This course is designed to provide candidates with a thorough understanding of working at height including the Work at Height Regulations 2005, safety requirements and an introduction to the range of safe working methods available.
The second part of the course provides candidates with knowledge about the hazards and safe systems of work associated with the use of ladders and stepladders
The course is suitable for managers, designers, supervisors, employees and self-employed people who work or plan/manage/supervise work at height.
The second part of the course is particularly suitable for candidates who are experienced users of ladders and step ladders, but require formal training to comply with the requirements of the working at height regulations.
The course includes:
By the end of the course, candidates will understand how to plan or undertake work at height in accordance with the requirements of the work at height regulations.
A certificate of competence is provided for all candidates that attend the course.
We regularly run this course at Pyecombe Golf Club on the outskirts of Brighton (BN45 7FF). We can also run the above course at a location of your choice in the South East of England including Sussex, Surrey, London and Kent