Working at Height Training Courses
'Working at height' covers any work which is at a level where there is a risk of personal injury through falling, be it at, above, or even under ground level. There is no minimum or maximum measurement when 'working at height'.
This course is aimed at employees whose role, or part of their role, involves carrying out 'work at height'. It helps business to comply with the working at Height Regulations 2005 providing employees with the necessary information they require.
Suitable for any persons who use ladders and/or stepladders at work, this course will teach you how to assess and determine when it is appropriate to use ladders and stepladders, conduct pre use examinations and safely use the equipment in line with current regulations.
This Ladder & Stepladder Inspection training course is aimed at those responsible for the periodic inspection of Ladders, stepladders, hop-ups and combination ladders.
Upon completion of the course the delegate will be able to accurately inspect and subsequently record the findings following inspection in line with the relevant statutory provisions.
This PASMA tower scaffold course will develop your understanding of how to safely assemble, use, relocate, alter and dismantle an access tower without injury to yourself or others.
Platforms are designed to be easy to use and offer a safe way to work at height, but with basic training you will use the equipment more effectively and safely. This course instructs an operator to prepare and safely operate various types of MEWPs including scissor lifts, boom lifts (3a & 3b) or trailer mounted or truck mounted platforms (1a & 1b).
This Rooftop Safety Course will provide you with a detailed knowledge of rooftop safety issues and enable you to identify hazards and reduce risks of working on rooftops with unprotected edges by selecting the correct personal protective equipment and methods of work.
This course is aimed at personnel who are or will be responsible for using safety harnesses, lanyards and associated PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and FPE (Fall Protection Equipment) in the workplace. Delegates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of work at height safety and safety harnesses covering both theoretical knowledge and practical instruction.
A course that trains and assesses an instructor to understand the workings of the IPAF training programme and assess their knowledge on both the machines and their ability to convey information to candidates.
To erect a tower scaffold or work with low level access units you must be competent and receive training under an industry recognised scheme. PASMA is one such recognised scheme.
A mix of theory and practical training, this course is designed to enable operators to manoeuvre,
drive and position the MEWPs safely and proficiently. Courses can be undertaken on scissor lifts,
boom lifts, trailer mounted or truck mounted platforms.