidates get a detailed knowledge of the application of the hierarchy of risk, selection of Working at Height methods.

Target Group

This course is designed for supervisors or managerial personnel who actively work at Height and who use Harnesses and other associated equipment to carry out their duties, as it provides grounding in the essentials of health and safety and will provide the underpinning knowledge that is required to Manage safety of work at height

Prerequisites

N/A

Examination

On successful completion of this course delegates would have completed a theoretical test, and have participated in the practical content relating to various equipment used when working at height and various fall prevention techniques

On successful completion of this course, delegates will be issued a RelyOnNutec certificate. (Valid for 3 Years)

Course Contents

THEORY
Complying with W.A.H.R, HASWA, M.H.S.W.A, PUWER, LOLER
Hierarchy of WAH equipment selection
Equipment inspection, maintenance and documentation
Selecting the appropriate equipment
Safe use of Ladders
Safe Use of Scaffolding Platforms and MEWPS
Recognising the hazards when working at height
Fall Prevention
Fall Restraint - Fall Control/Arrest Systems
Fall Arrest Trauma
Rescue of casualty
Managing Safety
Risk assessment
Accident / Incident Reporting

PRACTICAL
Identification of equipment, to include types of visual damage
Correct donning of Harness, including pre-use checks
Ladder ascent and descent using temporary and permanent systems
Work restraint systems
Fall arrest systems
Use of Horizontal Safety life lines
Work at Height Risk Assessment
Rescue Plans