A worker falling from height is one of the most common causes of fatality in the workplace. This level of fatality is why the HSE takes working at height very seriously and has recently brought out new legislation (2005) to ensure that employers and employees take more responsibility when working at height.
To make delegates aware of the dangers of working at height and the range of approaches to eliminate or minimise the risk.
Structure & Content: 1/2 day – 1 day
- Overview of legislation
- Accidents at height
- Hazards and risks
- Range of control measures
- Use of harnesses and safety lines
On completion of this course a Phoenix Safety certificate will be awarded to successful delegates
The effects of a fatality are devastating to everyone concerned; however, the financial implications to an organisation can be significant and in some cases have caused businesses to close. Don’t let this be your organisation.
This course can be run in a 1/2 day or full day formats depending upon the range of access equipment covered. We can also provide PASMA certificated Tower Scaffold training.