Working at Height
Find out the information you need to be able to work at height safely, and within the law.
Working at height could be something as simple as a cleaner using a stepladder to dust cobwebs from the corner of a wall, to a trickier activity of changing a light bulb on a high ceiling.
Accidents, when working at height, is the number one cause of work-related deaths in the UK.
In this course, you will learn the information you need to be able to work at height safely, and within the regulations that are defined within the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Working at Height Regulations 2005.
An online course with interactive eLearning.
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- Identify different types of access equipment and their uses
- Understand how to work at height safely as defined within the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Working at Height Regulations 2005
- What is working at height?
- Planning working at height, including risk assessments
- Selection and use of equipment
- Selecting the right protective equipment
- Rescue plans
This course is suitable for anyone who works at height including construction professionals.
There is no formal assessment, but you will be quizzed throughout the course to assess your level of understanding.
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