The overall objective of this course is simple: we aim to give delegates a thorough working knowledge of the Work at Height Regulations 2005, as well as familiarising them with any other relevant health and safety laws.
Quite simply, this course is designed for anyone who routinely deals with instances of working at height. This includes those who undertake the work directly, including:
…as well as those with a responsibility towards those who work at height, such as:
The Working at Height Training Course is one of our Half-Day courses, which means that it will last no longer than 4 hours.
This gives you the freedom to combine it with another of our in-house Half-Day courses if you wish, so you and your staff can get the maximum benefit of Browns Safety expertise in a single working day.
You can choose from the following In House courses:
The course is designed to be comprehensive and easy to understand, covering all the key areas which relate to working safely at height. Our experts will also instruct delegates on how to handle specific situations, jobs and locations, and detail any extra measures or equipment that might be necessary.
One of the most pivotal aspects of the course deals with how to create and maintain the safest working environment possible, using appropriate safety equipment and practices. These various practices and safest methods of working are introduced and expanded upon over the course’s duration, fully educating delegates on their duties and responsibilities according to the trade and specific type of work.
As stated above, first and foremost we aim to give every attendee a solid working knowledge of the Working at Height Regulations 2005, and any other relevant legislation. In order to help candidates achieve full competence in working at height, our expert instructors will ensure that they can demonstrate:
By the end of the course, candidates will have gained the ability to maintain a secure, safe working environment, anticipate and deal with any developing risks before they become real dangers, and know how to mitigate for common complications such as adverse weather. This ultimately makes it not only easier to approach the job in hand, but ensures that it can be completed with the minimum of physical risk to both the worker concerned, and anyone in the immediate area.
Amongst the secondary skills that candidates will develop are:
This is one of our Half-Day courses, and as such will take no longer than 4 hours.
This means that should you choose, you can combine it with another of our in-house Half-Day courses here at Browns Safety, so you can get the maximum benefit of our expertise in a single day.
You can choose from any of the following courses to pair it with:
We’re able to offer on-site training on your own business premises for a minimum of 6 delegates. We also have open courses running Heywood (Lancashire) and Brighouse (Yorkshire) for individual delegates. If these areas are suitable, please contact us on 01282 615517.
Whatever your preferences or the number of candidates involved, we can guarantee that your operatives will receive the highest level of training.